Maite Garaigordobil is a PhD in Psychology, Specialist in Clinical Psychology, and professor of Psychological Assessment and Diagnosis in the Faculty of Psychology, University of the Basque Country. His teaching and research activity revolves around issues related to psychological intervention in clinical and educational contexts, as well as the development of psychological assessment instruments for children, adolescents and adults. Of all her contributions to child and youth intervention, it is worth mentioning the creation of 5 intervention programs for children and adolescents whose purpose was to promote social-emotional development and to improve coexistence. These psychological intervention programs have been validated experimentally and they demonstrated their effectiveness in promoting social-emotional development and preventing violence during childhood and adolescence. In addition, she has recently published Cyberprogram 2.0. An intervention program to prevent and reduce bullying and cyberbullying during adolescence. All the intervention programs are published in the Editorial Pirámide (2003-2014). Additionally, Cyberprogram 2.0 includes an online video game "Cybereduca cooperativo 2.0" (2016) that aims to prevent bullying and cyberbullying from school and family. The software is free access, available at: http://www.cybereduca.com. She has built numerous assessment instruments, the most recent ones being: T2F. Test of the Drawing of the 2 Human Figures (TEA, 2009), LAEA List of Adjectives for the Evaluation of Self-concept (TEA, 2011), SPECI. Screening of Emotional and Behavioral Problems (TEA, 2012), and Cyberbullying. Screening of peer harassment to measure face-to-face (bullying) and technological harassment (Cyberbullying) (TEA, 2013). She has been PI in numerous research projects and doctoral dissertations. Since 2007, she has coordinated the Consolidated Research Group "Psychological Evaluation: Instrument design, evaluation of intervention programs and epidemiological applications" funded by the Department of Education of the Basque Government. Among her most recent projects, it is noteworthy the project "Cyberbullying: Prevalence in the Basque Country, connection with personal and family variables, and prevention and intervention program" funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (2013-2016). She is the author of 29 books, 60 chapters and 160 research papers published in prestigious national and international journals. She has been awarded with the First National Prize for Educational Research in 1994 and in 2003, granted by the Ministry of Education, and in 2012 with the Nicolás Seisdedos Prize for the best research work in Psychological Evaluation, delivered by PSICOFUNDACIÓN (General Council of Official Colleges of Psychologists).