Louiza Michail


Louiza Michail

Special Teaching Staff
  • Theological School of the Church of Cyprus
    1-7 Isocratous, 1016, Nicosia, Cyprus
  • Τel: 22443061
  • Fax: 22443050
  • Email: l.michael@theo.ac.cy


Louiza Michail is a member of the Special Teaching Staff of the Theological School of the Church of Cyprus, responsible for the coordination and the supervision of the Postgraduate Student’s Practicum.  She has also Administrative Duties in Secretarial Department of Postgraduate Studies at the postgraduate program Applications of Psychology and Counselling in the Community. Additionally, she involves in European Programs. She was a trainer in Convicts Upskilling Pathways (CUP) Erasmus KA2 program for detainees. Currently, she is involved in the The Golden Thread intervention program for detainees, as a member of the team of the Theological School of the Church of Cyprus.

She graduated from the National Kapodistrian University of Athens, earning her undergraduate degree in Psychology. Then she was specialized in School Counseling by studying at the University of Cyprus, where she obtained her first master degree. In 2021 she obtained her second master degree in Applications of Psychology and Counseling in the Community, at Theological School of the Church of Cyprus.

Louiza Michail has an extensive experience working with high risk groups, since she had been working for 7 years in the Ministry of Education, Sport and Youth of Cyprus, as a School Counselor, in a program funded by European Union, with dropout and delinquent students, aiming their educational, vocational and social reintegration, as well as their personal development. She was part of a 3-member team for the Treatment and Management of Crisis in Schools and Family, such as bullying, domestic violence, sexual abuse, substance use, suicidal attempts and others as well as being involved in relevant Prevention and Intervention programs. Since 2009, she is involved in adult education, and since 2013 she is teaching Psychology at the Open School for Adults, in life-long learning programs.

She is highly interested and motivated in working with high risk groups (dropout students/adolescents, detainees and others), towards the development and enhancement of their emotional, social and professional aspects of life. Similarly, she is interested in designing, developing and implementing prevention, life-skills educational programmes for high risk behavior in adolescence, as well as providing psychoeducational workshops and seminars for parenting.