Together We Heal

Together We Heal is for any who suffer from the trauma of Childhood Sexual Abuse. We are here to provide a safe forum for survivors of abuse to share, learn and heal, give direction to those seeking guidance and to expose sexual predators for what they are and their methods of getting into our lives.



Rebecca O’Donnell
Author of FREAK:The True Story of an Insecurity Addict

“Dave is a man of integrity who works tirelessly to help those in need. His courage, foresight and empathy are brilliantly combined in his writings, which have inspired countless brothers and sisters of circumstance to seek the help they desperately need. Dave is a lantern in a sea of darkness for thousands. Honesty is a difficult thing to find in that world where secrets are paramount. Dave’s willingness to speak out, with true frankness instead of self-serving glossing, is what makes him not only effective, but great. I recommend him unreservedly.”

Brinda Carey
Author and Advocate for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse

“Dave’s passion for assisting other survivors in healing is greatly appreciated and needed in the CSA community. 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused by the age of 18 and need strong, brave voices to guide them in their healing. Dave is already doing that in his work and I will be praying for him as he writes his own experience which will help many more survivors.”

S. Peppy Bennett, LL.M., MHS.CPS
Child Advocate Coordinator & Human Trafficking Supervisor

“Dave is very passionate, well in-tuned Advocate and Executive Director. “Together We Heal” is an organization with a leader who is true to stopping abuse and finding justice for all victims. Dave is a man of great integrity and has my highest recommendation.”

Linda Salter
Consultant/Teacher at Salter Consultants/Veritas

“I have known Dave for many years and I believe he is extremely sensitive and compassionate in his dealings with others. Since he is a survivor of childhood molestation, he has a better insight into the true feelings a victim is experiencing. I therefore believe he is better equipped to nurture someone to the road of recovery. He is an excellent example that people can heal and lead a productive and meaningful life after such a horrendous experience.”

Rachel Grant
M.A. Counseling Psychology, Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach

I have had the great pleasure to work with Dave on multiple occasions and I am always struck by how conscientious and tuned in he is to the community and needs of those he is serving. He always acts with mindfulness, surrounds himself with mentors, and strives to make available the best of the best in the way of resources, information, and support. His heart is huge and he is definitely on the right path. I know you will be helped because of his heartfelt and dedicated work.

Tommy Maloney

M.A. Counseling Psychology, Sexual Abuse Recovery Coach
I was very grateful to be part of the “Every Thing for Dads Convention 2014” where David was one of the keynote speakers. David’s presentation was informative as well as moving. I would highly recommend David to speak at your event and he will not disappoint your audience with his story. You will see the world in a different light after hearing David talk just like I have.

Lynn Tolson
Author of Beyond the Tears: A True Survivor’s Story + Founder at Project 4 TEARS: Telling Everyone About Rape & Suicide

This recommendation is for David Pittman, founder of Together We Heal. I heard him speak on the Elaine Crocker radio show. Mr. Pittman has a profound message of hope and healing for survivors of child abuse, and its relationship to drug abuse. He knows his subject matter and is passionate about helping other survivors.

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