Sandy Kyriakopoulos, PsyD

Vice President of Child Welfare


Dr. Kyriakopoulos oversees a range of Village programs spanning from prevention and early intervention, to treatment services. She has expertise in early childhood, maternal health, and trauma. Sandy’s focus in recent years has been in programming for children and families involved with foster care.

Dr. Kyriakopoulos has 18 years of experience in management of community mental health programs. She is also a well-known and respected member of various advisory boards, committees, and councils outside of The Village in the Greater Hartford area.

“I hope that my contributions make a difference in the lives of children and families touched by The Village,” says Dr. Kyriakopoulos. “Sometimes that difference is large, but most of the times it’s small and unexpected. I always strive to be innovative and creative and help us “do better” for families. Staff training and mentoring is another huge goal of mine. I hope to build supervisors and leaders in child development and the mental health/human service field at The Village and beyond.”

What quote best captures your personal philosophy?
“Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement. Nothing can be done without hope and confidence.” – Helen Keller

What is something unexpected that most people don’t know about you?
English is not my first language.

What do you most want clients of The Village to know about you?
We believe in them, even if sometimes they struggle to believe in themselves. We are their partners in their journey at The Village. We will be there to both support and challenge them.