Executive Director / Therapist
Tracy Gibson, DMin., M.Div., LMSW, LGSW, LCSWA
Dr. Gibson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (LCSWA) in the state of North Carolina and also a Licensed Master-level Social Worker (LMSW) in both South Carolina and 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 14 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.
Dr. Gibson discusses coping skills from a biblical and clinical perspective with SHE SHIFTED founder and Podcast host, Marsha Gill.
Sherry Wilson, Cora's House Director
As Director of Cora's House, Sherry is an advocate that will not be silenced. Sherry specializes in being a mentor who is able to listen and understand the root cause of those who are bound and broken. She brings over a decade of biblical counseling to families and particularly women who have endured horrific trauma. Sherry's heart is to see women healed and mentally strong; and holding tight to their faith. After losing her own identity as a result of a 12 year long mentally and verbally abusive relationship that drove her to drugs and alcohol; she now stands strong as a licensed and ordained pastor working hard to see all women become more than conquerors. Pastor Sherry holds a ministerial Bachelor's Degree with a concentration in Pastoral Studies and Counseling from Reach for the World School of Ministry. Currently, Pastor Sherry is pursuing a degree in Psychology with a concentration in Counseling from Walden University; and plans to persue a licensure as a mental health clinician. Pastor Sherry's perspective is not to fix anybody, but to teach and help others in the process of making decisions and choices for an empowered and greater future. Being a part of the power team of Fresh Start 4 HER gives Pastor Sherry the resources to help change lives.
Claudine Brown, FS4H Executive Assistant & Advocate
Kimberly Huddleston, FS4H Advocate