Christopoulou Maria studied Communication and Mass Media at the National Kapodistrian University of Athens. She then continued her studies at the University of Hertfordshire, where she earned her BSc in Psychology and her MSc in Organizational Psychology, and will soon be obtaining another MSc in “Positive Psychology: Applications in Consulting” from Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences. For the last seven years she has been teaching Statistics and Research Methods courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, has taught Introduction to Social Psychology as well as Academic Writing, and supervises students’ BSc and MSc projects. She is active in the field of research, participating in conferences since 2010, while since 2015 she has volunteered as a research assistant at EPIPSI (University Mental Health Research Institute) participating in research activities related to students’ problematic internet use.Her research interests concern the areas of Organizational, Social and Positive Psychology, particularly the fields of resilience and savoring at work and education, work engagement, communication and soft skills, as well as family factors related to problematic internet use in youth. She has a genuine interest in Career Counseling and has received training in the Career Orientation tool “Pyksida” from SHL Hellas. She is an adjunct faculty member and teaches in the General Education and Psychology program.