Testimonials for Together We Heal
As an organization, Together We Heal has come a long way in a short amount of time. Since we began our program of cost-free counseling, we have introduced dozens of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse with counselors and therapists who help those most in need with the least amount of resources.
It’s on this foundation that we built TWH, to provide for those who either don’t have the money or insurance to cover the costs. I wanted to share with everyone just a couple of examples of people who benefit from your generosity and giving. This is the incredible impact you have on the lives of survivors of CSA by donating.
And keep in mind, theses are just a couple. The need increases daily and we are doing all we can to help everyone who comes to us. Please see these for what they are, just the tip of the iceberg. In whatever way you are able to give, whether through time, talent or dollars, each is important and enables us to provide the services desperately needed for survivors everywhere. Thank you all so very much!
“At a difficult time in my life I asked the universe to present the “teacher” who could best assist me in letting go of past hurts and expanding and opening to my true self.
I feel it was a miracle that brought Debe into my life and I am so grateful. She has a huge toolbox of techniques that are powerful and enlightening. However, what I most appreciate about Debe is her compassion and integrity and commitment to peace and healing.
Debe provides guidance from a place of love and non judgement, allowing me the space to connect with my inner voice to find my own truth. She is extremely intuitive and has a wonderful sense of humor. One of her greatest gifts to me is her ability to make me laugh and not take myself and life so seriously. At the end of our sessions I always feel much more open and lighter.
Debe is an amazing coach, teacher and guide. I feel extremely fortunate to be working with her.” — Caryl K
“When I first started therapy with Debe, I was pretty raw emotionally, mentally and physically. I had worked with other therapist that basically left me feeling worse than when I started. I am a man in my late 30s that endured boyhood sexual abuse, rape and physical abuse. I never really loved myself or could truly love anyone else. I thought even suicide was an option. When I was around 18 to 23 I had started reading about healing, forgiveness, meditation and enlightenment, but somewhere along the way, I lost that and I lost myself in the process.
All I wanted to do was numb the pain or die in any possible way I could. I had pretty much hit rock bottom when I started working with Debe and I felt I had nothing to lose. When I started working with Debe, I found that during our first few sessions, that someone actually understood my pain and she had a way of making me look within and dig deep until there was light on the dark places that needed to be uncovered and brought to the surface to be dealt with. It’s not easy after you’ve been finding places within you to hide it all, but she made me work and helped me see that if I truly wanted to get better and be better, than I had to take the journey to self-discovery self-love and get back on that path to peace.
Debe also has a way of explaining things that if I didn’t understand it, she peacefully walked me through it until it became my own truth. Both generous in spirit and with deep insight, Debe has really helped me come along way. Her method is true and honest and the ” homework assignments” really make you think and dig deep! I can’t thank Debe enough for the work she has done and the progress I’ve seen in me and the way I feel now is paramount! There’s not enough appreciation or gratitude that I can give Debe for all that she has done in working with me, but her methods are proof that anyone who truly wants to heal and live better.
All I can say from a healed heart and soul is ‘Thank You” for guiding me on this journey we call life!” — Bill M
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.