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  • E. Bartsch

    Eva is a PhD student in Clinical Psychology at Arizona State University. Eva is originally from Germany, and completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at Manhattan College in New York City. Eva provides individual and group services for adolescents and adults. Her clinical training includes the use of evidence-based practices to enhance coping skills, emotion regulation, and self-compassion.

    Eva has published peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented at national and international scientific conferences in her areas of expertise – sleep problems, physical activity, self-compassion, chronic pain, and psychopathology. Most recently, she provided services at Tackle Health, the ASU Clinical Psychology Center, and the Neuropsychology Clinic.

    During her spare time, she enjoys rock climbing, exploring the outdoors with friends, and rollerblading with her dog.