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Confidence can often be associated with accomplishment, and is integral to development. No matter what stage of development that your child is in, there are always skills to learn. More
Making sushi as a family can be loads of fun and everyone gets to contribute to the table! More
New Year's resolutions are often made to be broken, but when it comes to parenting, we can resolve to get even better any day of the year. More
After making your own personal new year resolutions, it's time to make some for the family. More
As your child moves beyond his or her dependence on mom and dad, peers become an important part of their development. Your child starts to choose his or her own friends, and those people whom your chi More
When you have laundry to do, meals to cook, kids to clean, counters to dress - wait, that's not right. Well, mom, you're busy - you know it, your children know it, and your partner knows it. More
Assigning kids chores is one of the best ways to build self-esteem and develop a feeling of competence. Your child will also grow up perceiving chores as a normal habit of life and establish a good ha More
Arguing with your kids is not detrimental to their development. Instead, it may encourage them to consider various points of view surrounding an issue. More
A quick and easy recipe to make a delicious cup of hot chocolate for the season! More
Some principles for active listening that will help foster a closer connection between couples. More
About Eva Macyszyn

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.