Last edited 01/26/2023
Eve MaxsonLicensed Master Social Worker
General Office Hours
In Eastern Time
|Monday||from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|Tuesday||from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|Wednesday||from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|Thursday||from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
|Friday||from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM|
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Under Clinical Supervision
Eve Maxson, Licensed Master Social Worker, SW136156 is practicing under the supervision of Sheara Young (Pennsylvania, LCSW, CW017636) at Resilience Lab.
Please, note: A clinician listed as being “clinically supervised” is completing clinical hours toward their licensure. They have one or more fully licensed clinical supervisors that often have special training to become supervisors. They consult with their supervisor(s) on all of their cases, which means that, when working with them, you are getting the time and expertise of multiple therapists in your treatment.
What was your path to becoming a therapist? What inspired you to choose this profession?
I’m a huge cyclist. If biking has taught me one thing, it’s that you can accomplish almost anything if you set a goal and work towards it consistently. The same is true in therapy. Whether you’re navigating anxiety, trauma, or life transitions, you can move forward in your life by setting goals, taking steps every day to reach them, and celebrating success along the way. We all have the capacity for resilience while facing adversity. Everyone deserves a space to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences safely. It often feels difficult to take the step to seek support, but know you don't need to face this alone. I consider it a privilege to listen to your story, be a resource, and assist you in making sustainable life changes. I became a therapist so I could help people create healthier patterns, work through difficult emotions, and overcome adversity. My clients are so resilient. It’s rewarding for me to offer support and a warm, nonjudgmental space as they’re processing their experiences, unpacking their patterns, and learning to cope with life’s stressors and anxieties.
What is your style/approach to therapy?
All of us experience stress, anxiety, and unhelpful patterns. Sometimes, it’s difficult to notice their insidious effects on our wellbeing. When you think of stressors, your mind might go to your demanding job, family dynamics, recent break-up, or financial difficulties. Trust me, I've been there. However stress is manifesting in your day-to-day life, I'm here to help you learn effective coping strategies, discover what your triggers are, and create an action plan for finding calm in the chaos. Most people already have the inner strength to navigate life's challenges, but haven't unlocked it yet. Discovering your strengths is a core foundation for our work together. I’ll celebrate your successes and call out what’s going well to help you build self esteem, improve confidence, and develop healthy coping mechanisms. I also use methodologies proven to disrupt unhelpful patterns and make handling challenging life situations easier.
What are your biggest strengths as a therapist?
One of my strengths is connecting with clients and ensuring they feel seen and heard. Whatever you're going through, I'll validate and normalize your feelings while providing a framework for understanding your experience, managing triggers, and creating strategies to prevent or reduce long-term stress. I have a way of keeping things light—even as we’re exploring darker or heavier topics—and enjoy sprinkling some humor throughout a session. This approach helps clients see situations from different angles. It also makes it easier to discuss things that might be challenging or uncomfortable. I can stay present with my clients while they work through intense emotions or hard topics. As you’re processing your experiences, I’ll walk with you through your healing journey—and all the ups and down that come with it.
All Savers Insurance
Golden Rule Insurance
Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare
Young Adults (18-24)
Treatment Approaches / Modalities
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Masters, Boston College School of Social Work
Before attending graduate school at Boston College, I provided therapeutic support for students with behavioral and mental health challenges. Since then, I've worked in school (Bridger Boston Charter School), community (Good Shepherd Community Care), and group practice settings. For the past year, I've primarily been seeing clients via telehealth at a small group practice. I am now a proud member of the Resilience Lab mental health collective. Resilience Lab is the largest community of clinicians working collaboratively to improve mental health access by creating a space for people across the United States to cope with life’s stressors. When you need support, we want to make sure you can work with the industry’s best therapists at an affordable price.
Frequently Asked Questions About Eve Maxson, LMSW
It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Eve Maxson, LMSW, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.
Is Eve Maxson accepting new clients?
Yes, Eve Maxson is accepting new clients.
Does Eve Maxson accept insurance?
Yes, Eve Maxson accepts insurance, including Aetna, All Savers Insurance, Cigna, Golden Rule Insurance, Harvard Pilgrim Healthcare, Humana, Optum, Oxford Health Plans, UMR, UnitedHealthCare (UHC) and UnitedHealthcare Student Resources.
Does Eve Maxson offer in-person appointments?
No, but people in Pennsylvania can book Eve Maxson for virtual appointments (teletherapy).
Does Eve Maxson offer online therapy?
Yes, Eve Maxson offers online therapy to people in Pennsylvania.
How quickly can I see Eve Maxson?
Eve Maxson typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current availability and request an appointment on their profile page.
What languages does Eve Maxson speak?
Eve Maxson conducts therapy sessions in English.
Can I book an appointment with Eve Maxson online?
Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Eve Maxson online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.