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MONORODI  is a Non-Profit Association aiming at the timely diagnosis, support, intervention, and psychoeducation of individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and their families, and at raising awareness and acceptance of these individuals by the wider community.  Αρ. Μητρ. Σωμ.: 31610/2017  Αρ. Διατ. Αναγν.: 28/2016

Areas of Expertise

  • High Functioning Autism Spectrum Conditions/Asperger's Syndrome

  • Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Social Anxiety and Social Skills Building

  • Emotional overwhelm​

  • Overthinking

  • Autism/ADHD Burn out

  • Parent training and support in their own environment

  • Supporting young persons to achieve their goals in university and employment.


Neurodevelopmental conditions are of central interest internationally. The subject is complex and multidimensional, studied by researchers from a variety of scientific fields. Numerous studies have been conducted on this topic, with each advancement raising new questions.





 “Navigating Neurodiversity: Understanding Your Unique Path”


The diagnostic assessment at Monorodi aims to provide diagnosis and psychoeducation, empowering and educating individuals to accept and understand their diagnosis. Additionally, techniques are offered to enhance the daily lives of both the individual and their significant others.


  • We offer a transdiagnostic approach to comprehensively evaluate each individual, utilizing physical observation, diagnostic tools, and interviews.

  • We offer psychoeducation on neurodevelopmental disorders alongside diagnostic evaluation.

  • Parents are trained to play an active role in the assessment process. During the assessment, the individual learns to observe themselves and participates in analyzing the assessment findings.

  • We provide training to increase awareness and understanding of one's own diagnostic assessment findings and how they relate to everyday life.

  • We offer support to relatives for the next steps after the diagnosis.

  • A written report of the assessment findings is provided.

  • The diagnosis is validated by a psychiatrist.


Ages: 2 years - 30 years

“I want to learn to relate with the people around me

and have fun”


Social communication empowerment groups aim to help neurodivergent individuals communicate more effectively, understand themselves and those around them better, successfully navigate difficulties in their daily interactions, embrace their diversity, and feel good about who they are.


Social communication empowerment groups aim to teach neurodivergent people to communicate more effectively, understand themselves and those around them better, successfully cope with difficulties in their daily interaction, coexist with them, and feel good with who they are.


Our teams are staffed by experienced therapists of various specialties and follow comprehensive, scientifically documented training protocols.


Our mission is to arm children and teenagers with:


• Development of psychological and social thinking (perspective of the others and 


• nurturing and maintaining relationships

• Picking up intentions and expectations of others  when interacting on-line 

• Understanding non-verbal communication and its role in interaction

• Development of self-esteem and positive self-image


Preschool and first grade (4-6 years old)

School age (7-11 years old)

Teenagers (12-17 years old)

Young Adults (18-24 years old)


“We are here to support, guide, and encourage you.”


Our mission is to:


  • Empowering the client to understand the function behind their behaviour and how the environment interacts with that behaviour. This included identifying antecedents (triggers), consequences occurring over time, and other environmental factors influencing behaviour. 

  • We guide individuals on how to gain better control of their behaviour, enabling them to achieve their goals by learning to manage their impulses and emotions and acquire the necessary flexibility in handling everyday challenges.

  • To help the individual gain a better awareness of who they are, their strengths and weaknesses, and how they can be led towards self-improvement.


1-hour individual sessions in person or online

Ages: 12-30 year-old


“Charting Paths to Success, Together!”


 Overall, working plays a significant role in shaping individuals' lives, providing them with opportunities for personal and professional growth, financial stability, social connections, and a sense of purpose and fulfillment.

Our goal is to assist the individual in becoming a valuable member of society by facilitating the acquisition of skills essential for researching and securing meaningful employment opportunities.


Our mission is:

1. Training in skills for acquiring a job (pre-vocational skills)

  • Exploration of professional pathways

  • Basic skills searching for a job

  • Basic skills required for work readiness 

  • Executive Functioning


2. Training skills in the job (vocational skills)

  • Acquiring skills for problem-solving and troubling shouting at the workplace

  • Teamwork and collaboration (incl. building social connections)

  • Establishing clear communication and expectations

  • Learn how to ‘bank’ energy to prevent burn-out in the workplace

  • Executive Functioning 


3. Training skills for maintaining or moving up in the job hierarchy (vocational skills)

  • Advanced skills for multi-level communication

  • Executive Functioning 


Ages: 15-25 years old

ΟΜΑΔΑ ΥΨΗΛΟΥ ΚΙΝΔΥΝΟΥ ΓΙΑ ΔΕΠΥ/ΑΥΤΙΣΜΟ: Υποστήριξη στην αλληλεπίδραση γονέα-νηπίου

“Helping Parents Help Their Children”


It's typical for parents to find it challenging to regulate their own behaviours and emotions when their infant or toddler doesn't exhibit the expected behaviours. Learning to step back, take a deep breath, and pause before reacting is essential. Simultaneously, it's important to engage with the infant during interactions, teaching them how to respond to social, emotional, and problem behaviours. Our goal is to offer support and help you as a parent learn effective strategies for stimulating your child's brain through behavioral interactions.


Our mission is:

  • To assist the parent in becoming mindful of their  own behaviour and their environment in order to increase their well-being and parenting style

  • To provide strategies to deal with infant/toddler challenging behaviour

  • To stimulate social-emotional communication development via parent-infant/toddler interactions. 


Sessions: 6 training sessions


Ages: 8 months-3 years old



Advocacy and Awareness

Community Impact

Provided services to 1400 families in Athens and in rural areas (Zakynthos) 

over 500 collaborations with schools

Over 1000 hours of supervision to autism treatment providers and private clinics

Collaborations with 4 tertiary education institutions

International Impact

Multiple presentations across Europe and Internationally 

 Trained more than 5500 professionals in Europe

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