New Podcast Alert: Protecting Our Children and Supporting Survivors
The alarming number of men in jail for sexual abuse calls for our attention. It’s crucial to understand that there are underlying factors and trauma behind these actions.
We are excited to share a powerful podcast episode by Dr. Kelley, specifically aimed at parents. In this episode, she delves into effective ways to protect our children from sexual harassers and identify potential red flags. It’s an essential resource for every parent to ensure the safety and well-being of their children.
If you have experienced sexual harassment, please know that you are not alone. Seeking help is a vital step towards healing. This podcast also offers valuable insights for individuals struggling with their experiences. Remember, there is hope, and there is always a way out of your struggle.
Tune in to the podcast now and let’s work together to create a safer environment for our children and survivors.
Dr. Kelli Palfy began her professional career working in adult and youth corrections. Here she noticed a disproportionate number of males in the prison system. As an RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) officer, she took an interest in investigating sex crimes and went on to specialize in sex crimes committed against children internationally. Here, she began to see that males were victims of sexual abuse too, and that there were very few resources available to them. She wondered if this was why so many males ended up in prison. As she combed through video evidence, she witnessed first-hand the grooming tactics commonly used by sophisticated pedophiles.
After leaving the RCMP, Dr. Palfy obtained her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Alberta. She wanted to support male victims, and sought to better understand the reasons why males don’t commonly disclose sexual abuse. She is now a trained trauma therapist and public speaker on the topic of male abuse. Dr. Palfy currently runs a small private practice where she works with male survivors of sexual abuse, first responders and couples using Emotion-Focused and Cognitive Behavioral Approach, plus Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Dr. Kelli Palfy Registered Psychologist, 4675 Author of Men Too: Unspoken Truths About Male Sexual Abuse and The Creating Personal Safety Series for Childrenhttps://www.amazon.com/author/drkellipalfy
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Pastor Brad Hoefs is an ordained Pastor and Member of the Association of Free Lutheran Congregations. He has been pastoring since 1985, and he is currently the pastor of Anchor of Hope Church in Omaha, Nebraska (since 1995). The church has seen over 110% growth in the 18 months after Fresh Hope started meeting.
Pastor Brad is the Executive Director of WorshipOutlet.com. He founded Fresh Hope in 2009.
He is a State-certified Intentional Peer Support Specialist and was appointed by Governor Heineman of Nebraska to serve on the State Advisory Committee on Mental Health Services.
He is also the author of Fresh Hope: Living Well in Spite of a Mental Health Diagnosis, published in 2013.
Pastor Brad has been married to his college sweetheart, Donna, for 34 years, and is the proud father of two adult married children, and ‘Papa’ to 3 grandsons and 1 granddaughter.
If you are interested in more information about Fresh Hope, go to www.FreshHope.us or email info@FreshHope.us, or call 402.932.3089.