Eve Delunas, PhD, LMFT has been applying psychological type theory to catalyze positive changes in clinical and organizational settings for forty years. She is internationally recognized for her work on the relationship between personality and dysfunctional behavior, as presented in her book, Survival Games Personalities Play. Eve first became interested in type and temperament while pursuing her Masters Degree in Counseling as a student of David Keirsey and Marilyn Bates. She worked with David Keirsey for over ten years. Her newest book, New Science, New Brain, New You, presents methods for reconfiguring our brain's learned default settings to move out of the "survival mode." In addition to offering workshops internationally, Eve has been an instructor of Graduate Counseling at five universities. Recently, as a Collegiate Professor for the University of Maryland, European Division, she was the recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award.