Ewa Kluk is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate who has experience working with children, adolescents, and older adults. Ewa received a bachelor’s degree in
Psychology from Central Connecticut State University. She obtained her master’s
degree from Central Connecticut State University in Clinical Counseling with a concentration in Addiction Studies. She has work experience with: addiction services-
IOP and Relapse Prevention Groups. Anxiety and Mood Disorders and Anger Management. In addition, Ewa has experience with grief, trauma and PTSD. Aside from her clinical experience, she has a background in case management and crisis intervention. Ewa has worked in housing programs serving homeless individuals/families and Veterans throughout Connecticut. Ewa uses a person centered approach that consists of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing (MI) and solution-focused therapy to help foster an environment for connection, awareness and recovery for all her clients.She uses her compassion, humor, rapport building and advocacy to validate each client along their journey. Ewa believes support, validation and a sense of connection is vital for everyone’s long-term success. Ewa only accepts Tele-health and works only with Adults.