Eva Castillo

Eva Castillo is a part of the Post Masters Volunteer Fellowship Program and a graduate of the Master’s Level Intern Program at The Refuge Center. She studied Clinical Mental Health and Marriage and Family Therapy at Richmont Graduate University. She is also a member of the American Counseling Association and holds a B.A. in Biblical and Theological Studies from Covenant College.

Eva is passionate about whole-person wellness as well as providing a safe and empowering space where she can join people on their journey towards wellness. She holds a deep hope for each person that sits across her in therapy. Eva wants each of her clients to know, “I believe you are infinitely valuable and am glad you chose to start therapy with me. You deserve to find genuine peace and am honored to join you in writing these next chapters of your story.”

Eva integrates cognitive-behavioral, attachment, and systems theory to a strengths-based framework in providing therapeutic care. She sees people for issues related to anxiety, boundaries, co-dependence, cross-cultural issues, depression, grief, identity issues, shame, loss, life transitions, relational conflict, trauma, stress, and many other challenges life may bring.