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Ομιλίες-Ημερίδες-Workshop

 

▪  Kalyva, E. (1998). Lovaas Behavioural Treatment Method for Autistic Children. Lunchtime Seminar at the Institute of Education, University of London,  which addressed professors and postgraduate students who were interested in this relatively new method.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2001). A new model of studying smoking. Seminar presented to students and professors at the Institute of Education, UK.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2001). Alternative ways of treating autism. Seminar presented to students and professors at the Institute of Education, UK.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2001-2002). Autism and play. Educational seminar on the importance of incorporating play into the treatment of autism, attended by professionals working in the field of autism, at the Psychiatric Hospital of Thessaloniki, Greece. 

 

▪  Kalyva, E. (2002). Facilitating the relationship of children with autism and their parents through play. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents of children with autism and workers in autism westmidlands, UK.

 

▪  Kalyva, E. (2003). Play with dolls and communication in special needs. Invited workshop at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E. (2004). Presentation of techniques for treating children with autism. Invited workshop at the Institute of Psychiatry in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2007). Diagnosis and Treatment of Learning Disabiliites. Invited day workshop organised by the consultancy agency Employ in Thessaloniki, Greece (run twice in a month, due to big attendance).

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2007). Diagnosis and Treatment of Learning Disabiliites: Suggestions for family and school. Invited day workshop organised by the consultancy agency Employ in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2007). 1st Workshop on Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration on Cancer and Children (IRCCC): Care and Prevention. Workshop organised by South East European Research Centre in Thessaloniki.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2008). Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Diagnosis and treatment. Invited day workshop organised by the consultancy agency Employ in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E. (2008). Autism and Asperger syndrome: Training in social skills. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents, educators, students, and mental health professionals at City College in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E., & Horwath, J. (2008). Exploring Issues of Risk and Vulnerability to Children in South East Europe.Workshop organised by South East European Research Centre in Thessaloniki.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2008). Learning disabilities: dyslexia. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents, educators, students, and mental health professionals at City College in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2008). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents, educators, students, and mental health professionals at City College in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2009). Autism and Asperger syndrome. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents, educators, students, and mental health professionals at City College in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪  Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2009). Assessment tools in education. Organisation and delivery of seminar addressing parents, educators, students, and mental health professionals at City College in Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E., & Fereti, I. (2010). Promoting participation for vulnerable youth. Conference organised by South East European Research Centre in Athens.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2011). Counselling psychology in practice. Workshop organised at City College, Thessaloniki.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2012). What do Greek teachers know about learning disabilities, autism and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder?.Invited speaker at the Online Awares Conference.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2012). Learning disabilities and their treatment.Invited speaker at the workshop entitled «School stress and time management» organised by the Municipality of Thessaloniki.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2013). Eating disordered attitudes among adolescent girls with Asperger Syndrome. Invited speaker at the Second International Conference on Feeding Disorders, Middlands, UK.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2014). Promoting the participation of young people in the decision makingInvited speaker at AIESEC's Youth Today Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2014). Assessment of individuals with developmental disabilities.Invited speaker at MSc in Neuroscience at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2014). Developmental diagnostic tools in childhood.Invited speaker at 14th Annual National Child Neurology Conference, Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2014). Bullying in and out of the school premise. Invited Talk at the 85th Public Elementary School of Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2014). Engaging vulnerable young people in research. Invited seminar at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2015). How can our child succeed in life and in school? Invited speaker at XANTH, Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E. (2015). How to deal with behavioral problems?Invited speaker at Seminar Series “Psychology for All”, The University of Sheffield International Faculty, City College, Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2015). "We say no to violence". Workshop organisation and delivery at the 1st Thessaloniki Science Festival (Thessaloniki, 16 & 17/5/2015)

 

▪ Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2015). Working with learning disabilities. Seminar series at “Learning through play”, Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

▪ Kalyva, E., & Tsakiris, V. (2015). Parenting children with developmental disabilities. Seminar series at “Learning through play”, Thessaloniki, Greece