Our clinical director, Kathy Broady, LCSW,
has had over twenty five years of direct clinical
contact with survivors of abuse and their
significant support people. She is a specialist
in the areas of dissociative disorders,
post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD),
depression, bipolar, and anxiety disorders.
Her experience involves a tapestry of clinical
work as a private practice psychotherapist,
as a therapist on an inpatient trauma specialty
unit, as a clinical social worker for residential
treatment centers for traumatized adolescents,
and as a consultant for other mental health
practitioners who are learning to work with
trauma survivors. She has provided individual,
couples, family, and group therapy about
the specific issues of abuse for adults,
teenagers, and children.
Kathy Broady, LCSW is currently
licensed in the state of Texas as a LCSW
(Licensed Clinical Social Worker, formerly known
as Licensed Master of Social Work - Advanced
Kathy Broady LCSW is in good
standing with the Texas State Board of Social Work Examiners, her licensing board, and has no restrictions on her license.
All therapeutic consultations will be with Kathy Broady LCSW unless specified otherwise.
of the content on this site has been written
by Kathy Broady, LCSW. Please refer
to the Library
for additional Source Material.
Letter for Kathy Broady, LCSW
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Our associates have years of experience
in both professional and personal arenas.
They each have voiced an amazing commitment
to actively work against child abuse. They
contribute with their clinical expertise,
counseling expertise, teaching expertise,
legal expertise, political expertise, and
personal experience. The culmination of
their abilities, the variety of their experiences,
and the knowledge acquired from their professions
has all added to the richness and depth
of this site.
A special thanks goes out to all of the
survivors of sexual abuse and severe trauma
who have so diligently contributed with
their valuable insights, helpful comments,
knowledgeable wisdom, and incredible courage
throughout the development of this site.
You truly are an inspiration to us all.