Through It All We’re Still Standing: Empowered and Triumphant Through Adversity
What does adversity look like in your life? Eight powerful women came together to write a masterpiece while sharing their stories of triumph. There is an old saying that goes, "I don't look like what I've been through." In this book, each of the co-authors remove the veil and lets you in to their personal stories. Their stories will bring you deeper into their moments of pain, clarity, and victory.
Get ready for the ride of your life!
About The Lead Author
Ms. Hostler is a Master-level Clinician and has worked in the counseling field for over twenty years. She is a Licensed Evangelist in the Church of God and Christ, a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC), a Licensed Clinical Addiction Specialist (LCAS), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She obtained her second master’s degree from North Carolina Central University in Clinical Mental Health. Ms. Hostler's first master’s degree is in Psychological Counseling from Monmouth University (Long Branch, NJ). She obtained her Bachelor of Science from Thomas Edison University in Trenton, NJ.
Judith is passionate about her work as it relates to helping individuals overcome obstacles that hinder their emotional, physical, and personal growth. She finds immense pleasure in watching individuals use skills learned through counseling, coaching, and ministry as a tool to find or recover skills and personal strengths that lead to a joyful and triumphant life. Ms. Hostler's career path has been directed toward gender-responsive care with a focus on trauma-informed care. She is currently employed at the Alcohol Drug Council of NC as the Coordinator of Perinatal Substance Project; she also provides counseling at DeNome Alliance Counseling Center where she operates as a consultant. Judith also serves on the Executive Leadership team as the Co-Director of Member services at Victorious Praise Fellowship in Durham, NC
Judith currently resides in North Carolina with the love of her life, her husband, Elder Robert Hostler. They have a blended family, seven children, and eleven grand loves. Her mission is to be the conduit that helps those she counsel understand and internalize that they are enough.