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We must accept finite disappointment, but
never lose infinite hope!
~Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Episode #7
Authentically Me - Yes, Me!

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Dr. Gibson discusses coping skills from a biblical and clinical perspective with SHE SHIFTED founder and Podcast host, Marsha Gill.


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Executive Director & Clinical Director
Executive Director & Clinical Director

Tracy Gibson, DMin., M.Div., LCSW, LISW, LISW-CP


Dr. Gibson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in the state of Florida and North Carolina; and Licensed Independant Social Work - Clinical Practice in the state of South Carolina, and a Licensed Independant Social Worker (LISW) in the state of Alabama. Dr. Gibson is also a Non-Denominational licensed and ordained minister of the Gospel.  Dr. Gibson also has social work experience with Children & Family Services; as the Senior Director for the Women & Children's Owen's House Homeless Shelter; as a Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Counselor/Advocate with Crisis Services of North Alabama; as an Adjutant Social Work Professor with Oakwood University and completed her field experience with Wellstone Behavioral Health in Huntsville, Alabama. Dr. Gibson is a national speaker on the subject matter of mental health, sexual assault, trauma, domestic violence and sex trafficking. 


Dr. Gibson received a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology & Social Science from Troy University, a Master’s of Divinity Degree from Regent University, and a Master of Social Work Degree with a concentration in Mental Health from Walden University. Dr. Gibson received a Doctorate Degree in Ministry with Biblical Counseling from Reach For The World School of Ministry and she is currently working on her Doctorate in Social Work with a concentration in Advanced Clinical Practice from Walden University.


Dr. Gibson works with young girls and women ages 16 and up. She specializes in working with clients struggling with grief, depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, school issues and more. She has experience in the areas of mood disorders, personality disorders, adjustment disorders, women’s issues, faith development, trauma and self-esteem improvement.


Dr. Gibson is not only a survivor, but an overcomer of childhood sexual abuse (to include a form of familial sex trafficking); sexual assault, suicidal ideology and domestic violence.

Claudine Brown, FS4H Executive Assistant & Advocate

Claudine is not only a survivor, but an overcomer of domestic violence and now lives with the purpose to encourage, support, and advocate for other women who experience the horrific circumstances. Claudine is honored to be a part of the work of Fresh Start 4 HER as not only an advocate, but a voice for women who feel they are not heard. Claudine believes that not only should woman not have to experience any form of abuse, but they should especially not feel alone in the wilderness as they work to heal and overcome. Claudine retired as a medical professional after serving cancer patients for 42 years. For Claudine there is no greater passion than serving and empowering others to walk in victory. Claudine is proud to share her testimony of overcoming and believes that she was sent to Fresh Start 4 HER to help other women experience the same FREEDOM!

Fresh Start 4 HER MSW Interns

Katrina Fox - Winthrop University, Rock Hill South Carolina

Lee Marshall Wilhaucks - Walden University, Huntsville, Alabama