Martine Evans, LMFT
“Whether you are new or experienced to therapy, the prospect of starting with a new therapist can be frightening or exciting – possibly both! Therapy itself can be difficult and freeing. Wherever you are, I believe you shouldn’t have to make it through the hard parts of life alone. You deserve support in your journey. Whether you are going through a rough patch, recovering from an upset, or looking for ways to improve your life experience, I look forward to working with you. Healing and growth are unique to each person. I believe everyone has exactly the strengths and tools they need to thrive. I know those resources can be difficult to access during times of trouble. I am here to serve as a guide and a companion in finding your way to a place of peace and comfort. Whether you’re navigating friendships, professional life, parenting, or romance, it can be helpful to have an objective, non-judgmental person to work with on making life better.”
Martine came to therapy as a second career and works well with age groups across the spectrum. She particularly enjoys working with tweens and teens on navigating the transition from childhood to adulthood as well as with parents on the ways they can help their child be successful in this transition. Martine’s specialty areas include ADHD, gifted children, LGBTQ+, anxiety, divorce, and parenting. She works in partnership with clients to discover and utilize those strengths, through a variety of approaches tailored to the client.
Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD)