After her families' immigration to Canada, Eva began her post secondary education in the faculty of Nursing. Quickly coming to the realization working with families was her true passion Eva rightfully claimed her Bachelor degree in Social Work. Over her twenty year career, this quiet spoken, yet spirited Brit excelled at assessing families and diagnosing areas of strength and weakness. Using this information in a wide variety of situations Eva has been able to help countless families reach their full potential. Eva has dedicated her career to providing in-home support for parents dealing with a range of emotional, mental health and/or behavioural challenges as well as working collaboratively within a multi-disciplinary team connecting families with appropriate community resources. Eva was instrumental in developing and implementing a family life skills program in addition to teaching and enhancing effective positive parenting strategies and skills. Eva truly believes, given the right tools, each family has the ability to reach their full potential in being a stronger more connected family unit and has made it her mission to "make changes, one family at a time". During her twenty year union with husband Mike, Eva has held many volunteer positions with various organizations, including Brownie leader and foster parent, but, as she quickly admits, her most important job, which she shares with Mike, is parenting their two energetic children.