Evgenia T. Georganda holds a Master’s degree in Counselling from Tufts University and a Doctorate in Psychology from Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology. Her primary orientation is Humanistic-Existential and is a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) and of Division 32 of Humanistic Psychology. She is a certified psychotherapist and member of the European Association of Psychotherapists (EAP), a member of the Greek Association of Psychologists (ΣΕΨ) and of Greek Psychotherapists (ΕΕΨΕ). Since 1986 she has a private practice in Athens working with individuals, groups and couples. She has worked extensively with individuals with chronic and life threatening illnesses and is interested on the impact of death awareness on psychological change and growth. She also teaches psychology and lectures at seminars and congresses. She is the author of three books and two albums and has written articles for journals and book chapters. Always interested in the development of the existential approach in Greece she initiated, in 2002, a series of workshops in Athens for Existential Psychotherapy. These led, in 2004, to the formation of the core group of “gignesthai”, the Hellenic Association for Existential Psychology. The training program in Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling at gignesthai, where she is a trainer and supervisor, was launched in 2009 and in 2014 it was certified as a European Accredited Psychotherapy Training Institute (EAPTI) for existential psychotherapy by the European Association of Psychotherapists (EAP). In 2013 she was elected secretary of the National Organization of Psychotherapists of Greece (NOPG).