Evan Lutz, AMFT Associate
Evan offers compassionate, strength-based therapy to youth and adults, and welcomes and celebrates clients of diverse cultural, racial and class backgrounds, gender identities and expressions. He works from a holistic perspective, drawing from narrative, existential/humanistic, somatic and other modalities in offering therapy that is responsive and supportive of client goals, healing and growth. Clients often come to therapy to work through life transitions and change, to address grief and loss, to resolve issues that are getting in the way of living fully, to develop greater self-understanding and to reclaim meaning in their lives.
Evan received his MA in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley. He worked with youth, adult and family clients at Alameda Family Services and elder adults at the Wright Institute Older Adult Clinic, and works part-time in community mental health with adults in intensive outpatient treatment at La Cheim in Oakland.
Evan has additional training and expertise in grief work, group facilitation, and conflict resolution practices. In his free time, Evan can be found outside on a hiking trail, at a local farmers’ market, or working through the Sunday NYT puzzles.
Associate Marriage and Family Therapist, Registration #: 129339
Supervised by Dr Laura Tabak, PSY25205