Evan Scall, LCSW

(she/her)

You’re at a point in your life where you’re ready to take steps forward. But you’re finding there’s so much holding you back:

  • Maybe it’s trauma from your childhood that keeps making its way back into your day-to-day, creating sadness, loneliness, and anxiety.
  • Maybe it’s confusion about who you are: The “you” who struggled through the past doesn’t quite fit with the version of “you” that wants to thrive. 
  • Maybe it’s the sleepless nights, where you lie awake, mind racing about something bad that might happen to you, to your family or your children. 

Regardless of what brings you here,  you are ready to live in the present, to enjoy life, to find rest, and experience peace.  Therapy can give you the tools to move through the obstacles in the way of that life you want to live.

Here’s how we can work together

In therapy, we can work together to discover or re-discover who you are so you can feel more confident as you move through your day. You can learn the tools to bring calm to your mind and body, so you can sleep better at night.  And we can work through the traumas of the past, breaking the cycle, so your children and the generations that come after you don’t have to go down the same path. 

As a therapist, I am a great listener, and deeply empathetic. I find joy in the moments where you find beauty, presence and peace as you rediscover yourself and the life you want to live.

What it means to me to work anti-oppressively

To work with an anti-oppression lens means I am constantly learning, unlearning and relearning.  I am committed to self-reflection, to being open to feedback, to acknowledging the different dynamics we bring into the room, including the power dynamics inherent our therapist-client relationship.  It means I’ll work to continually take into account the impact that power, inequality and oppression bring into our work together, and actively strive to work against them. 

The details:

I am a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) which means I can practice therapy in the state of Massachusetts. I received my Master's Degree from the University of Southern California and work under the supervision of Jocelyn St.Cyr, LICSW.

I am comfortable working with the following approaches:

  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
  • Couples Therapy

As a staff member at Healing Well Counseling, I am committed to training in trauma and ongoing learning in anti-oppressive approaches as I work with people with marginalized identities.

Let's Connect!

I would love to meet you. If you're interested in working together, you can schedule a session now, below.

What happens next?

After you've scheduled your intake session, someone from our office will connect with you to confirm your details and respond to any questions. If it's a good fit, they'll send you paperwork for you to complete before our first meeting.

Looking forward to connecting with you soon!

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