Dr. Eugenia Curet (Ph.D.) is a bilingual (English/Spanish) and bicultural clinical social worker licensed in New Jersey, New York, Texas, and Puerto Rico. She has vast experience providing individual, couples, and family psychotherapy to adults (males, females, LGBTQ).
She also provides wellness sessions focusing on mindful meditation and spirituality as well as psychotherapy services to medical students, medical residents, college and university personnel, and medical professionals experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, and suicidality. She is trained in EMDR therapy for trauma, bereavement and suicide prevention.
As a result of the COVID-19 mental health impact, she conducts training on wellness and on recognizing and management of depression and anxiety among adolescents for families and school personnel.
Dr. Curet was an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, School of Medicine (UTRGV, SOM), where she taught couples and family therapy to psychiatric residents and provided clinical supervision for their psychotherapy practicum.
She was also Assistant Dean in charge of providing counseling and wellness services to the UTRGV-SOM medical students.