After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Nicola is a Junior Partner and the Event and Service Manager at Willingness, running Ngħidu Kelma and 360° Events as well as Triaging. She is also a Project Worker at YMCA Homeless Shelter, working with diverse clients presenting various difficulties; and forms part of the Events Task Force of the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA). She is also the EFPSA Representative in EFPA Board of Educational Affairs at EFPA (European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations). She intends to sit for a Masters in Counselling Psychology in the near future and go on to further her studies in the field of sexuality and gender diversity.
Nicola’s undergraduate research, entitled ‘University Students’ Attitudes Towards Pornography: a Comparative Study’, looked into the literature regarding the effects of pornography use. Nicola is also involved in various projects related to sexuality and sex education including delivering talks on sexual health and dating in schools, and discussing the topic on local radio. Nicola has presented at various conferences, congresses and events in both Malta and overseas.