Eileen received her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Montclair State University and her Master’s Degree from New York University’s School of Social Work. Eileen has been working in this field since 2015 when she co-founded a non-profit for brain cancer research. From that venture Eileen began to work with Oncology patients to help them abstain from sugar, given the links between tumors and their preference for energy caused by insulin. After implementing this research into her practice, it became clear that the path to sugar abstinence is not always linear or simple, realizing her passion is working with people who struggle with their relationship with food. Eileen also has experience working with substance abuse clients pre and post in-patient treatment. Eileen is trained in DBT and CBT and utilizes both interventions in her practice, and continues to stay updated with new research. Eileen is also trained in helping people heal their issues with codependency and codependent behaviors, she is also trained in breathwork and the tapping technique, or the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
I get to work with amazing people, both co-workers and clients, every single day. I get to continuously learn and grow and witness beautiful stories. Everyday is collaborative and has a purpose and for that I feel so lucky.
Dancing Queen by ABBA
Chipotle! A salad bowl with chicken, brown rice, guacamole, and tons of veggies.
Paced breathing and yoga
Journaling and making gratitude lists!
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