October 9, 2019
Nicole and Mary break down the difficult topic of forgiveness along the healing road: the lies and misconceptions, the truth and freedom found in cutting the cord, and why talking it out and walking it out can make all the difference.
September 25, 2019
Guest: Patricia Eagle, author of “Being Mean: A Memoir of Sexual Abuse and Survival” -- a book about blocking sexual abuse memories, having them surface, then learning how
to acknowledge and live with incomprehensible experiences in the healthiest ways possible. On this podcast, Mary and Nicole talk with Patricia about her story, writing her memoir, and topics like dissociation, repression, remembering, coping, numbing, addiction, caring for elderly sick parents who were abusers, and her pursuit of clarity, compassion, trust and hope after decades of struggling to understand and live with her past. More info: https://patriciaeagle.com
September 11, 2019
Nicole Braddock Bromley and Mary O'Brien chat with Maureen Garcia about all the things related to exposure of abusers: suicide, power and control, victim-stancing, applause and ovations, #churchtoo, triggers and takeaways from the recent news of Jeffrey Epstein's suicide as well as Nicole's own survivor story.
August 28, 2019
Special Guest: Brenda Tracy, a survivor of a gang rape by four
football players and now an RN, activist and civilian lobbyist. After
coming forward with her story in 2014, she began educating, engaging,
and inspiring men and coaches to become involved in the fight against
sexual violence and started the #SetTheExpectation Campaign.
August 14, 2019
Loved our chat today with Denise Ackermann, MSW, a therapist who has worked at an inpatient psychiatric and substance abuse rehabilitation unit, a women’s clinic, in prisons with convicted male sex offenders, and as a coordinator of services for adult convicted sex offenders.
July 24, 2019
Special guest, Meshali Mitchell (Meshali.co), world renowned photographer, storyteller, survivor and a dear friend to OneVOICE, joins us to discuss restoration, relationships and the healing road.
July 10, 2019
Special guest: Kelly Bunt, a licensed clinical social worker and owner of a NY private practice, solely focused on the treatment for individuals who have committed sexual offenses, chats with us about her mission to look at healthy communities as her client and also how she is working with local colleges to better respond to sexual assault on campus.
June 26, 2019
Vanessa Perkins, survivor of child sexual abuse and sex trafficking, shares her story and drops some real life knowledge on addiction, trauma response, trauma bonds, recovery, relationships and parenting.
June 12, 2019
Special Guest: Amy Sorrells, an award-winning author of four novels, one of which, How Sweet The Sound, helps survivors find hope in the midst of the hard road of healing from sexual abuse
May 22, 2019
Special Guest: Kristen Morse, Global Reach Director at A21 in Washington, DC.