Lyschel Burket, PCC, FRLC, APSATS-c, ADOH, has been working with women since 2008 as they take steps toward healing and their pursuit of God. She has facilitated support groups specific to partners of sex addicts since 2013 both locally in Knoxville, TN and online through Vicki Tiede Ministries.
Lyschel is the Lead Hope Caster and Founder of Hope Redefined. She desires to be a part of something so much bigger than herself as she continues to expand the reach of support for women who are facing similar things to her own recovery story. She and her husband, Garren, have five kiddos. Lyschel and Garren have been on the road of recovery since 2006.
Amy Nagy, CPLC, CPC-C, began facilitating support groups for wives in 2017 with Hope Redefined and in May of 2019 completed her education and training to become a Certified Professional Life Coach. She is currently in the process of obtaining her APSATS certification as a Partner Trauma Coach (CPC-C candidate). Her focus in wellness was born out of 12 years of personal experience, research, and practice in achieving optimal health and wellness while navigating a highly stressful home situation complicated by an auto-immune condition. She has a passion for helping other women who struggle to heal from trauma while living with chronic illness. She has four beautiful children.
Marisha Robinson, LMSW, holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Tennessee. She has provided individual and group therapy in schools, community agencies, hospitals, and in private practice at Ebenezer Counseling Serivces. At Hope Redefined, she develops curricululm, teaches, and facilitates groups and retreats. In her work, she combines a solid Christian perspective with professional expertise in order to bring hope and help to those who are hurting. Although she has enjoyed working in many areas over the years, her greatest passion is found in helping women heal from the trauma of sexual betrayal. Marisha and her husband, Roby, have been married since 2000 and have two teenage children.
Shawna Meek, CPC, PCC, APSATS-CPC, truly understands the roots of attachment distress in a marriage, even after addiction sobriety. Her personal story began in 2000, and after many years of mentoring women, she knew the Lord was calling her to an extensive coaching training program and ultimately APSATS as a certified partner coach. She is passionate about supporting women as they face specific challenges on this journey, including boundaries during separation and divorce, abuse and gaslighting, therapeutic disclosure preparation, intimacy anorexia and deprivation, and emotional and sexual reintegration.
Shawna and her husband, Kevin, live in Gilbert, Arizona, and have a story of God’s incredible redemption following separation, divorce, re-marriage and betrayal. They have four amazing kiddos ranging from elementary school age to a young adult in college – both biological and adopted. She knows the Lord has a mighty plan in all our stories, and no matter the outcome, He will bring hope even when it seems there is no hope.
Julie Palmer is the Virtual Assistant and Online Communities Manager for Hope Redefined. She assists the team with general operations as well as manages the social media and online content. She posts regular content to the general Hope Online community, Facebook groups and Instagram as well as assist members with navigation and registrations.
She and her husband, Aaron, have been married since 2009 and have two awesome kids.
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