Angeliki Kallitsoglou
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Angeliki joined the School of Education, University of Roehampton in 2014. She was previously a research fellow at the Dartington Social Research Unit (DSRU) leading two randomised controlled trials to evaluate the effectiveness of two interventions (a child mentoring and parent training intervention) to prevent youth offending as part of the Realising Ambition programme, a 25m Big Lottery Fund investment. For details see

 Before joining DSRU, Angeliki was a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London on the Helping Children Achieve study, a large randomised controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of two parenting intervention programmes (Incredible Years, Supporting Parents on Kids' Education) to reduce conduct problems and improve reading in young children. This work was part of the National Academy for Parenting Research programme, a 30m DfSCF investment. Details of the trial and related work can be found here:

 Angeliki carried out her doctoral thesis research project at Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education, UCL. It looked at the psychological difficulties and parenting characteristics (parental involvement) of children with conduct problems and poor reading skills and it was funded by the Greek State Scholarship's Foundation (IKY).


PhD in Psychology and Special Education, Thomas Coram Research Unit, Institute of Education, London, UK

BA (Ptychion) in Educational and Social Policy (Major in Special Educational Needs), University of Macedonia, Greece

Research interests

Angeliki welcomes collaborations and PhD students in the following research areas: social and emotional learning, social, emotional and mental health difficulties, parenting and its role in child social and emotional development and mental health, parent-child attachment and child behaviour difficulties, conduct problems and academic achievement, intervention programme evaluation and implementation, evaluation of the impact of the nurture approach/nurture groups on children's social and emotional wellbeing


Mrs Evren Morgul 

Ms Maria-Sofia Papadrosou

Professional affiliations

Professional memberships

Chartered Member of the British Psychological Society

Member of the Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Trustee at

 Professional and public engagement activities

  • Steering committee - Wandle Early Years Hub Core Partnership - SEMH project ‘Supporting good mental health and wellbeing for Londoners – Early Years’
  • Member of the board of trustees and chair of research at 
  • Invited talk on 'Challenging behaviour, education and parenting in young children', Department of Teacher Education, University of Turku, Finland as part of the ERASMUS + Staff Mobility Programme 2019
  • Public talk on children's early childhood social learning and behaviour open to parents with young children in the town of Kozani, Greece. Delivered as part of the Santander/CIRSIE funded 'Bright Futures' programme on parenting and parent-child attachment. Organised by the ‘Stroumfakia’ Day Nursey and hosted by the Folklore Museum of Kozani 2018
  • Invited to acts as reviewer of the SPECTRUM Database, Education Endowment Fund 2017
  • Invited to write think-piece on the importance of parenting style in support of the Action for Children, Fair by Five campaign 2017
  • Keynote speaker at the 10th International Conference on Child and Adolescent Psychopathology organised by the Department of Psychology, University of Roehampton, London, UK 2015
  • Reviewer of the Cochrane Developmental, Psychosocial and Learning Problems Group
  • Journal Reviewer: Health Education; European Journal of Psychology of Education


Social and emotional dimensions of learning and teaching -  EDU020N829S/A

Atypical learners: Diversity and inclusion -  EDU020N830A/s



Manchester Child Attachment Story Task (MCAST)

Incredible Years®

Berkeley Puppet Interview (BPI)

Cochrane Collaboration

Helping Children Achieve trial


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