Sofia Triliva is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of Crete where she has been teaching courses in clinical and community psychology for the past 25 years.
Her dissertation research focused on identity formation and family relations. She was a visiting scholar at several centers abroad (e.g., New York University, British Colombia). She publishes in both in English and Greek journals, including: Journal of Drug Issues, Psychiatric Research, Information, communication and Society; Community Mental Health Journal, Comprehensive Psychiatry, International Journal of Social Psychiatry, The European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counseling; Annual Review of Critical Psychology; Journal of AppliedSocial Psychology; and more. She has also published books that were the product of community research and intervention focusing on mental health promotion in schools and communities. She is an associate editor for Behavioral Medicine.
Sofia Triliva also serves on the board and is the Coordinator of Programing for Parenting and Family life of the Lyceum for Greek Women, Rethymno Branch (20 years) the AGAPE program for people
with multiple disabilities (25 years) and as a consultant for the Child Protection Agency of Rethymno (1996-2000). She was on the steering committee for the founding of the Counselling Centre at the University of Crete and served as its head for two years.
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