Counselors to Present for MA Community Education Series

February 07, 2024

As we celebrate National School Counselor Week, Moravian Academy’s team of counselors reflect on the ways in which we, as a school counseling team, strive to make a positive impact on the lives of our students at Moravian Academy. 

Our team of talented clinicians serves our diverse community of learners through social and emotional learning and character education lessons, individual support, collaborative partnerships, and campus-wide initiatives.  Our goal is to equip students with the tools they need to navigate the complexities of life with confidence and poise.

Hear more from our exceptional team of school counselors on February 7, 2024, at 7:00 PM during their MA Community Education Series presentation: Mental Health and Wellness. 

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Meet the Counseling Team


Jacquelyn Economopoulos, M.Ed., LPC

Economopoulos_Jacquelyn 59My name is Jackie Economopoulos, and I joined the Moravian Academy community as a School Counselor in March 2022. I currently serve both the Historic Downtown and Swain Campuses. I earned my undergraduate degree in Psychology at Messiah University and completed my master's degree in Counseling through Lehigh University. I hold a license in Professional Counseling, and I have worked extensively with children and adolescents in community mental health, family-based, private practice, and school-based mental health settings.


David Hunt, Psy.D.

Hunt_David 28I am thrilled to join the school counseling team at Moravian Academy!  I have the pleasure of serving students at the Historic Downtown Campus. My undergraduate studies took place at Saint Louis University and Holy Cross (Notre Dame, IN). I completed my master's and doctorate in Clinical Psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. I've completed fellowships in clinical neuropsychology and psychoanalysis.  My professional journey includes diverse settings, from college counseling and in-patient hospitals to outpatient clinics and the Archdiocese of Chicago. Most recently, I contributed to a dynamic group private practice in Chicago, specializing in neuropsychology assessment and individual, group, family, and couples therapy.  Beyond this, I've overseen 6-8 social skills groups, conducted school district threat/risk assessments, and provided school advocacy services.


Lindsay Lee, LCSW

Counselors for Blog NSCW (1)-1I am Lindsay Lee, the school counselor at the Merle-Smith Campus of Moravian Academy. Originally from Philadelphia, I earned my degrees from Sarah Lawrence College, Trinity College (Dublin), and a graduate degree from Tulane University. I am also a Licensed Clinical Social Worker.  Before joining Moravian Academy, I served as the Project Manager for the Restorative Justice Partnership in Denver, focusing on racial justice in education. My roots as a school social worker in New Orleans led me to direct Military and Restorative Programs with Project Fleur-de-lis. My passion lies in creating a supportive environment for students, fostering personal growth, and community care. I emphasize collaboration, mutual respect, and shared responsibility, valuing the home/school partnership for its inclusive decision-making. As a dedicated professional, I enrich Moravian Academy with my expertise in mental health and restorative justice practices, contributing to positive change in education and overall student well-being.


Helene Perrucci-Kinsman, M.S.

Perrucci-Kinsman_Helene 102My name is Helene Perrucci-Kinsman, and I became part of the Moravian Academy community as a student in 7th grade and later joined the  Swain campus as a School Counselor in August 2022. I completed my undergraduate studies at Lehigh University and achieved my master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Chestnut Hill College. I possess three certifications from Mindful Schools and have experience working with children and teenagers in both private practice and school-based mental health settings. Prior to joining Swain, I was involved with the Shanthi Project where I facilitated mindfulness programs in community schools across the Lehigh Valley. Additionally, I developed social-emotional learning (SEL) curricula for preschool through 12th grade and provided professional development sessions and consultation services for educators and school administrators.


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