Representative  Presentation
EC LIAISON Bruna Zani  
Austria Luise Hollerer  
Croatia  Zvjezdan Penezic  
Cyprus Evita Katsimicha  
Czech Republic Bohumíra Lazarová  

Bohumíra Lazarová is a psychologists and works as an associate professor at theDepartment of Educational Sciences,Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic. She is professionally inclined to the counseling in educational context and  teachers collegial support. In the past, her research efforts were focused on the teachers professional development, organizational learning and networking in schools, inclusive education, etc. Besides her teaching, research and publishing activities at Masaryk University, she works as an external trainer in teacher continuing development courses and she is a member of the board of Czech Association of School Psychology and Czech Association of Mentoring in Education.

Denmark Poul Skaarup Jensen  

Poul Skaarup Jensen. Denmark. corresponding member of the SC. 

Working as a leader of psychologists (among more) working in the educational system in the Municipality of Silkeborg, Denmark.

France Francine Corman   
Germany  Susanne Fitzner  

Susanne Fitzner works as a school psychologist in Germany since 1998. She was vice chair of the German association of school psychologists in the BdP in 2016-2018.  Her main topics are inclusion, crisis intervention, social-emotional learning and classroom-management. She likes to work with the ressources of parents, children and teachers. School has the duty to teach and to help pupils grow as persons. The children of today are the parents of tomorrow! Let´s work on it.

Greece Evdokia Lagakou

 Η εικόνα ίσως περιέχει: 1 άτομοI am Evdokia Lagakou representing the Association of Greek Psychologists in this Standing Committee. I am a School Psychologist with extra professional clinical training in Psychological Assessment and in Family Therapy. My work experience includes teaching adult students, vocational guidance and parent psycho-education.  For many years now, I have been working at the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Unit of the Community Mental Health Center of the Psychiatric Department of the Medical School at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. My work focuses on psychological assessment of children and adolescents, child supportive psychotherapy, parent counseling, clinical supervision of graduate students as well as teaching and research. At this point, I am specifically interested in the mental health of immigrant children, the psychological assessment of adolescents, counseling parents with preschool children with speech delays and the supervision of psychologists in the schools.

Hungary  Éva Szabó    
Iceland Erla Margret Hermannsdóttir  
Ireland Jacqueline Horan  
Italy  Paola Perucchini

Paola Perucchini is psychologist, Full Professor at the Department of Educational Sciences, Roma Tre University, Rome (Italy). She teaches Developmental and Education Psychology at bachelor, master and professional levels, mainly for pre-service teachers. She is member of the Executive Committee of the Italian Psychology Association – Developmental and Educational Section. Her research - published in national and international journals and books - concerns: communicative and social cognition development; social adjustment in preschool and primary school children; science education; teachers’ belief on children development and education. 

Latvia Aliona Lagutina  
Lithuania Ala Petrulytė   

Ala Petrulyte - prof. dr., Vytautas Magnus University, Academy of Education

Scientific and professional interests: developmental and educational psychology, adolescent psychology, psychological health, creativity psychology

Member of the Board of Lithuanian Psychological Association and  Chairman  of Educational Psychology Committee. Educational Psychology Committee organizes annual conferences of psychologists working in the education system,   9-th conference "Psychological support for family: good practice", 12 April 2019, Vytautas Magnus University, Academy of Education.

Member of International School Psychology Association (ISPA),  European Adolescance Research Association (EARA), International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD) 

Luxembourg Antoinette Thill Rollinger  
Netherlands  Margreet Versteeg    Margreet Versteeg is representative in the Sc Psychology in Education for the Dutch Association of Psychologists, NIP. She has been a longtime school psychologist and teacher in secondary education. At this time she is working for a consortium "Education that Fits" and gives support to students of a post academic course "School psychologist". Margreet is member of a Crisis Intervention Network of School Psychologists, CINS, of NIP. 
Norway Sturla Helland  

Sturla Helland specialist in clinical community psychology. Working in a small municipality in western Norway, most of his work is in connection to the educational system.

Chair of the organisation “Forum for psykologer I kommunen”.

Norway  Bjornhild Stokvik  
Portugal  Sara Bahia  

Specialist in Educational Psychology and in Clinical and Health Psychology, with three Advanced Specialities: Vocational and Career Development Psychology, Special Educational Needs and Psychotherapy.

Retired professor of the Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon. Main research areas: creativity, inclusion and teaching. She has several edited teaching materials on the identity and professional development of psychologists as well as creativity and inclusion and over 300 publications, mostly in Portuguese.

She has collaborated with OPP (Order of Portuguese Psychologists) in various boards and as Supervisor of Professional Psychology trainees and instructor for the internship trainee courses of Professional Situation of Psychology in Portugal and Ethics and Deontology. 

Russia Anastasia Sidneva  
Russia Elena Soldatova   
Slovakia Eva Gajdosova  
Slovenia Mojca Jurisevic  

Mojca Juriševič, PhD, is Professor of Educational Psychology at the Faculty of Education of the University of Ljubljana. Her main research interests are moti­vation to learn, teachers’ professional development, and studies in giftedness and gifted education. She is founder and the Head of the faculty’s Centre for Research and Promotion of Giftedness. She serves as the Chair of the Psychologists in Education division of the Slovenian Psychologists’ Association as well as a national delegate on SC Psychology in Education at EFPA. She is a national delegate of the World Council for Gifted and Talented Children and a member of the Council of the European Talent Support Network.

Spain  Jose Antonio León Cascón  
Sweden Elinor Schad  
United Kingdom

Christopher Arnold ©

Dr Christopher Arnold has worked as an educational psychologist in the UK for more than 30 years.  He written a number of books and articles as well as advising the EU on ways of reducing youth drop out or early school leaving. He has been Chair of the UK’s Division of Educational and Child Psychology, a branch of the British Psychological Society and is currently an editor of the periodical DEBATE.  He is married and spends his time in both the UK and Italy.

United Kingdom David Traxson  


ISPA Paul Bartolo  
© = convenor    
Italic = Corresponding
TOTAL 26  
TOTAL Active 18  
Total Corresponding 8