Second Annual Champion’s Luncheon
Tuesday, March 12, 2019
at the National Weather Center
Join us for the Second Annual Champion’s Luncheon, featuring Hall of Fame Softball Coach Patty Gasso, Volleyball Coach Lindsey Gray-Walton and other University of Oklahoma Champion Coaches. Interested in attending or sponsoring the event? Click the link below to view sponsorship levels and purchase individual tickets!
Bethesda provides expert care for all children in Oklahoma who have suffered the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. For over 30 years, Bethesda has been a place of healing for children and families, ensuring the highest quality of individual and group counseling for children 3-18 years old and their caregivers. The therapists of Bethesda use a variety of therapeutic interventions to help children heal from the trauma of sexual abuse.
Specialized group and individual Counseling
Education on personal space boundaries
Bethesda is the only organization in Oklahoma devoted exclusively to helping children and families heal from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse. Because Bethesda offers these services with no charge to our clients, we rely on individual donations, in-kind donations and volunteers. We invite you to make a $25 donation to support the mission of Bethesda: to heal the trauma of childhood sexual abuse through treatment, education and prevention.
The philosophy of Bethesda: all victims of criminal sexual assault should receive therapeutic counseling and healing treatment regardless of race, religion, family background, sexual orientation or economic status. No child who has been sexually abused and seeks treatment is turned away, and no client is charged for our services.
Bethesda’s therapeutic clinical staff is recognized statewide as experts in the field of childhood sexual abuse treatment. Each member of the clinical staff has an advanced degree and has received specialized training in counseling victims of childhood sexual abuse. The specialized treatment programs at Bethesda enable children and their families to safely make the journey from victim to survivor.