“Grace happens when we act with others on behalf of our world” – Joanna Macy
Eve has been trained as a Counsellor and Psychologist and uses a systemic perspective.
Since 2012, she has worked with migrants and adolescents in Canada, Ecuador and Switzerland (her home country) within non-profit organisations, governments and the United Nations. She believes that sustainability can be attained through the empowerment of underprivileged populations and local communities using participatory facilitation, as well as by fostering collaboration between local groups, organisations and governments.
|Academic Titles: M.A. in Counselling Psychology, McGill University, Canada; M.S. in Psychology, University of Lausanne, Switzerland|
|Teaching language: French, English and Spanish|
Contributions to several others
Sistematización de mi Experiencia de Trabajo en la Provincia de Sucumbíos, Ecuador, 2014
Mémoire de recherche – Master of Psychology, UNIL, Switzerland: Trajectoires d’appropriation du français de six femmes latinoaméricaines immigrées à Montréal: Eléments de trajectoires et réaménagements identitaires