Eve is a registered member of the American Counseling Association (#6595649); she is passionately committed to her work in art therapy and counseling. Eve speaks fluent English and Thai. Her practice has extended to economic and ethnic diverse children, adolescents, and adults. Alongside her private practice, Eve also provides support as an independent international therapist consultant for Lanna Rehab and Counseling Thailand.
Eve was born in Thailand and moved to the United States during her early teens. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at Columbia College Chicago with an emphasis in painting and ceramics. She began her studies in art therapy and counseling at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and completed a master’s degree in Art Therapy and Counseling at Southwestern College in Santa Fe,
New Mexico. Her academic training focused on transpersonal psychology, somatic psychology, integrative psychotherapy, and multicultural approach. Also trained in domestic violence, grief-loss, CBT, theory, and practice of schema therapy; Eve is committed to the facilitation of art as a tool to communicate, rehabilitate, and heal clients.
As an artist, Eve believes that art can empower and offer one's a deeper understanding of self-actualization. In her free time, Eve enjoys making art, practicing yoga, and playing her singing bowls.