We are a mental health service and community where women* can feel empowered, informed, and supported throughout their journey to motherhood and beyond.


Our mission is to serve women* at every step—from trying to conceive, to pregnancy, surrogacy, fertility treatments. or adoption, on to childbirth, early postpartum, and life-long parenting. Our community supports mothers mentally, socially, and emotionally—because we believe all mothers and mothers-to-be should have access to holistic care. Eva also provides support for partners/spouses and families upon request.

We offer two streams of support: perinatal mental health and therapy services & community events and opportunities to connect with other moms and moms-to-be.

We understand that motherhood isn’t linear, and the journey to becoming a parent is not the same for everyone. but we believe that the unique experience of becoming a parent can connect us to one another and that no one can or should do it alone. By sharing our experiences, we can build a community of empowered parents.

Our goal is to create a space where women* of all walks of life and experiences feel welcomed. Whether you need mental health support for yourself or your family, are trying to conceive and are looking for counselling, or are simply struggling with the day-to-day challenges of parenthood—Eva Wellness is here for you.

*Eva is proud to support people of all identities and backgrounds.

Sarah Goodman, MSW, RSW, PMH-C | Social Worker/Psychotherapist

Sarah Goodman, MSW, RSW is a mother, a registered social worker, and a passionate supporter of mothers at all stages of their parenting journey. Sarah intimately understands the challenges of parenthood. From trying to conceive, to loss, to pregnancy and motherhood, there are many stressors that can make you feel alone and overwhelmed. As someone who became a mom during the COVID-19 pandemic and experienced loss prior, Sarah quickly understood the importance of support throughout the journey to motherhood. Sarah is passionate about providing quality support to women in their most vulnerable moments. At a time when so much is asked of you, Sarah’s goal is to help mothers feel validated, supported, and cared for.  


Sarah uses an eclectic approach influenced by cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), mindfulness, narrative therapy, motivational interviewing, emotion-focused family therapy (EFFT), and attachment- and trauma-informed lenses. Clients are able to share their experiences in an open, casual, and non-judgmental space, and Sarah tailors treatment goals and interventions to her clients’ individual needs.


Sarah earned her Master of Social Work from Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University in 2015. She is a member of the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers (OCSWSSW), the Ontario Association of Social Workers (OASW), and is a Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional through Postpartum Support International.