Get to Know Aisha Evans, PsyD (She|Her)
Associate Director of Community Engagement and Operations | Licensed Psychologist
Dr. Aisha Evans (she/her) is a native Cincinnatian, and she earned a doctorate degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She also completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at Wright State University. She is a licensed psychologist at the UC CAPS Calhoun location. Dr. Evans has also served as the Associate Director of Community Engagement & Operations at CAPS since 2021. While Dr. Evans has relationships with several UC offices and departments, she is a co-liaison to the Gen-1 Program and UC Police Department-Community Engagement Team. She also works closely with the Student Wellness Center and serves as a member of Healthy UC. While Dr. Evans identifies as a generalist and she tailors her approach to meeting student needs, she draws most heavily from Systems and Multicultural theories. She enjoys working with students to address identity concerns, racial trauma, grief, relationship issues, and depression. She is passionate about group therapy and providing therapy and outreach services that incorporate diversity, equity, & inclusion. Dr. Evans strives to help decrease mental health stigma and promote a culture that champions mental health and wellness across campus.
My favorite thing about working at CAPS: the PEOPLE. I love working with students and connecting with them on campus. I also enjoy working & growing alongside my colleagues and collaborating faculty/staff across campus. I have been meeting so many great people in my time here!
Coping skills I recommend to clients that I actually use myself: talking to loved ones; watching a comedy show for a good laugh; and exploring fun, inexpensive things to do around the city.
What I like about Cincinnati: I feel that there is a strong sense of community here. While the city is small enough that I often have mutual acquaintances, it is large enough that I can forge my own personal and professional connections.