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About Me

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Ewa Kluk, MA, LPC-A

Professional Counselor Associate Psychotherapist

Aetna, Anthem, BC/BS, Beacon, Cigna, Evernorth, HUSKY

Ewa holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the Central Connecticut State University (CCSU). She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate in the State of Connecticut.  


Clinically trained at CCSU, Ewa's training focused on working with substance use / addictions, anxiety, depression, or bipolar disorders, life changes, ADHD, trauma and PTSD, behavioral issues, self harm, grief & loss, and much more.

 

Ewa's approach developed during her academic and experiential work as well as many diverse post graduate trainings. This training includes a rich foundation in:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Solution Focused Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Skills Training (DBT)

Trauma Focused Therapies

Motivational Interviewing

She regularly attends clinical trainings to keep current on knowledge and skills relating to specific treatment approaches as well as furthering her expertise in the science of behavior, human development across the lifespan, and emotional and psychological wellness.   

Ewa has experience working with children, adolescents, and older adults. She has work experience with addiction services in IOP and relapse prevention groups and has a background in case management and crisis intervention. Ewa has worked in housing programs serving homeless individuals/families and Veterans throughout Connecticut. Ewa works to foster an environment for connection, awareness and recovery for all her clients. She uses her compassion, humor, rapport building and advocacy to validate each client along their journey. Ewa believes support, validation and a sense of connection is vital for everyone’s long-term success.

 

Ewa is highly experienced in working closely with other medical and mental health professionals, school professionals, and other community associations to help people gain relief from symptoms while developing greater insight and awareness, reducing problematic or disruptive behaviors, improving interpersonal, family, academic, career and community functioning, and overall well being. 

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