Evelyn Leite has been in the addiction and mental health profession for 35 years and has a private practice called Living With Solutions. She also founded a non-profit corporation called A Center For Training And Restoration. She is the author of 14 books and she holds workshops nation wide which are devoted to teaching individuals and families about mental health and addiction, she does a lot of trauma related work with men and women who have been abused . Because her work as a humanitarian has been widely recognized she was installed in the SD Hall of Fame in 2008. Her work has included founding a youth center in Ft Pierre, SD, helping establish a women’s shelter in Pierre, SD, and helping to establish the Hope Center , a day shelter for the homeless in Rapid City, SD. Most of her work for the last 15 years has taken place on Indian Reservations. She has a new book coming out January 15, 2019 called A Fix For The Family Rift Caused By Addiction.
What do women want? It's a simple question without a simple answer. In Women: What Do We Want? Evelyn Leite draws insights from interviews and from her decades of experience counseling women to reveal the roots of the issues that plague many relationships and provide guidance to more love and spicier passion.
To Be Somebody is a story about alcoholism and pain, about faith in a higher power and healing of the soul, about joy and recovery. Those who love and live with a drinking alcoholic become victims of the illness as surely as the alcoholic.Those who are searching for help will find truth and perhaps a shortcut through the ravages of the illness.
The dysfunctional family can be restored and become a healthy family. Evelyn Leite's book is complete with explanations and responses you can take to help your family thrive. Each chapter offers clear, concise, and compassionate information providing genuine hope for the family that's been commandeered by addiction.