Anna Grigorian-Routon

Anna Grigorian-Routon, M.S.

Lecturer in Psychology

Office Phone: (951) 343-3947
Email: agrigorian-routon@calbaptist.edu
Department: Behavioral Sciences
Office Location: Tyler Plaza, Ste. 200
Office Hours: By Appointment


Degree Major Emphasis Institution Date
M.S. Counseling Psychology California Baptist University 2008
B.A. Psychology / Anthropology University of California at Riverside 2005

Classes Taught

General Psychology; 
History and Systems of Psychology; 
Lifespan Development; 
Cognitive Psychology;
Testing and Measurements; 
Abnormal Psychology
Foundational Skills for Behavioral Sciences; 
Professional Practice Seminar II; 
Marriage and Family Counseling Techniques; 
HIV and AIDS Counseling 
Addictions Counseling

Academic Areas / Scholarly Interests

Clinical Training and Supervision
School-Based Counseling

Teaching Experience at Institutions Other than CBU

Guest lectures at U.C. Riverside and Mount San Antonio College

Research, Presentations, and Publications

Knabb, J., & Grigorian-Routon, A. (2014). The role of experiential avoidance in the relationship between faith
maturity, religious coping, and psychological adjustment among Christian university students. Mental
Health, Religion & Culture, 17
(5), 458-469.


Knabb, J., Pelletier, J., & Grigorian-Routon, A. (2014).Towards a psychological understanding of servanthood: An
empirical investigation of the relationship between orthodox beliefs, experiential avoidance, and selfsacrificial
behaviors among Christians at a religiously-affiliated university. Journal of Psychology and
, 42 (3), 269-283.

Church Membership / Activities

St. Leon Cathedral (Western Diocese of the Armenian Apostolic Church)

Community Service / Involvement

Reading Coach in the San Bernardino County Library Adult Literacy Program;
Advisor for U.C. Riverside chapter of Sigma Kappa Sorority

Interests / Hobbies / Travel / Family

Opera and Musical Theater;
European history and travel;
Mentoring college women
Married to Ryan W. Routon

Personal Quote / Scripture / Philosophy of Education

If your gift is serving others, serve well. If you are a teacher, teach well. 
- Romans 12:7
A teacher who is attempting to teach without inspiring the pupil with a desire to learn, is hammering on cold iron.
- Horace Mann