Evan Kravette, LCSW (they/them)
Evan Kravette believes that therapy is about creating a safe environment for clients to build self-compassion, explore their experiences and goals, and connect with a sense of possibility and agency. They have extensive experience working with children, families, and adults. Their most recent clinical experience was at a community health center as an individual and group therapy provider for clients predominantly in the LGBTQIA+ community. They received a Bachelor’s Degree from Mills College in Oakland, CA, a Master’s Degree in Education from University of Massachusetts Boston, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Salem State University.
Evan is passionate about working with clients in the LGBTQIA+ community, as well as supporting those who are newly exploring their gender and/or sexual identities. They also enjoy working with clients who are neurodivergent, and clients with visible and invisible disabilities. Their other clinical focuses include intergenerational trauma, eating disorder recovery from a Health at Every Size (HAES) approach, and working with clients with dissociative disorders.
They practice from a relational model, where establishing trust is the foundation for engaging in therapeutic work with clients. They also incorporate an understanding of how chronic stress caused by structural oppression, such as racism, ableism, or transphobia, may impact a client’s mental health. Evan provides strengths-based care and works collaboratively with clients to determine which modalities of treatment, from mindfulness to CBT, feel most beneficial.
Evan sees clients from the Peabody office.