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Andrea Evgeniou, LAC

is an Licensed Associate Counselor who received her Rehabilitation Counseling degree from Rutgers State University. Andrea has worked in the field of mental health for over 14 years. She has previously held roles at Community Care Behavioral Partial Care as a young adult group facilitator and case manager, at Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services as an Education and Vocational counselor and at Hackensack Meridian Hospital as a Rehabilitation Counselor. She has experience working with young college and working aged adults during Life Transitions, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, Autism, Learning Disabilities, Personality Disorders and ADHD.

At Resolution Point, Andrea prefers to work with individuals ages 16 and older who experience Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Bipolar Disorder, People pleasing tendencies, Implications of being a highly sensitive person, ADHD and Autism. She can also assist with Life Transitions and Goal Attainment. She is both gender and neurodiverse affirming. Her approach is client centered, making sure to tailor services to the needs of the individual. Her style is influenced by DBT, EMDR, Mindfulness, ACT, Trauma Informed Care , Polyvagal theory and Compassion Focused Therapy.

Andrea is a kind, creative, knowledgeable and a lighthearted person who treats everyone with unconditional positive regard. She finds it important to allow the therapy space to be judgment free and a place where someone can be their authentic self. She works to clarify values and goals to assist in making a path for success in therapy. She employs various methods, paying close attention to what works for each individual and finds that it is important to not only talk about experiences but to learn, implement and reinforce coping strategies that clients can use throughout their lives. 

                                              This therapist only provides virtual counseling at this time. 

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