Eva Szego is a licensed Professional Counselor and Family Therapist, Board Certified Art Therapist. Ms. Szego also works with families where domestic violence, sexual abuse and acculturation issues are primary. She is an approved supervisor of Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Marriage Family Therapists and Art Therapists. In addition, she is a national trainer and workshop presenter on using expressive techniques to address trauma and cultural issues for CSAP, CSAT and TCDA multicultural Affairs Advisory Council. Co-author with Goldie Rapport of “The Power of Secrets Group Therapy for Victims of Incest”, Journal of the Houston Group of Psychotherapy Society.
She also help many lawyers with clients who have immigration problems.
Her interests are wide-ranged and her practice is a general one involving short-term solution oriented therapy. Her goal is to help people come up with solutions and to focus on their strengths and resources instead of their weaknesses and limitations. Her clinical specialties include work with persons who have acculturation issues.
Through Expressive Art techniques and family strategic techniques, Ms. Szego assists families who are from other cultures and are stressed in adapting to American norms by helping them find ways to feel comfortable with their present environment and current situation.
Ms. Szego earned her Masters Degree in Expressive Therapies from the University of Louisville. She completed internships at the North Hospital, a teaching hospital, and at Project Find, a sexual abuse treatment center. She has been in the field for 20 years as a clinician, administrator and trainer. Ms. Szego does consulting and presenting to corporations and the public sector on Cultural Issues, Team Building, Creativity, Parenting, Depression and Sexual Abuse. She has done consulting work for RPM securities in New York, NY; Aliviane in El Paso, TX; NOVA Healthcare in Austin, TX; Houston Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse and was the Governor of the Regional Advisory Council for the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.
She has also been presenting her artwork in various galleries since 2004 and most recently, she participated in the Starbucks silent auction for HIV/Aids.