Together We Heal

Together We Heal is for any who suffer from the trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse. We are here to provide a safe forum for survivors of abuse to share, learn and heal, give direction to those seeking guidance and to expose sexual predators for what they are and their methods of getting into our lives.

Articles

Occasionally, TWH board members, volunteer therapists and consultants contribute articles to various publications. Below are a few to help you on your journey.

The Abused Addict – The Ultimate Fight

Rachel Grant Coaching

Published – January 22, 2013

Describes the conflict that people who have been sexually abused as children face when it leads to substance abuse in their attempt to numb the pain.

How Trauma From Abuse Can Change Your DNA

RAINN

Published – February 18, 2013

The potential impact childhood sexual abuse may have on DNA.

Rape By Any Other Name is Still Rape

The Good Men Project

Published – March 2, 2013

David Pittman examines the reasons we, as a society, try to soften the term “rape” by calling it by other names.

The Abused Addict – Dulling The Pain

The Good Men Project

Published – March 17, 2013

David Pittman discusses the relationship between abuse and addiction.

Healing From Abuse – Roads To Recovery

The Good Men Project

Published – March 31, 2013

David Pittman reviews some of the therapeutic options for recovery from sexual abuse—from the traditional to the experimental.

When It Comes To Love, 3 Is The Magic Number!

The Elephant Journal

Published – April 8, 2013

David Pittman explores the three most important elements of relationships, and wonders at the prevalence of the number three in human history.

Grooming – How Do Sexual Predators Get Into Our Lives?

MediaPart

Published – June 20, 2013

Dave Pittman gives a detailed account on how sexual predators move into the lives of children and families and what signs for parents to be aware in order to better protect their children.

Grooming – How Sexual Predators Get Into Our Lives.

The Good Men Project

Published – June 24, 2013

David Pittman shares methods to keep our children safer by helping identify sexual predators.

Is Forgiveness Necessary?

The Good Men Project

Published – June 30, 2013

David Pittman, a survivor of abuse, examines the role of forgiveness in healing.

What’s Your Reason To Fly?

The Good Men Project

Published – July 13, 2013

David Pittman, an abuse survivor and recovering addict, discovered that there’s no bigger high than knowing you’ve helped someone else.

Do You Want A Future?

The Good Men Project

Published – July 19, 2013

It wasn’t until David Pittman went back to his past and acknowledged the childhood sexual abuse that he endured, that he that he began to work through the painful issues in his adult life.

You Have Worth And Are Worthy.

The Good Men Project

August 4, 2013

David Pittman offers hope to fellow survivors of sexual assault: You have value, and you are not alone.

Waiting To Be Found

August 13, 2013

Abuse survivor David Pittman explains how the loneliest feeling in the world is waiting to be found.

Church Of England Makes Child Abuse Apology

The Good Men Project

September 3, 2013

Abuse survivor David Pittman applauds the Church of England for their unreserved apology to abuse survivors, and encourages American churches to follow suit.

When Does The Worst Day Of Your Life Turn Into The Best?

The Good Men Project

November 6, 2013

David Pittman is honest about the most brutal aspects of his past because he needs others to know that there is hope.

Our Very Own ‘Breakfast Club’ of Support

The Good Men Project

January 27, 2014

For survivors of childhood sexual abuse, it’s easy to get caught up in day-to-day living and to forget about helping others. David Pittman is here to ask, “What are you willing to do?”

Getting Away With Murder – Child Predators

The Good Men Project

March 2, 2014

David Pittman, and other survivors like him, are frustrated with how sexual predators have been getting away with the murder of the innocence of childhood.

Easter – A Conflict of Emotions

The Good Men Project

April 20, 2014

David Pittman is a Christian who was abused by the Church. That experience changed his perspective on the Resurrection.

 

Together We Heal (TWH) and its no-fee mental health counseling services follows a strict confidentiality policy. Your written permission will be required to release information to other parties (i.e. spouse, family members, or outside institutions). In an effort to maintain professional standards, your counselor may discuss specifics of your situation with other mental health professionals as part of TWH consultation to ensure that appropriate services are provided to you.

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