Eike Daube, LCSW

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Phonetic pronunciation of name: "EYE-CUH"

Role at Evergreen: Clinician

My background as a therapist is broad, encompassing work with individuals from diverse backgrounds and with varied support requirements. I provide telehealth services to clients in California. My goal is to embark on a transformative journey together utilizing the mind and body as part of your treatment. I will provide unwavering support for your highest self, free from judgment. I create a comfortable space where sharing can feel less overwhelming, encouraging a gradual process of opening up. With some humor and considerable compassion, I aim to connect to you on a human level. As a diversity advocate, I am an LGBTQ+ and Trans Ally, offering first-generation support, trauma treatment expertise, helping you break free from past constraints. Your comfort and connection are key to our therapeutic journey.

Clinical Style

Relatable, direct, empathetic, interactive, caring, and mind body oriented.


Licensed Clinical Social Worker #116223


University of Southern California | Bachelors of Arts in Sociology | 2015

University of Southern California | Masters of Social Work | 2019

Advanced Trainings

EMDR Basic Training | February 2021

EMDR Intermediate Training "Real-World Challenges" | July 2021

Flash Technique by Victoria Britt LCSW, LMFT | April 2022

Psychological First Aid with Dr. Marlene Wong | October 2023

Distancing Technique by Dr. Paula Krentzel & Jennifer Tattersal LCSW | October 2023

R-TEP & G-TEP Training with Marlene Kenney MA, LCSW & Celia Grand LCSW | November - December 2023

Why I do this work

I've faced my own share of challenges throughout a significant part of my life. This included enduring periods of clinical depression and PTSD. However, through intentional healing and personal growth, I've gained a deep understanding of the constant journey towards inner peace and the internal struggles that are often overlooked. Such personal insights deeply inform my ability to connect with others on a uniquely empathetic level. In my role(s) as a psychotherapist, researcher, and former professional athlete, I specialize in providing support to individuals grappling with unresolved trauma, anxiety, high-functioning depression, and significant life transitions. My motivation for this work doesn't stem from what individuals have endured; rather, it's inspired by the potential I see in them to become.

The best part of my job

The most rewarding aspect of my job is cultivating meaningful long standing connections with my clients. I find genuine joy in creating a supportive environment for individuals to share their stories, victories, and challenges. Witnessing clients carry the therapeutic work beyond our sessions and observing their personal evolution brings me immense satisfaction. I highly value the roles of being a listening ear, a motivational presence, a secure space, and a valuable resource.
As an EMDR clinician, the profound relief I've witnessed in clients as they shed the weight of their past is beyond words. I often describe EMDR as the catalyst toward a sense of openness and emotional freedom—-a powerful and unique healing for individuals who have lacked such an experience.

How I spend my free time

Outside of work, I spend much of my time enjoying nature, doing hot yoga, hiking, being physically active, listening to podcasts that challenge my own thinking about the world and life, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Favorite quote

“Life brings you to your knees. It brings you lower than you think you can go. But if you stand back up and move forward, if you just go a little farther, you will always find love.Isabel Diaz

Top personal growth resources

  • The Body Keeps the Score by Bessel Van der Kolk, MD
  • Waking The Tiger by Peter Levine
  • Atlas of the Heart by Brené Brown
  • Getting Past Your Past by Francine Shapiro
  • Every Memory Deserves Respect by Dr. Deborah Korn and Michael Baldwin
  • Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza


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