Eike Daube, LCSW

Pronouns: She/her/hers

Phonetic pronunciation of name: "EYE-CUH"

Role at Evergreen: Clinician

As a therapist, my goal is to meet my client’s where they are at, actively collaborate on their goals, build a trusting relationship, and support their desire to be whoever they would like to be without judgment or bias. I like to combine my intuition with my clinical skills to support each client, tailoring treatment specifically to them, and defining what healing means to them. I love to help people become the person THEY want to be; not what their past experiences and current mental health struggles has determined they are. If you aren’t sure who you want to be yet, determining that is also a big part of my process with clients. In other words, we can figure this out together.

Clinical Style

Relatable, direct, empathetic, interactive, caring, and thoughtful.


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

As a psychotherapist, researcher, and former professional athlete, I specialize in supporting teens and adults who experience trauma, anxiety, depression, identity, and performance impairments. Life is unpredictable and often it can be filled with unanticipated pain, joy, love, loss, and more. I learned the trials and tribulations of life at a very young age. My experiences grew this inherent understanding that every single person lives with invisible stories. This understanding has shaped my ability to connect with people on a very human level. I may not have lived a person’s experiences, but I can relate to the beautiful chaos of being human. As a professional, I carry a deep fascination of the human experience and I pride myself on being a safe space for my client’s stories, hopes, and dreams.

The best part of my job

The best part of my job is the relationships I get to build with my clients. I truly enjoy holding space for individuals, their stories, triumphs, and tribulations. I love it when my clients take the therapy work outside of session and they start to bare witness to their own evolution. I value the ability to be a sounding board, a cheerleader, a safe space, and a resource. My favorite part of being an EMDR clinician is the relief I have seen it give clients, to watch them drop the weight of their past is profound. I also always tell my clients that EMDR done right is like getting the warm loving hug when you needed it most; it helps individuals show up for their pain and heal themselves in a unique and gentle way.

How I spend my free time

Outside of work, I spend much of my time enjoying nature, playing with my English bulldog Ben, 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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