School Psychologist

The school psychologist Dr. Nektaria Glinou works with the administration, with teachers and class advisors and the student community, planning ways of dealing with the problems of students or specific groups of students. In addition, she prepares educational seminars aimed at the prevention of the problems of adolescence. Dr. Glinou carries out individual sessions with parents and students. She is responsible for the evaluation of any learning or psychological difficulty that arises and provides short-term therapeutic intervention. The office of the school psychologist is a source of support for students, parents and teachers in a positive atmosphere of cooperation that reflects our school’s child-centered pedagogical approach.

Lyceum students and their parents can meet privately with Dr. Glinou at any time, by appointment. Pierce makes every effort to support its students and their families in a substantial way throughout the school year.

Adjustment, stress management and study techniques

Pierce’s school psychologist, Dr. Nektaria Glinou, will have discussions with A Lyceum students, from September 17 to 25, 2020 on the subject “Adjusting to the Lyceum environment and on the approach necessary for the increased academic demands of Lyceum”.

From September 28 to October 2, 2020 Dr. Glinou will have discussions with C Lyceum students entitled “Study Strategies and Stress Management for the Panhellenic Exams.”

Dr. Glinou focuses on the reinforcing students’ reading comprehension, writing skills and memory. They also talk about basic skills such as organizing material and time management as prerequisites for a more effective learning process. Finally, students are informed about the importance of sleep, diet and exercise for more efficient mental work.

Nektaria Glinou, Ph.D.
School Psychologist
Pierce – The American College of Greece
Tel. : 210 600 9800, ext. 1031