Seleni Scholarships for Metropolitan College students and graduates

A great training opportunity for Metropolitan College health and mental health students and graduates.

Metropolitan College collaborates with the Seleni Institute, a Center for Women’s Mental Health, and offers students and graduates the opportunity to get a Scholarship for Maternal Mental Health training course.

More particurarly, students and graduates who are interested in upgrading skills and expertise, can apply for 100 full scholarships, valued at $10,000, for the new launched training “Maternal Mental Health Intensive for Young Parents: Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders” (MMHI4Teens: PMADs). The scholarships are addressed to Metropolitan College Psychology, Midwifery and Nursing students, graduates and academic staff. 

Metropolitan College Seleni Scholars (Faculty of Psychology & Faculty of Health Studies): 

  • Panagiota Giannopoulou l MA Counselling and Psychotherapy student
  • Anastasia Chatzilia l Psychology Department Professor
  • Maria Tsoutsi l MA Counselling and Psychotherapy student
  • Margarita Karavella I Psychology Department Professor (Professional Doctorate in Psychology & MA Counselling & Psychotherapy)
  • Vasiliki Lapa I BSc (Hons) Midwifery student
  • Evangelia Stavropoulou l ΒSc (Hons) Psychology student
  • Antonia Nikolaidi I ΒSc (Hons) Psychology student
  • Fotini Mitropoulou l ΒSc (Hons) Nursing student

Seleni Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the emotional health of individuals and families during the family building years, through treating, training, supporting, and advocating services. Throughout 2020, the pandemic demonstrated the urgency for more support for mothers, parents, and families everywhere. Seleni aims to better equip mental health professionals serving underserved populations. 

The organization argues that there is a gap in knowledge and understanding that often results in maternal mental health challenges going un-diagnosed or being inappropriately treated. Recognizing this growing need to equip mental health professionals with the critical knowledge to support mothers and their families, these grants will support further education in this specialist branch of mental health.

For further information about the course, the application form and the registration process,
please contact at apapoutsi@mitropolitiko.edu.gr.
(the email address above can only be used by Metropolitan College students, graduates and staff)

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