Emma Eaton completed her BSc. Hon. at Trent University in Canada in 2007. She went on to  work in residential care with children in the  foster care  system  and in anxiety research until being accepted for her doctorate in clinical psychology in 2010 in England. Emma specialized in trauma, maternity and working with women, and graduated from Keele and Staffordshire Universities in 2013.
Emma currently lives and works in Whitehorse, Canada, where she is on the board of directors both for an alternative mental health NGO, the Second Opinion Society, as well as a women's advocacy organization, the Yukon Status of Women Council. Emma continues to work with women and their families both directly in private practice as well as through community projects and advocacy work.