Recap of 7/29 PTSD, Domestic Violence, Living Victoriously after Trauma

In case you missed the show, here’s a copy of the podcast. The show actually starts at about 5:45 into the file.

IMG_3457[1]222333Well, I’ll tell you what, I could have talked to Dr. Regina Davis for hours on the topic of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Having spent years in ministry to Vietnam veterans and their families, I know full well the effects of PTSD on a person and a family, and not just those who’ve seen combat! This show will open your eyes to trauma that many women silently suffer under, domestic violence being one of the most compelling stories shared today, and how important it is for us to not isolate and hide the trauma but stay connected to safe women who can walk with us on this journey to wholeness. You can contact Dr. Davis at or by calling 210-241-4954.

We gave away 2 free one hour therapy sessions with Dr. Davis, valued at $130 each, and Martha Fisher, Director of Women’s Ministry at CBC shared an event coming up this Friday, August 2 where women can come together in a safe place and have a time of fun and fellowship. Girls’ Night Out from 6:30 to 8:30 at Community Bible Church this Friday night.

This Saturday, 7/27, Living Victoriously After Trauma with Dr. Regina Davis, and Director of Women’s Ministries at CBC, Martha Fisher

I am so thrilled to introduce you to my CBC choir buddy and your local PTSD expert, Dr. Regina Davis.

reginaDr. Regina Davis is a licensed clinical psychologist with 14 years of experience. She is also a university educator, conference speaker and, most importantly, an evangelist. She believes that emotional freedom is crucial to fulfilling our God-given destinies. Dr. Davis is dedicated to helping emotionally hurting people achieve healthy minds and productive lives and has a Christ-centered passion for helping trauma survivors.

The first two local callers who call in during the show will each receive one free session with Dr. Davis, each session valued at $130. We are going to discuss Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, the symptoms, and how they affect not only those currently on active duty, but veterans of any war, as well as those of us who have suffered trauma in our pasts, but not necessarily combat related.

I know from my many years of work with Vietnam veterans and their family members, those who are struggling with PTSD, or have a loved one who struggles with the symptoms, can feel very much alone, isolated, and not at all understood.

If you have questions about PTSD, the symptoms, or a specific issue related to trauma, we will be taking calls during the show, or you can post questions on my Facebook page ahead of time, (

During the last segment of the show, I’ll introduced you to Martha Fisher, Director of Women’s Ministries at Community Bible Church. There’s an exciting “Girls Night Out” event she’ll be telling us about martha fisherwhich could prove a great blessing to our listeners!

I look forward to spending my Saturday morning with you! 11am to noon CST, on AM 630 KSLR, streaming live on or

We will also be continuing the conversation “off the air” at El Jarro’s Mexican Restaurant, so Dr. Davis and I would love to have you join us at 12:30 for a no-host lunch!