Arukah’s mission is to provide women who have experienced having an abortion with resources to embark on their healing journey. Through Arukah’s post-abortion healing program women are equipped to overcome the trauma they are facing.
At Arukah our trained faith-based counselors are dedicated to helping you on your restoration journey
MEET OUR COUNSELORS
Audrey Brooks is a Board-Certified Christian Counselor, a Pastor, Author, and Master Life Coach. She is the CEO/Founder of Brooks Counseling Services and a non-profit Women Empowering Women Inc. With over 35 years' experience in leadership and a purpose-filled passion to inspire and ignite forward movement, Audrey empowers leaders to shift from past to purpose.
In 2013, Audrey founded Women Empowerment Women, a non-profit organization to help increase confidence, provide support and offer the necessary tools for continued growth both personal and professional.In 2014, she founded Brooks Counseling Services, a faith-based support service that integrates biblical and psychotherapy principleThrough the Brooks Counseling Services, Audrey started the "Release the Hurt Support Group"; a haven for women to talk open and honest about their feelings.
Audrey is a native of Winnfield, Louisiana, married over 37 years and the mother of three children: one son and two daughters.
Ms. Quincy Thompson is a native of Mobile, AL and recently relocated to Fort Worth, TX. She has a long term career in the healthcare field with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Auburn University. She also obtained a Master’s Degree in Social Work from The University of Alabama. Her area of expertise include crisis and grief counseling, hospice case management, and child welfare advocate.
Quincy recently joined in fellowship with Social Dallas under the leadership of Pastor Robert Madu in Dallas, TX, where she serves with the hospitality team. She is currently training under Dr. Dharius Daniels with Daniel’s Den Mentoring and Coaching Program
Quincy’s passion is empowering women to walk with confidence in the fullness of who God has created them to be. She considers herself a foodie and in her leisure, she enjoys being in nature, traveling, and reading. She is also the proud mother of a daughter who currently attends Auburn University.
He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness For His name’s sake.
Going into my journey with Arukah I was very depressed and thought about my abortion multiple times a day. The experience with the counselors, materials given, and support of the other women who had similar experiences really helped me overcome. I no longer felt alone, I was able to forgive myself, and learn to love myself again. For any woman who has experienced an abortion I would definitely recommend Arukah.