College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Dr. Eva Reed has been providing professional counseling for 12 years, and began her counseling career serving underrepresented children and families living with emotional, mental, and physical disabilities. She has counseled adolescents in a residential treatment facility who were displaced, abused, or had intensive emotional adjustment issues. Dr. Reed has served as a career counselor and academic advisor for the diverse student body and alumni of a large northeastern university, and assisted in redefining the Rehabilitation major for specific foci in education, Dr. Reed conducted qualitative research on masculinity and counseling with young men, and has been engaged in research on student development. She has served the counseling profession by presenting at conferences and publishing research on self-injury, grief, managing stress, and identity development. Dr. Reed operates a private counseling practice where she serves adolescents, adults, and couples. Dr. Reed has been teaching with Walden's Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program for 8 years and greatly enjoys empowering burgeoning counselors.