Eve Brownstone, LCPC and Expressive Arts Therapist
Providing compassionate care to the creative soul since 1998.
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Eve Brownstone provides compassionate care to the creative soul. Eve helps her clients find their voices and a deeper connection with themselves and others.
Three keys to healing are found: compassion, connection and contribution
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Eve provides: therapy for individuals, couples, and families, cooperative training, and workshops on team-building, communication and problem-solving.
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Opening New Doors
Eve Brownstone, LCPC, Certified Psychodramatist, (she/her) has provided compassionate care for the creative soul since 1998. Eve supports and empowers her clients to look within to gain more self-awareness, self-love, and self-acceptance. Art therapy, dance/movement therapy, guided imagery, meditation, journaling, and role-play are some of the tools used for this journey. Eve believes the arts are great outlets to cope with stress in addition to being strong therapeutic tools that get below the surface to the heart of the matter. Not everyone’s first language is verbal and the arts can help us speak. Eve also utilizes modalities such as Internal Family Systems, Positive Psychology, and polyvagal theory in her treatment approach.
Eve provides individual, couples, and family therapy. She works with adolescents and adults. Eve is also a group specialist. She has offered support groups to cope with anger, self-esteem, codependency, and life transitions. Eve believes everyone who comes to therapy is looking for tools to heal, get unstuck and find their authentic voice. And she can help clients find the keys to healing: compassion, connection, and contribution.
Eve was trained by some of the top expressive arts therapists at Lesley University in Cambridge, MA, and at the Psychodrama Institute of Chicago. Her Master’s Thesis was about how being a twin impacted her relationship with herself and others.
Eve is also a working artist and published author. She enjoys the sunrise and an early morning swim in the lake.