Eleni brings to the Orthodox Christian Network diverse experience as an accomplished director in both nonprofit and for-profit sectors. She holds a BS from Florida State University, a Master’s of Clinical Social Work from Simmons College School, a LCSW-C (License in Clinical Social Work) with years of experience working within the Orthodox community. She is a leader in non-profits and administration with 20 years of supervisory experience, staff development & management, coordinating of volunteers, community outreach, and fundraising. Eleni joined OCN to inspire and spread media ministry in the Orthodoxy.
Listen Now. Join us today as we discuss grief, sadness, and processing the loss of someone close to your heart. Focusing on Christ, and keeping your eyes on HIM, will help you find clarity and acceptance for what you are feeling and experiencing as you grieve and will also help you to move forward.
Welcome to the Podcast Series of Family Insights powered by Orthodox Christian Network and Family Life Ministry. Together these ministries have collaborated to bring insight into family life. Paula and Eleni will be back every other week in between your busy tune schedules. OCN is with you in your day to day faith walk engaging Orthodox Christians in the in between times for families and parishes. Listen Now.
About Our Podcasters
Paula Marchman, MA, LPC, is the Managing Director of Family Life Ministry of the Metropolis of Atlanta. She practices Christian Psychotherapy in a private Counseling Office in Atlanta, Georgia. She received her Baccalaureate degree in Biology/Chemistry from Georgia State University and her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling. She is a member of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral.
Eleni Alexiou, MSW is Managing Director of Orthodox Christian Network. She is a Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of experience in nonprofit and psychotherapy. She received her Baccalaureate degree in Social Work from Florida State University and her Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Simmons College.
Paula and Eleni will be back every other week in between your busy tune schedules. You can find us on myocn.net/orthodox-christian-radio-programs/ and Family Life Ministry of the Metropolis of Atlanta.
This Podcast Series Program is brought to your by The Callas Foundation and Orthodox Christian Network listeners like you.
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