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  • Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets

    Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets

    Born in South Dakota at a time when America was reeling from a dust bowl, depression and a second world war, Evelyn Jones Leite lived with Mamma, Edith Jones, a socialite who marries her Daddy, a broke but charming southerner, Lon Jones.
  • Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

    Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

    The family ends up a cowboy town, two hours away, where the largest earthen rolled dam in the world is being constructed by multitudes of sexy young construction workers, fueled with the exuberance of too much money and easy access to drugs and alcohol.
  • To Be Somebody: a tale of love, heartbreak, and hope

    To Be Somebody: a tale of love, heartbreak, and hope

    Evelyn knows she’s broken, and she continually tries to fix herself and be true to her wedding vows. She and her Air Force husband live in California, Denver, and Japan. They have 4 children two of whom die a tragic death.
  • Women: What Do We Want?

    Women: What Do We Want?

    What do women want?

    It's a simple question without a simple answer. But fear not - this easily understood, effective guidance will show you how to win at love.

    Written in a language that makes sense, with quick and lasting answers to some of women’s oldest questions, the stories in this book tell it all.
  • A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction

    A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction

    Living in a dysfunctional family hurts and the struggle often seems futile, help is available and vital information is contained in this wonderful little “How To” book. It is really good for anyone who questions what to do when there is unexplained issues in a family. Here is what one reader says "my family was falling apart even though I went to treatment as did my husband there was..."
  • Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets

    Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets

    Born in South Dakota at a time when America was reeling from a dust bowl, depression and a second world war, Evelyn Jones Leite lived with Mamma, Edith Jones, a socialite who marries her Daddy, a broke but charming southerner, Lon Jones.
  • Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

    Dance Like There's No Tomorrow

    The family ends up a cowboy town, two hours away, where the largest earthen rolled dam in the world is being constructed by multitudes of sexy young construction workers, fueled with the exuberance of too much money and easy access to drugs and alcohol.
  • To Be Somebody: a tale of love, heartbreak, and hope

    To Be Somebody: a tale of love, heartbreak, and hope

    Evelyn knows she’s broken, and she continually tries to fix herself and be true to her wedding vows. She and her Air Force husband live in California, Denver, and Japan. They have 4 children two of whom die a tragic death.
  • Women: What Do We Want?

    Women: What Do We Want?

    What do women want?

    It's a simple question without a simple answer. But fear not - this easily understood, effective guidance will show you how to win at love.
  • A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction

    A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction

    Living in a dysfunctional family hurts and the struggle often seems futile, help is available and vital information is contained in this wonderful little “How To” book. It is really good for anyone who questions what to do when there is unexplained issues in a family.
  • Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets
    Just Fine Thank You: Growing Up with Family Secrets
    Just Fine, Thank YouBorn in South Dakota at a time when America was reeling from a dust bowl, depression and a second world war, Evelyn Jones Leite lived with Mamma, Edith Jones, a socialite who marries her Daddy, a broke but charming southerner, Lon Jones.
  • Dance Like There's No Tomorrow
    Dance Like There's No Tomorrow
    Dance Like There's No TomorrowThe family ends up a cowboy town, two hours away, where the largest earthen rolled dam in the world is being constructed by multitudes of sexy young construction workers, fueled with the exuberance of too much money and easy access to drugs and alcohol.
  • To Be Somebody: A Tale of Love, Heartbreak, and Hope
    To Be Somebody: A Tale of Love, Heartbreak, and Hope
    To Be SomebodyEvelyn knows she’s broken, and she continually tries to fix herself and be true to her wedding vows. She and her Air Force husband live in California, Denver, and Japan. They have 4 children two of whom die a tragic death.
  • Women: What Do We Want?
    Women: What Do We Want?
    What Do Women Want?What do women want?

    It's a simple question without a simple answer.

    But fear not - this easily understood, effective guidance will show you how to win at love.

    Written in a language that makes...
  • A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction
    A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by Addiction
    A Fix for the Family Rift Caused by AddictionLiving in a dysfunctional family hurts and the struggle often seems futile, help is available and vital information is contained in this wonderful little “How To” book. It is really good for anyone who questions what to do when there is unexplained issues in a family.
Speaking Engagements

Make the Right Decision. Be Informed.

Speaking Topics:

- Hope and Healing for Alcoholics, Addicts and Their Families.

Addiction is a disease. It causes pain to everyone in a family or a workforce. Understanding how it works and grows is a vital to stopping it before it destroys everything and everyone. There are only three things that can happens to addicts - recovery, insanity, or death.


- Communication and Conflict Resolution

A one to three day presentation of the effects of poor communication, effective communication skills and the fine art of conflict resolution. This workshop can include a one day overview, or a two or three day in depth training on establishing better relationships through communication.


- Professional Development Training

In order to get along at home or in the workforce, one must be able to communicate, empathize, and make wise choices. This is a one day workshop that provides information and options for employees, families or church members.

For more information please see - "Addiction is a Nightmare. Help is Within Reach."
  • About Evelyn Leite

    About Evelyn Leite

    Evelyn LeiteEvelyn Leite, MHR, LPC, is a family counselor, relationships therapist, addiction therapist, author, and trainer with over 35 years of professional experience. Evelyn is highly regarded for her seminars in multicultural counseling and education. Understanding the vulnerability for people who need help in her areas of expertise, Evelyn offers various ways people can get the help they need.

    Whether she presents information through public speaking, small intimate workshops, group sessions for different families or single-family sessions, in person or telephone counseling, Evelyn provides expert information for healing trauma, mending broken families, family dynamics and relationships, communication, and overcoming addictions. Also, watch for her private online, self-help group allowing people to participate from the privacy of their own home and anonymously if desired, opening up help for people on weekends.
  • About Evelyn Leite
    About Evelyn Leite
    Evelyn LeiteEvelyn Leite, MHR, LPC, is a family counselor, relationships therapist, addiction therapist, author, and trainer with over 35 years of professional experience. Evelyn is highly regarded for her seminars in multicultural counseling and education. Understanding the vulnerability for people who need help in her areas of expertise, Evelyn offers various ways people can get the help they need.

Praise for Evelyn's Work

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