Licensed Professional Counselor, M.A., Ed.M.
Sometimes we feel overwhelmed, stuck, wounded. Sometimes it feels like we are at odds with ourselves and everyone around us. Nothing feels right. Therapy can help. As a therapist, I am committed to creating a safe and compassionate space where my clients feel heard, seen, and understood. I collaborate with clients on navigating change, processing trauma and grief, exploring identity and relationships, improving coping skills for anxiety and depression, developing deeper insight, and creating meaning. I will meet you with kindness and support—not judgment. We are all resilient and have the capacity to heal and thrive.
ALL ABOUT EVE
I’m Eve Kagan, a Licensed Professional Counselor based in Boulder, Colorado. With my background as a theatre artist and educator, I see therapy as a collaboration. I am dedicated to helping my clients transform old stories of shame and embrace their true worth. I integrate art, mindfulness, and trauma-sensitive yoga to awaken the imagination and mind/body connection. My approach is trauma-informed, LGBTQ+ affirmative, and social justice oriented.
All are welcome in my practice!
Learn more about my therapeutic style in this podcast conversation.
Masters of Arts, Counseling Psychology, Northwestern University
Masters in Education, Arts in Education, Harvard University
Bachelor of Arts, Religious Studies, Wesleyan University
RYT 200 hours, National Yoga Alliance
In therapy you can process past pain, address present problems, and shift the patterns that are no longer serving you. I employ a range of evidence-supported counseling techniques to help you find clarity, balance, and relief.
A Good Fit
The key to effective therapy is finding a good fit between therapist and client. During a free initial phone consultation we will explore whether we are a good match to address the concerns bringing you to therapy. Choosing a therapist is deeply personal: it is essential that you feel safe and believe that I can help you. If it doesn't feel right I will be happy to refer you to another practitioner.
Therapy is your time. The path we take will be determined by your unique needs. I respect my clients as individuals and appreciate the impact of various aspects of identity on the problems they face. Our sessions together will explore new perspectives on old problems as we move closer to your goals.
EMDR & Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
I have specialized training in evidence-based trauma therapies, including EMDR and Trauma-Sensitive Yoga, to help you recover from trauma. I understand how trauma hijacks the body and mind, leaving us dysregulated, confused, and ashamed. Our work together will focus on establishing safety within so that you can cope with distress and feel empowered and present in your life.
SEXUAL TRAUMA SURVIVORS
Living with the pain of sexual trauma can be isolating and terrifying. You are not alone.
I have extensive experience working with sexual trauma survivors. Our work together will challenge and transform narratives of shame and self-blame, helping you move towards empowerment, agency, and freedom.
I meet with Boulder-based clients at my office in the Tree House building (737 29th Street, Suite 201).
I also offer online therapy which is a perfect option for individuals with privacy concerns, health or mobility issues, busy schedules, and during public health and safety emergencies. I use secure, privacy-protected platforms for all virtual sessions (HIPPA compliant).
I am currently accepting new clients who reside in the state of Colorado for therapy.
“Authenticity is the daily practice of
letting go of who we think we’re supposed to be
and embracing who we are.”