Evelyn Leite, MHR, LPC, Author, Counselor, and trainer with 25 years of experience in the addictions and mental health fields. Highly regarded for her seminars in multicultural counseling and education, she gives special attention to issues with people from varying cultural and ethnic backgrounds. She has designed and implemented many family programs and is proficient in spiritual and grief counseling. A family systems therapist since 1980, Evelyn incorporates feelings and compassion in the therapeutic relationship with a wide range of experience in chemical dependency, addictions, co-dependency, and domestic abuse, sexual and spiritual abuse.
She is noted for having attained success in trauma resolution, anxiety and depression, utilizing EMDR. An author, she has published works by Hazelden Education Center, Johnson Institute, and Community Intervention. In 2008 she was installed in the South Dakota Hall of Fame for her humanitarian work.
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Testimonials

In the Suicide hotline training, I liked having people’s voices heard; good discussions make it easier to understand and the youth involvement was great. The workshop needs to be longer so that everything is not crammed into two days. I feel like if we knew more about codependency we could make our family stronger and be more able to help others.
~ Shantele