“The Good Wife”: Part 2
This is part two of the transcript of an interview with JJ, a survivor of domestic violence, and Pastor M, a pastor, mentor, and friend who walked...
Domestic Violence in a Christian Relationship: Part 1, “The Good Wife”
This is the transcript of an interview with JJ, a survivor of domestic violence, and Pastor M, a pastor, mentor, and friend who walked with JJ...
Racism and Domestic Violence
Tabitha: Today I'm here with my friend, Kristie Williams. She is a professor at Walden university and an affiliate at Northwest Family life. Kristie...
Andrew Bauman on Working with Abusers
Join us for an interview with Andrew Bauman. Andrew is the Founder & Director of the Christian Counseling Center: For Sexual Health & Trauma...
Unwanted Sexual Behaviors
How unwanted sexual behaviors occur in relationships
Ryan Chambers on therapy as a place to be seen
I think the process of being seen is, itself, healing.
Davia Monet on Processing Feelings
Often trauma is worked with by a person in ways that aren’t exactly recognized as thoughts or feelings. It falls outside of a thinkable or recognizable realm by definition, but it isn’t lost. It goes somewhere.
Julie DeBoer on Food and Body Issues
Most of my clients have strained relationships with their bodies and struggle to varying degrees to accept, love, and nourish their bodies. They experience their bodies as places of pain and shame rather than safety and comfort.
Yvette Stone on Narcissistic Abuse
Those who have suffered narcissistic abuse often struggle to feel they own their own mind from the cycles of manipulation, gas-lighting, and interpersonal exploitation that have conditioned them to focus on the needs of their abuser instead of their own.
Bethany Foelber on Hope for Change
Discovering parts of oneself on the brink of newness is stunning work. When we are on the edge of changes or shifts, many emotions and past experiences can flood to the surface making it difficult to trust our needs, wants and hopes for ourselves.