Eva Doescher holds a Masters in Public Administration and a Masters in Social Work from the University of Nebraska-Omaha. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Master Social Worker in Nebraska. Eva has experience navigating complex situations alongside youth and young adults in medical and educational settings. Eva prioritizes solution-focused interventions along with mind-body modalities to teach and empower clients to reduce their symptoms of anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, PTSD, ADHD, child hood trauma, and systemic trauma (to include racial and community trauma). Eva is certified in trauma-informed practices, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with exposure and response prevention techniques, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to support teachings in mindfulness practices, acceptance strategies, and emotional regulation tools.
Eva has facilitated and led small groups on depression, anxiety, and identity acceptance and exploration (to include starting a LGBTQIA+ support group for teens in the past). Eva has a drive to support teens and young adults in accepting their ever-changing identities while charting a socially complex and systemic world. Eva specializes in connection with young adults and youth of color and validates the unique experience of each human being. Eva grew up in rural Nebraska and has expertise in supporting rural Nebraskans across the state via telehealth services. Because of her upbringing, Eva understands the beauty in slowing down in a tight-knit community while also acknowledging the diverse challenges. Eva is guided in her work by the mantra, “Be who you needed when you were younger,” which fuels her belief of helping others through strength-based and social learning theories.
Eva believes in creating a safe relationship and environment for clients so they can prioritize getting to know themselves and their vulnerability. Eva appreciates how resilient clients already are and gives personal energy to guide clients to grow in self-development.”
Eva is in-network with Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optum, Cigna, Midland's Choice, Nebraska Total Care Medicaid, and United Healthcare Medicaid. Out of pocket rate is $90 per session.