Eunice G Gardner, PhD
Dr. Gardner obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Idaho State University and completed her internship at the Central Texas V.A. in Waco, Texas. She completed a residency in geropsychology at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial V.A. in Bedford, Massachusetts. Dr. Gardner specializes in working with older adults and the unique challenges they face in late adulthood. She also has a strong generalist background and enjoys working with adults of all ages.
Dr. Gardner is trained in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), a values based cognitive-behavior therapy. By using the ACT perspective, she is able to help her clients clarify what they value most in their lives and use these values as a guide to a more meaningful and fulfilling life. She takes a flexible approach to treatment, building on each client's inherent strengths to help them obtain their therapeutic goals.
Dr. Gardner is an amateur photographer who enjoys many different types of crafts. She also loves to cook for her family and experiment with recipes.
Education & Training
Edith Nourse Rogers Mem Veterans Hosp, 2011