- Nicosia, Cyprus
- September 20, 2023
Stelios Stylianou has completed his Bachelor degree in Criminology at the University of Durham, followed by an MSc in Psychological Studies at the University of Glasgow. After completing his studies, Stelios worked as a Mental Health Recovery Worker in Glasgow supporting adults with severe mental illnesses. During this time, Stelios developed strong links with various organisations while gaining valuable experience on the development of policies and practices related to the provision of care services for people in need. Stelios is a great supporter of volunteering and working with vulnerable groups of people. He believes that education and lifelong learning are the most powerful weapons, in order to achieve an inclusive society for everyone. He has a particular interest for further research around different social issues and is passionate about empowering individuals from various backgrounds to explore their full potential and become active citizens.
Research Methods, Cognitive Psychology, Social Psychology, Individual Differences, Clinical Health Psychology, Physiological Psychology.
Researching Crime, Cybercrime: Crime in the Information Age, -Sociology of Forensic Science and Criminal
Investigation, Policing and Police, Crime, Power and Social Inequalities.
Dissertation: 'A neglected issue in a neglected world': An examination of university student attitudes toward
male sexual violence in the UK prison system
• Working for The Mungo Foundation, a charity provide professional care and support to vulnerable
• Working as part of a team who support adults experiencing enduring ill mental health, to enable them
to develop the skills necessary for independent living.
• Responsible for the development and maintenance of Service Users’ Care Plans.
• Use of the Outcome Recovery Star tool to enable people using our services to measure their own
recovery progress, to identify goals and supporting them to progress towards these goals.
• Assessing and Managing Risks using Risk Assessment Forms (i.e. Medication Risk Assessment, Financial
• Liaise with other agencies and professionals (GPs, Mental Health Nurses, Social Workers etc.) to
support service users’ needs.
• Trainings Received: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills (ASIST), The Management of Actual or Potential
Aggression (MAPA), Medication Support in Social Care, Basic Life Support, Fire Warden.