Andreana Kostopoulou is a clinical psychologist. She works in collaboration with HCDCP (Hellenic Center for Disease Control & Prevention) in the Philos Program (Emergency Health Response to Refugee Crisis) and exercises her duties at the General Hospital of Leros as well as at the Reception & Identification Center of Leros. At the same time, she is the co-facilitator of and responsible for the first educational program in Greece on sexual orientation and gender identity issues addressing mental health professionals. In 2015, she graduated from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology. A year later, she acquired her Master’s degree in the field of clinical and community psychology from the University of East London. She is an active and passionate advocate for human rights and a LGBTQI+ activist.
Updated July 2018
More from Andreana (Ada) Kostopoulou
Training future mental health professionals on LGBTQI+ psychology and SOGI issues
Andreana's project aimed to sensitize young academics on SOGI issues and bring forward the updated guidelines on de-pathologizing persons belonging to the broader LGBTQI+ community.
Announcing the 2018 Humanity in Action Fellows