As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, a counselor and a Christian, I know that healing from trauma is not easy. I also know that you don’t have to do it alone
With a Master of Science in Social Work, a Master of Arts in Cultural Apologetics, over 30 years of experience in social work, and as a survivor of childhood trauma, I have seen, both professionally and personally, the devastation created by child abuse. I want to use my experience to bring hope to those who feel lost and hopeless due to childhood trauma and bring encouragement to those who help them.
I am retired and currently enjoy life in a senior community. In my free time, which I have more of these days, I enjoy drawing, quilling, playing Minecraft, and spending time with my family.
This website includes Poetry, Blogs, YouTube Videos, Guest Appearances, and other information designed to help you or someone you love on their healing journey from childhood trauma. You can also find updated information about my memoir, What Kind of Love is This? Finding God in the Darkness including interviews, promotions, and events.
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8 thoughts on “About Me”
Sharing your story will be a blessing to so many. Congrats on returning to school!! I look forward to following your journey.
Thank you for your courage to share your message of hope. May God bless you and those you continue to help.
I don’t know what my calling is. I have some interest in Biblical studies but I want it to at least partially qualify me for MFT California. I have 2 batchelor degrees from decades ago 1975, 1988. Do not think of me as old. I have years and years and years remaining. I’ve only just begun. I touched the face of God 11/17/96
I have known Charlotte for almost 3 decades. She has a wealth of knowledge in this subject and frankly – many other topics concerning healing and restoration. I’m very excited about her book and this chapter of her journey. It will benefit each of us as she shares. Thank you Charlotte.
Thank you for your kind words, my friend.