Ms. Eden Garmon obtained both her Master of Social Work and Bachelor of Social Work degrees from Western Carolina University. She has specialized training in integrated health and strives to provide care from a holistic perspective. While pursuing her degrees, Ms. Garmon acted as a caregiver for clients in hospice and engaged in extensive hands-on experience with the end-of-life process. She is passionate about social justice and her community. Because of her extensive work and collaboration with local agencies to provide housing resources for undocumented and mixed-status families, in addition to volunteering her time with the Boys and Girls Club of the Plateau and at the Mountain Area Pro Bono Physical Therapy Program, she is not only passionate about social justice, but also about providing social work resources and support for diverse communities.
Ms. Garmon worked under ACAPS as an undergraduate and graduate intern and is now beginning her career as a Licensed Clinical Social Work Associate. She practices from a person-centered lens and utilizes modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Motivational Interviewing, and psychotherapy. She seeks to provide an inclusive and safe space for patients to heal, discover, process, and grow.
Ms. Garmon is a Hendersonville native and loves the unique activities Western North Carolina has to offer. In her free time, she enjoys being out on the lake, visiting art museums, traveling, and afternoons spent with her two tabby cats.