Adjunct Lecturer at New York University, Silver School of Social Work, currently teaching Clinical Practice with Couples.
Evelyne obtained her MSW in 2000 from Hunter College School of Social Work (now Silberman). She worked for fourteen years in the field of aging, first as a social worker, when she provided intensive case management and counseling to older adults; and later, as Director of Social Services at Greenwich House, where she coordinated programs, managed grants, and supervised and trained staff. She was also a Field Instructor to graduate social work student interns from New York University, Columbia and Hunter College from 2004 to 2015. She created and updated a comprehensive student training manual, and conducted regular in-service trainings on the multiple issues pertaining to older adults.
Evelyne completed a three-year program at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training in 2007, and has maintained a small private practice for the past eight years. She works with individuals, couples and older adults, in English and French.
From 1991 to 1998, Evelyne taught French to adults and children, and worked as a translator for academics and business organizations.
EDUCATION & TRAINING
Post-Graduate training program, Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy & Training, 2008
Masters in Social Work, Hunter College School of Social Work, 2001
Bachelor of Arts, Summa cum laude (GPA 4.0), Hunter College, 1991
Double Major: Honors Program & French Literature; Minor: English
Certificate in Field Instruction: SIFI, New York University, 2004
National Association of Social Workers (NASW), NY Chapter, Committee on Aging
Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy & Training (GCPT)
Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (AAGT)
New York Institute of Gestalt Therapy (NYIGT): Treasurer, 2016