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​Recovery Works—When You Work

Gwendolyn Jones

Lead Facilitator

With a corporate background in Training-Methods & Procedures, I began facilitating my first Shelter from the Storm© support group in September 2008.

For six years (2008-2014) I was the lead facilitator at my local church and was dedicated in facilitating three support groups per week.

Since sexual violence is a part of my personal history I have the insight, compassion, understanding, knowledge of its impact and the process of recovery to overcome the effects of sexual abuse.

I have invested significant time and energy in continuing to educate myself by taking advantage of training opportunities, certifications, webinars and advocacy training to become an effective facilitator. 

Letter from the Facilitator  


Leadership Training & Seminars

  • 2009 - Christian Women Leadership & Development Program (CWLDP) - Heartfelt International Ministries (HIM)

Awards & Recognition 


“Support That Makes A Difference.”

LaKeshia Grant, LPC


Professionally, Lakeshia Grant has over 8 years experience in working in the mental health field. Since becoming fully licensed in 2014 she has continued to work in psychiatric hospital settings helping those in crisis, from providing individual therapy, leading group therapy or helping families by offering referrals and resources for continued outpatient and community care from ages 10-100.

LaKeshia is currently making strides to open her own counseling practice, focused more at helping women, age 20+ looking for help in dealing with anxiety, depression, trust, rejection & relationship issues, crisis of identity, and trauma just to name a few.


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