Dr. Jason Kotsopoulos is a registered psychologist who has worked with children, adolescents, and parents in both school and clinical settings. Dr. Kotsopoulos received his Ph.D. in School and Clinical Child Psychology at the University of Toronto. He is also a member of the School Psychology subcommittee of the Ontario Psychological Association. Dr. Kotsopoulos’s doctoral dissertation evaluated a peer-tutoring program, which taught metacognitive strategies to learning disabled students. The thesis was published as a monograph in 2009. When he is not busy reading the most recent publications on school psychology, Dr. Kotsopoulos finds time to indulge his passion of playing music.

Kotsopoulos, J. & Lean, D. (2009). Strategy-Based Peer Tutoring: Benefits for Adolescents with Learning Disabilities. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.

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Kolaitis G., Kotsopoulos J., Tsiantis J., Haritaki S., Rigizou F., Zacharaki L., Riga L.,  Augoustatou    A., Bimbou A., Kanari N., Liakopoulou M., Katerelos P. (2003). Posttraumatic stress reactions following the Athens earthquake of September 1999. European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 12, 273-260.