Dr. Dorothy Ebere Adimora is a Senior Lecturer/Senior Research Fellow, in Educational Psychology, Department of Educational Foundations, Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka where she teaches 17 courses at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels in Educational Psychology. Ebere was the Director of the University Advancement Centre, Vice Chancellor’s Office, University of Nigeria, Nsukka from 2018-2019. She was a member of University Senate Ceremonials Committee, 2016-2019. Has successfully supervised 16 postgraduate students, has authored 47 scholarly articles in national and international reputable journals and attended many national and international conferences. She is also a reviewer and member of editorial board in national and international reputable journals. She has experience in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, She is experienced in professional training of counsellors and psychologists. Her research interests particularly focus on students’ learning outcome, teachers’ job satisfaction, students with learning disability, gender issues, social related issues in academic milieu. She is the Founding/Executive Director of Moremi Psycho-Socio-Economic Foundation (MOPSEF), a non-governmental, non-profit organization duly registered with Corporate Affairs Commission (Reg. No. CAC/IT/NO 153808). MOPSEF is saddled with the responsibilities of human rights protection, access to education, economic, social and political empowerment, psychological intervention, and maximization of potentials for a better emotional state, mental health, psychological well-being, socio-economic growth and sustainable livelihood for the children, adolescents/youths, girls, women, those with disability and the underprivileged.

Ebere is a member of Teacher’s Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN), Nigeria Council of Educational Psychologists (NCEP) and Chartered Institute of Educational Practitioners (MCIEP).

Research Topic:

Remediation for Effects of Domestic Violence on Psychological Well-being among Women and Girls During COVID-19 Pandemic in Nigeria and Spain“.

Host University: University of Catania, Italy

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