Nov 28 2011
The "Totally NOT Safe..." Podcast: A Counselor Talks About Childhood Sexual Abuse...and God

Click HERE to go to the iTunes page for the "Not Safe..." podcasts.  You can download, or get caught up on previous podcasts.

Click HERE to listen right now.


In this podcast:  We talk about childhood sexual abuse, and healing.  A few of the questions:

How do we approach forgiveness, for something so horrific?

What hope is there for those who've endured this?

Why so much denial within families?

How can surivors of childhood sexual abuse trust people again?  Or trust God?

A bit about Kathy:  She is a licensed psychotherapist who counsels victims of childhood sexual abuse.  She is a counselor, and an occasional speaker, for the Heath Evans Foundation. She's a former adjunct professor with Palm Beach Atlantic University, and has worked with Henderson Mental Health Clinic, as well as Children's Home Society.  Kathy has a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and has authored a book releasing next year.  She can be contacted at her email address:

Nov 15 2011
Sexual Abuse, Penn State, and Actual Hope


(CLICK HERE for the iTunes link, and subscribe!  Or HERE to open the podcast in your browser.)


Heath Evans is THE guy to talk to about the Penn State saga.  Yes, he just wrapped up a 10-year NFL career, and is now an analyst for NFL Network.  He played at a legendary football school - Auburn - and has played on Super Bowl teams, the Patriots and Saints.

But that's not the story.

Here's the story: He wants to bring hope for the victims of sexual abuse.  His foundation - click here - is for that, specifically, to bring Jesus-focused counseling and healing to those who've undergone a nightmare. 

In this podcast, Heath very frankly responds to Bob Costas' interview with Jerry Sandusky, comments on what sexual abuse can do to a life, and talks about forgiveness, and why he was angry watching the Penn State game on Saturday.

Please check out