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Nanine Ewing
Ph.D, F.A.G.P.A., C.G.P., B.C.-DMT, CGP

Nanine Ewing is a licensed psychologist and certified group therapist as well as a certified dance movement therapist.

Dr. Ewing's theoretical orientation is Jungian and Object Relations. She runs groups each week that are open-ended for mixed gender, one men's group and a process group for clinicians. Her specialty is group therapy and she does in-depth individual therapy. She is available for consultation for therapists who want consultation for practice building, developing or maintaining groups or individual consultation. She was the keynote speaker at the American Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama 2008 Conference. She has a background training in dance therapy. psychodrama, Adlerian counseling, and group dynamics.

Mixed group Tuesdays 12:30 - 2 pm
Men's group Tuesdays   5:30 - 6:30 pm
Process group for clinicians 1st & 3rd Mondays of the month,10:30-noon


Education:
Graduate School: The Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, California Ph.D. Clinical Psychology September 1992

St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minnesota May 1981

M.A. Counseling Psychology

College:
Randolph-Macon Women’s College Lynchburg, Virginia B.A. Modern Dance/Education May 1972

Certifications:
Certified Group Psychotherapist Board Certified Dance-Movement Therapist Registered Neurolinguistic Programmer Certified Adlerian Psychotherapist

License:
Licensed Psychologist

Professional Affiliations:
American Group Psychotherapy Assn. Fellow and Clinical member American Psychological Assn. (Clinical Member), Houston Group Psychotherapy Society (Clinical Member) American Dance Therapy Assn. (Clinical member)

Private Practice Group Therapy:
Relational Issues, Depression, Anxiety Disorders. Death and Dying; Incest Survivors; Substance Abuse; Body Image and Eating Disorders; Individual, Couples and Family Counseling,

Psychotherapy Training and Consulting
 

 
 
 
     




 
 

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Specializing in:


Group Therapy
Individual Therapy
Dream Analysis
Relational Issues

 
 
 
 
 

4203 Montrose Blvd.
Suite 230
Houston, TX 77006

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713-961-0170
713-623-2763 fax

 

 
 

 

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