Eugenia Foster, MA, MPS, LCPC

Focused on Wellness

Eugenia Foster is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), who has experience providing individual, group, and family counseling to a diverse group of children, adolescents, and adults. Eugenia is a licensed clinical professional counselor in Maryland and Virginia. Eugenia obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology from Coppin State University. She continued her education at Bowie State University, where she received her Masters of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology and later attended the University of Maryland, College Park where she received a second Master’s degree in Clinical Psychological Science. Eugenia is presently pursuing her Doctorate degree in Behavioral Health Management at Arizona State University. She is a member of the Psi Chi National Honors Society. She is also a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA).  

            Eugenia believes in an eclectic person-centered approach to mental health treatment and she strives to help individuals gain the knowledge and skills necessary to become productive members of society and live a purpose-filled life. She has experience providing therapy and crisis intervention in residential, community, educational, and clinical settings. Eugenia is currently a co-owner of a private group therapy practice HAARRPPP Therapeutic Services and a founder of a non-profit organization HAARPPP, INC. Eugenia owns Fostering Wholeness, LLC, a social media lifestyle wellness brand.

Eugenia specializes in substance abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, behavioral management, life skills, and anger management. Although Eugenia follows an eclectic treatment approach, she has received training and certification in several evidence-based treatment approaches. She subscribes particularly to Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Multisystem Therapy (MST), Motivational Enhancement Therapy- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (MET-CBT), and Trauma-Focused- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT).   


Eugenia's passion for counseling derived from enduring significant adversity as a child, including homelessness and poverty, as well, living in a community where mental health disorders and treatment are, and remain taboo. When she is not working as a counselor she spends her time mentoring youth and volunteering in low-socioeconomic communities. Eugenia is committed to bettering the lives of at-risk children, adolescents, and adults. 

Eugenia Foster, LCPC