Fellow Traveler Counseling
MA, LCMHCA, NCC
Evelyn was introduced to therapy post trauma as an avenue to understanding herself in the world she was surrounded by. Through breakthroughs and growth from her own therapeutic journey, she felt called and empowered to help others find their joy and peace as well.
Obtaining her bachelor's in Psychology and Early Childhood Development at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, Evelyn went on to complete her master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
As a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor Associate (LCMHCA) her area of focus is working with both adolescents and adults who are having difficulties related to grief, trauma, life transitions, self-worth/self-esteem issues, identity development, and relational conflict. She offers a welcoming and safe environment to all by providing unconditional positive regard to foster growth and healing.
Evelyn is a bilingual, native Charlottean who comes from a large family where she grew fond of learning how internal family systems function. She understands the importance of how relationships and environment dramatically impacts individuals.
She believes every client is unique and deserves personalized care. Her therapeutic approach is warm, flexible, and client-centered. She operates from a holistic framework considering the interconnectedness of one's psychological, emotional, spiritual, and physical health, while incorporating Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), humanistic techniques such as Person-Centered Therapy, Attachment Therapy and Somatic Therapy modalities. Evelyn is passionate in walking alongside the client to discover their strengths and core beliefs to achieve an overall healthy well-being and quality of life. She provides a safe and trusting environment for deeper self-exploration through mindfulness and self-compassion.