Alison Eversman, MSW, LSW


Alison Eversman, MSW, LSW

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Alison Eversman is a social worker with over 5 years of experience in various community settings. Over this time she has worked with children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Her current specializations are anxiety, depression, life transitions, and ADHD, as well as working on self-esteem and self-image.

Using a person-centered approach along with trauma-informed methods, Alison helps people understand themselves, their emotions, and their own goals. Alison assists them in navigating issues such as family conflicts, work/life balance, life transitions, relationships, and challenges faced by women. Using concepts from various methodologies such as CBT, Motivational Interviewing, and EFT, Alison also helps with setting boundaries, communication, and self-confidence.

Alison believes in a person’s power to change their lives and strives to help them through the systemic and societal barriers in their way.. She enjoys meeting people where they are at and helping them set their own goals. Alison enjoys fostering a warm, welcoming, and inclusive setting for treatment, while striving for a collaborative and open therapeutic relationship.

She received her MSW from the Ohio State University in 2017 with a focus on children and families. Her experience ranges from adults with ADHD, hospital social work, children services, and healthcare case management. Her clinical interests include trauma and its impact on both the mind and body, and how concepts such mindfulness, play, creation, laughter, and meditation promote healing.

Alison currently offers services full-time from our Clintonville location and through teletherapy.


Alison Eversman, LSW is under the clinical supervision of Erica Kittleson, MSW, LISW I.1700600-SUPV