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Evgeniya (Jenya) Fazletdinova, M.A. is a pre-doctoral psychology intern at CAPS. Originally, from Siberia, Russia, she was blessed to experience living in 5 countries (USSR, Russia, Kazakhstan, the UK, and the USA). Jenya received her Bachelor of Arts and Masters of Arts (B.A. and M.A.) in Linguistics and World Literature with focus on Romance-Germanic languages, culture, philosophy, and literature from Tomsk State University, Russia. Jenya earned her MA in Psychotherapy from Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russia and MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Wheaton College, IL. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate (Psy.D.) in clinical psychology at Wheaton College, IL.

Jenya has predominantly received training at university counseling centers and mental health clinics. Jenya specializes in psychotherapy with experience and interest in multicultural and international counseling, identity formation, adjustment, spirituality and existential questions of life, grief, acculturation, and relationship concerns. She enjoys working with international and first-generation students in particular. Jenya integrates different approaches to psychotherapy including humanistic existential, psychodynamic, and emotion focused therapy.

Outside of CAPS, Jenya enjoys traveling, reading, dancing, biking, cooking, spending time with her friends, and appreciating the beauty of this world.

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