Kelly Wilson and Chris Jacobsen are the team behind PTSD Parent. We give permission for any and all of the information below to be used to promote the website, podcast, books, and videos. We are available for interviews and guest posts, and Kelly loves visiting blogs and performing and speaking for different groups – just email us at email@example.com or drop a note at the PTSD Parent Contact Page.
Bios and Headshots
Kelly’s Bio –
Kelly Wilson is an author and comedian who entertains and inspires with stories of humor, healing, and hope. Kelly has published a wide range of work for both children and adults. Her latest book, Caskets From Costco, has been chosen as a finalist in the 18th annual Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards, the 10th annual National Indie Excellence Book Awards, and the 2016 Readers’ Favorite International Book Award Contest. As a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, Kelly writes and speaks about finding hope in the process of recovery. She has been diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, and anxiety. She is the founder of PTSD Parent, a website and podcast that educates, supports, and inspires all people living with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in their homes and families. Kelly currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon. Read more about her at www.wilsonwrites.com.
Chris’s Bio –
Chris is a multimedia producer who loves to craft and share stories in ways that make them attainable, accessible, and engaging to the world at large. Using still photography, video, and audio production, Chris has captured and shared stories of individuals and organizations in the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, India, Uganda, South Africa and Armenia. He has cultivated a deep love for culture and for communicating the intricacies and nuances of navigating life across social, economic, and racial lines. Chris lives in Portland with his beautiful wife, and three kids. His wife is a lifelong 49ers fan, but Chris will not give up desperately trying to turn his children into fans of the Dallas Cowboys. Let’s just say, it’s not going well. Find out more about Chris at www.thecreativelounge.net.