Evelyn Schuele, MA, NCC, LPC
Evelyn Schuele (she/her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) through the state of Michigan. She holds a Masters of Arts (MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and is a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). Evelyn enjoys the variety in her profession both clinically and interpersonally, and therefore loves the diversity and uniqueness each client brings to the therapy space.
Evelyn has experience in several mental health settings, including corrections, substance abuse, college campus, and outpatient group practice. From each, she has developed specific interest in working alongside adolescents, young adults, and new parents to tackle issues ranging from life transitions, depression and anxiety, trauma and abuse, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Eating Disorders.
Evelyn feels strongly that an effective psychotherapist customizes their therapeutic methods to match the client’s needs, strengths, and personality. From this trauma-informed, strengths-based, person-centered perspective, she often utilizes cognitive behavioral, dialectical behavioral, inner child, existential, and solution focused approaches and techniques.
Evelyn knows that formation of a therapeutic alliance that is built on trust, empathy, and mutual respect is imperative to effective therapy and can, at times, in and of itself be healing. It is her objective to walk with, challenge, and empower her clients to experience healing in a safe, accepting environment. Ultimately, it is her goal that those she encounters, either in her clinical practice or daily life, would know that they are inherently valuable, that suffering can be made meaningful, and that healing is possible.
When not at work, Evelyn enjoys her role as a partner and mother. She appreciates quality time with friends and family, spending time outdoors (when it's warm), watching college football (she and her husband enjoy a friendly football rivalry between Ohio State and Notre Dame), gardening, and reading a good book.