Strength-Based Therapy

Teresa Pitt Green, Co-Founder Another new and very effective approach to overcoming–at least to stabilizing–in the wake of the trauma of abuse is an approach in use by many of the social services being offered to victims of human trafficking and domestic violence. This strength-based approach is challenging traditional psychotherapists to employ a more balanced approach. Typically,… Read More Strength-Based Therapy

The Unique Gifts Survivors Offer to Fellow Catholics

Teresa Pitt Green, Co-Founder * Survivors of abuse by clergy reflect the face of Christ as Victor over all evil, even evil rooted however transitorily in sacred space and dressed like a priest. Our stories are about resilience sustained by a Savior searching tirelessly for each of us in every destitute and wounded state—even where… Read More The Unique Gifts Survivors Offer to Fellow Catholics

Clergy-Abuse Survivor Encourages Church Efforts in Child Protection and Healing

In April 2018, Deborah Kloos, a clergy-abuse survivor who works with The Healing Voices Magazine, visited, finally, with Fr. Hans Zollner, S.J., with whom she “has maintained close correspondence’ along with other members of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors. The Catholic News Service has published an excellent profile of Deborah’s singular leadership… Read More Clergy-Abuse Survivor Encourages Church Efforts in Child Protection and Healing

Five Myths About Depression That Persist in the Church

Christian writer Brandon Peach writes in The Relevant Magazine about the misunderstandings that persist among Christians regarding depression and anxiety. As a sufferer managing both, he has particularly keen insights, including into how prayer and Scripture can help someone suffering with depression or anxiety but is not the answer for dealing with what is a… Read More Five Myths About Depression That Persist in the Church