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Well regarded in religious circles for his work in academia, Nicholas Graff promotes a holistic approach to healing. A lecturer and author, Nicholas Graff comments on a diverse range of topics regarding medicine, psychology, and religion. His recent lectures include “Healing and Church in a Post Modern World,” presented at the Standing Conference of Canonical Bishops in Chicago, Illinois, and “A Dialogue Between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis,” presented at Saint John The Divine Greek Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Over the course of his career, Nicholas Graff most notably contributed to conferences held at the University of Oxford, Harvard Medical School, and Holy Cross School of Theology. Nicholas Graff holds a Bachelor of Art degree in Religion and Philosophy from Hellenic College, a Master of Divinity from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, and a Doctor of Ministry from Catholic University of America. Completing his doctoral studies, Nicholas Graff concentrated on clinical psychotherapy, pastoral psychotherapy, and institutional administration. Nicholas Graff also completed postdoctoral studies as Christ Church, University of Oxford University. Supplementing his academic qualifications, Nicholas Graff speaks Greek fluently and maintains working knowledge of French. In addition, Nicholas Graff is certified in pastoral psychotherapy, clinical pastoral education, and psychodrama from Spring Grove Hospital. Active in several academic disciplines, Nicholas Graff previously served as President for the Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology and Religion, and was a founding board member of Harvard Medical School’s Institute of Medicine, Psychology and Religion. From 1997 to 2007, Nicholas Graff served as Executive Director of the Saint Photios Greek Orthodox National Shrine in St. Augustine, Florida, while also operating as Dean of Saint John the Divine Greek Orthodox Church in Jacksonville, Florida. Currently, Nicholas Graff functions as an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at Baltimore City Community College in Baltimore, Maryland.