Therapist Endorsements

As Secure in Heart has reached more and more hands, healthcare professionals and therapists have used the wisdom within to counsel and minister to clients. Here are a few of their comments.

Help your heart change and grow

What makes Secure in Heart so different from other books is that it challenges us to be "vulnerable, personal, and accessible" through trusting God. We all have unique insecurities. When we can find a story that matches our struggle, we suddenly feel validated for what has been hidden in our heart. Then trust develops quickly. We tend to open up and find that others start to relate and share their issues. This is when learning & change begins. Through the variety of shared stories, you will certainly find at least one that relates to your dilemma to help your heart change and grow with God's guidance.

– Andrea Valin, Substance Abuse Rehab Counselor, Bedford, Massachusetts

A must-read for clients, friends and family

I am recommending Secure in Heart, by Robin Weidner to my clients, friends and family, as a must read!  Robin weaves her own struggle of growing closer to God with other women's survival stories. She illustrates beautifully the Christian principle that we all have one true great love and how we must claim our heritage as daughters of God! I love her beginning of being daughters of Eve and the walk she takes us on in claiming our security in the one true comforter.

As a Marriage and Family Therapist I'm always looking for books to help women with self esteem issues, little did I know that this book would bless me so very much. Thank you Robin and your husband Dave who introduced me to your book and I think all brave men need to read this too!”
Leah Clue Vanstone, M.S., Marriage and Family Therapist, Rochelle, Illinois

If you are a licensed therapist or counselor and would like to endorse Secure in Heart, please email the Secure in Heart ministry team at

In order to use your comments on the website or in other publicity materials, please add this statement at the end: “I give Robin Weidner and Discipleship Publications, Inc. permission to use my comments for publicity purposes.”

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