EVE BROWNSTONE, MA, LCPC, CP
Director of Brownstone Therapeutics
Eve Brownstone, MA, LCPC, is an expressive arts therapist with twenty-four years experience working with individuals and groups of all ages. Eve has been an Oral Historian for nine years. Her work has been featured in The Boston Herald, The Chicago Tribune, and The WGN Morning Show twice. Eve has collaborated with DreamShop, Inc, Englewood Community Health Organization, Chicago Youth Centers, Elliott Donnelley Youth Center, Community Counseling Centers of Chicago, Saint Francis Hospital, Resurrection Health Care, Advocate Health Care, The Admiral, The Methodist Homes, White Crane Adult Wellness Center, University of Wisconsin, Northwestern University, Columbia College, The Festival of Life, ASPSAC, ASGPP, Twins' Day Festival, The Andersonville Chamber of Commerce, DevCorp North, Rogers Park Community Council, The Edgewater Historical Society, Rogers Park/West Ridge Historical Society, The American Swedish Museum, Unity Church of Chicago, Quetzal of C4. Eve served as Director and Producer for the video-documentaries "Wise Friends" and "Community Building/One Story at a Time".