Eleana Logothetis obtained a degree in Psychology from the University of Athens and then a master’s degree in Child Psychology from the University of London. She has attended a series of training seminars in Greece and abroad on the Application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Skinner’s Verbal Behavior theory and the Educational Pyramid Model in the training of people with ASD by certified Behavior Analysts. She began her career as a therapist in intensive early behavioral intervention programs. She then worked as a case manager and therapist supervisor in programs for children and adolescents with ASD and developmental disorders. She is a certified trainer of the Portage program and has worked systematically training parents in teaching skills to children with developmental disorders, Down syndrome and psychomotor retardation. Since 2004, she has been co-director of the special treatment center ENAVSMA. Her clinical interest focuses on designing home-based, center-based, community-based therapeutic programs based on the Pyramid Educational Model, professional supervision, and training parents of children with ASD in the Pyramid Model and PECS.
She is a certified PECS Supervisor, Pyramid Consultant and speaker at Pyramid Educational Consultants seminars since 2013. She has trained thousands of professionals and parents in the implementation of PECS, in Greece, Cyprus, Slovenia, Bulgaria and North Macedonia. She has been implementing PECS since 2003 and works together with Eftychia Arabisoglou on adapting PECS to the Greek-speaking population.