Dr. Eleni Maria Honderich has 14 years of clinical practice, primarily assisting clients with addictions and substance use issues. She has extensive experience in helping clients develop healthy coping skills to treat addiction, depression, anxiety and anger management issues. In addition, Dr. Honderich is trained in motivational interviewing — a theoretical approach that can increase an individual's motivation for change.
International Committee Board Member, American Counseling Association (ACA) (2017 - present)
IRCEP Ambassador, International Registry of Counselor Education Programs (IRCEP)
Council for Accreditation for Counseling and Related Programs (CACREP) (2014 - present)
Honderich, E. M., Grunhaus, C. M., & Martin, C. V. (In Press). Counselors’ experiences of workplace aggression and organizational values: A descriptive analysis. Counseling and Values.
Tuazon, V., Travis, S., Honderich, E. M., Williams, A., Menefee, S., & Gressard, C. (In Press). Drunkorexia: An exploratory investigation of college students seeking treatment services for alcohol-related infractions. Journal of College Counseling.
Lloyd-Hazlett, J., Rubio, J., & Honderich, E. (2017). Student counselors’ perceptions of ethical client referrals. Counseling and Values, 62(2), 180-197.
Honderich, E. M., Lloyd-Hazlett, J., & Gressard, C. (2017). An investigation of perceived ethical infractions among peers and supervisors in the counseling profession. Virginia Counseling Journal, 35, 13-27.
Williams, A., Honderich, E. M., & Gressard, C. (2017). The New Leaf experience: College student substance use treatment and addiction counselor training clinic. In P. S. Lassiter & T. J. Buser (Eds.), Annual review of addictions and offender counseling, volume III: Best practices, (pp. 204-221). Eugene, OR: Wipf and Stock Publishers.
Heyward, K. J, & Honderich, E. M. (2016, October). Establishment of a professional international counseling identify: Cross-cultural conversations. Counseling Today, 46-50.
Honderich, E. M., & Lloyd-Hazlett, J. (2016). Content analysis of counseling ethics and decision making. VISTAS, Art. 32, 1-12. Available from http://www.counseling.org/knowledge-center/vistas
Lloyd-Hazlett, J, Honderich, E. M., & Heyward, K. (2016). Fa-MI-ly: Experiential techniques to integrate motivational interviewing and family counseling. The Family Journal, 24(1), 31-37. doi: 10.1177/1066480715615666.