“Always give yourselves fully to the work of the Lord, because you know that your labor in the Lord is not in vain.” 1 Cor. 15:58b

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Sponsored by STCH Ministries Family Counseling and the Blanche Davis Moore Foundation

Thursday, August 08, 2019
at the University of Houston – Victoria
3007 N. Ben Wilson St, Victoria, Texas 77901

For more information call 361.575.5151
or email victoria_counseling@stchm.org.


8:00 am Registration
8:30 am Welcome
8:45 am Break
9:15 am Breakout session 1
10:15 am Break
10:30 am Breakout session 2
11:30 am Break
12:00 pm Lunch & Keynote Speaker
1:00 pm Break
1:30 pm Breakout session 3
2:30 pm Break
2:45 pm Breakout session 4
3:45 pm Break
4:00 pm Breakout session 5
5:00 pm Conference Ends


  • Conflict Resolution
  • Helping Children of Divorce
  • Reporting Abuse & Neglect
  • Surviving Dysfunctional Families
  • Marriage
  • Adult Attachment
  • Grief in Kids
  • Millennials and How to Reach Them
  • Self-Compassion
  • Making Sense of Nonsense: The Teenage Brain
  • Play Therapy
  • Burn Out/Compassion Fatigue
  • How to promote resiliency in kids
  • Self-Injury
  • Every Life Matters: Suicide Awareness
  • Trauma Effects
  • Working with Distressed Individuals
  • Dementia/Alzheimer’s
  • Choose Joy
  • Anxiety in Kids
  • Managing ADHD – Behavioral Strategies
  • Social Media: Real Dangers, Real Solutions
  • Addiction: Internet/Phone/Video Gaming/Pornography
  • Porn? Not my Kid
  • Defending your Home
  • Sex Trafficking
  • Setting Boundaries without Guilt

Headliner: Comedian Melissa Radke

Melissa’s online videos have reached over 65 million people on her Facebook page alone and she has amassed a following of more than 350K across social media. Radke is consistent to say the least. In a little over a year she created over 80 videos with 100K views or more and 10 videos that have gone viral with over 1 million views. Melissa’s ‘Upside Down French Braid’ video is close to the 10 million views threshold and her ‘Red Ribbon’ video has been viewed over 100 million times across multiple websites and media outlets.
Radke hails from East Texas, but she spent over 15 years of her life in Nashville, TN pursuing her dream of singing and performing. Melissa graduated from Belmont University with a Bachelor of Commercial Music Performance and a Minor in Jazz and Blues Music. She spent her time in Nashville as a session singer for both Christian and Country Artists.
With a love of writing about real life, parenting and the importance of learning our identity, Melissa’s national bestselling book, entitled Eat Cake. Be Brave., released last July through Grand Central Publishing / Hachette Book Group.
Radke is also bringing family-friendly entertainment to our televisions on the USA Network premiering June 4th immediately following Chrisley Knows Best. Her new show, The Radkes, is an unscripted sitcom that will focus on her big loud southern family and all of their charm.
Melissa’s new podcast, Ordinary People. Ordinary Things. premiered at #1 in her category and has garnered rave reviews with over 97% five star ratings. With already well over a half of a million downloads you can expect to see Melissa continuing to stay in the top 5% off all podcasts across the board.
Melissa has always been destined for the stage, so for the last several years she has traveled all over the United States bringing laughter and encouragement to civic organizations, hospitals, schools, corporate events, churches and women gatherings.

Participants will earn up to 6 CEU credits while learning about resources for dealing with tough topics and mental health issues. The iCare conference is for everyone who helps others through difficult situations in life.

Healing Hearts and Sharing Hope