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Athina-Eleni Goudanas Mavroudhis appointmented Lecturer and Director of the Human Development Program at Hellenic College Holy Cross

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We would like to formally congratulate our daughter, Ms. Athina-Eleni Goudanas Mavroudhis for her new appointment of Lecturer and Director of the Human Development Program at our beloved Hellenic College Holy Cross: Greek Orthodox School of Theology. Athina-Eleni earned her BA from Boston University in Biology and Psychology, her MS from NU’s Bouve College of Health Sciences in Counseling Psychology, and is currently enrolled in Walden University’s PhD Program in Health Psychology. She was licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in the state of Massachusetts in July 2007.

Athina-Eleni G. Mavroudhis was appointed lecturer and Director of the Human Development Department at Hellenic College in July 2016 with a wide range of experience in the field of psychology, human development, and health services.
She has been teaching at Hellenic College since 2008 and integrating her clinical experience in courses such as Abnormal Psychology, Personality Dynamics, Adolescence, and General Psychology. She is committed to helping students stay engaged and actively learn within the classroom and shares her research interests and clinical expertise in all of the courses she offers.

She is a current doctoral research focuses on assessing the relationship between life stress, coping styles, health perceptions, and actual health outcomes. She is examining how Eastern Orthodox clergy use religious coping styles to deal with daily stressors and then assessing their actual health outcomes with respect to chronic diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, depression, and anxiety. Her research agenda will support the Church’s work, and her overall goal is to provide insights on future intervention needs to enhance service to Church and society.

She is committed to helping students engage their faith with their learning by integrating education, faith, and professional development in the classroom and internship experiences. She is dedicated to helping students transfigure their secular professions into sacred vocations, and to prepare them for service to neighbor.

When she is not teaching or directing the Human Development Program, she enjoys traveling, singing opera, playing the violin, painting, and spending quality time with family and friends.

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CONGRATULATIONS! We are so proud of your accomplishments thus far. We pray that our Lord will grant you many more years of service to your Orthodox Faith and our Church.

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