Who We Are & What We Do
icuTalks is committed to ending the stigma against mental health within ourselves, the church, and our communities. We do this through various community events, workshops, and outreaches. By creating safe, vulnerable, and healing environments, we want everyone to know they are worthy of God's love.
We are committed to changing the narrative within ourselves, the Church, and communities in an effort to abolish the stigma against mental health.
To create a safe, vulnerable, healing
environment through authentic sharing
of God’s redeeming love.
We Are Affirming
We affirm LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, intersex, ally/asexual), people of all genders, non-genders, and orientations. All are welcome.
Meet the Board
Kim Honeycutt founded her private practice in 2005, where as a psychotherapist and trauma recovery consultant, Kim provides individual services that are open to all seeking emotional healing. Kim was rated second in a "best list" of psychotherapists by Charlotte Fitness Lifestyles.
Kathy Davis lives in Denver, NC with her husband and two sons. She works as a CAD engineer in the semiconductor industry. Her history with overt spiritual warfare as well as depression and anxiety has led her to icuTalks, and she hopes to bring Christian awareness to the reality of both these issues, so that people can find full healing among God’s people.
He currently serves as Fractional CFO for several Charlotte businesses, leading them to growth and financial health.
Kurt has seen first-hand the impact of emotional and mental struggles and the need for a supportive community and an always-present Father and is incredibly grateful to be a part of this very important endeavor.
I truly love the mission of icuTalks of helping to end the stigma of mental health within our community. This ministry has helped me reestablish the broken relationship between my mother and me. When I felt like I wasn't seen, icuTalks reassured me that not only am I seen, but I'm valued, and I'm a child of God. My husband and I live in the Cornelius area, and we have a beautiful daughter.
Heather is a Baylor grad and mother of two. After the death of her son to depression, she has made it her mission to end the stigma of mental health, and help others of faith respond appropriately to the needs of those affected by depression and trauma.
Community & Speaking Events
We are so happy you’re interested in getting involved with icuTalks. There are so many ways for you to help, and we truly appreciate each and every effort. By lending your support, you’ll become a valuable part of our team and help strengthen our mission of ending the stigma of mental health.
Our strength is amplified with collective action, and you can help make a difference. The support we receive is a huge driver of the good work we do in addressing mental health.