Eva Teirstein Young, MFA, MPS, ATR-BC, LCAT is a licensed Creative Arts Therapist with a private practice in New York City. She treats children, adolescents, and adults and specializes in the treatment of Dissociative Disorders and DID. Eva holds an Advanced Trauma Certificate from the Center for Advanced Studies in Trauma and Dissociation awarded by the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. She is a founding member of the Creative Arts Therapy SIG of the ISSTD as well as a member of the Child and Adolescent Committee. She is a graduate of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at The William Alanson White Institute where she is currently on faculty. Eva is an Assistant Professor in the Graduate Creative Arts Therapy Department at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY and on supervising faculty of the Trauma Studies Program at the Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy in NYC. She has presented clinical work at various institutes and conferences including the ISSTD annual conference, The William Alanson White Institute, Institute for Contemporary Psychotherapy, NY Center for Children, and Pratt Institute.
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