Eva V. Regel
B.S. Moscow State University, Biophysics Department
M.S. University of Houston, Economics Department
M.S.W. Boston College School of Social Work
Eva Regel’s clinical experience includes working with individuals, couples, families, and groups in hospital settings such Rhode Island Hospital Cancer Center, Hasbro Children Hospital Pediatric Oncology in the role of pediatric and adult oncology social worker and Massachusetts General Hospital. This includes patients with serious and life-threatening illness, polysubstance use, trauma and psychiatric illness such as bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, borderline disorder, depression and anxiety. Her approach is mainly based in the psychodynamic, acceptance/commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical-behavioral therapy (DBT), solution focused and narrative therapy, and mindfulness traditions. She strives to provide a safe and comfortable space and to work collaboratively toward client’s therapeutic goals. She strongly believes that everyone has innate capacity to heal, build satisfying relationships, and overcome life challenges. Her primary therapeutic goal is to empower and support a client and to help a client uncover strengths/solutions/resolutions. Through a supportive, collaborative, and direct approach, she strives to provide a curative and supportive environment that will help her clients to evolve into a healthier version of self that is less burdened by past trauma, illness, unproductive thought and behavior patterns to become unconstrained in clients’ ability to live an emotionally healthier life. In addition, she is also bilingual in Russian.
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