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What is a divorce recovery retreat?


     Need healing from a bad divorce? If it's a recent divorce or if it's been 10 years,  you may have issues from your divorce that affect many other areas of your life. Weekend retreats are a place to get away and deal with these hurts and finally move on with a healthy life perspective.  You will experience teaching sessions related specifically to divorce, raising children of divorce, forgiveness of the past and moving forward to live a productive life filled with joy and peace again. Meet others who are experiencing the same feelings and issues that you are being challenged with as you connect and heal together. 


Expect to come and experience a refreshing weekend on a secluded ranch with nature, which is renewing to body and soul. 


Divorce can be very lonely, but let me assure you, there are others who have walked through this difficult path, as well. We desire to give you the insight and tools that we gained through time and experience.  


Hear from Christian counselors as you receive practical insight on going forward in this season. Receive prayer from our staff as we seek God for your healing and future. 

Meet The Team


Todd Adkins

Todd Adkins is President of Divorce Recovery Retreat.(DRR), providing overall leadership, ensuring the organization's activities are compliant and in furtherance of its mission. 

Mr. Adkins has over 25 years of business leadership experience for top defense contractors in multinational environments. He is currently Director of Special Programs for a large global satellite communication company. He designs and leads multi-million dollar projects in the development of new and complex manned and unmanned aircraft. Mr. Adkins previously served as Director of Advanced Cyber Solutions operating unit while at Northrop Grumman, where he had sole responsibility for profit and loss (P&L) of the operating unit. Mr. Adkins has led small teams and entire business units totaling 600 people.  

The US Army is where his career began. He served at the Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe as a communications specialist. Mr. Adkins also supported CENTCOM and the Joint Chiefs of Staff during his service in Desert Shield/Desert Storm. He was selected to become a member of the White House Communications Team in support of presidential communications. 

Mr. Adkins holds a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science in Communication's Engineering. He currently holds a commercial pilot's license and flight instructor certificate.


Corina Whitehead

ICorina Whitehead was born and raised in SC and continues to reside there. She is mother to 3 sons, which has always been her favorite and primary job. She has worked as a Realtor, store manager, preschool director, outside sales and currently as owner of Carolina Food Tours.  

Ms. Whitehead has a Bachelor's of Science degree in Psychology from Wofford College. 

She is also a graduate of Bible Study Fellowship, which is a 7 year program of expository teaching of the Bible. She has spent many years as a lay counselor on the Care Team at her church. 

Corina has a passion to help individuals of divorce and understands the stressors of divorce first-hand. She desires to come alongside people who are hurting and at their lowest to share the hope that Jesus Christ can give. 

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Judy Clevinger

Judy Clevinger resides in Cynthiana, a quaint town in central Kentucky. She is the mother of 3 grown children and the grandmother of 3 young girls. She has been married for 36 years. 

Judy has a Bachelor's of Science degree and a Master's degree focusing on the young child. She has been explicitly trained in brain research and child psychology. She has recently retired after teaching 30 years in the public school system. She has also taught many methods classes for Midway College.

Mrs. Clevinger has written Christian curriculum for children and trained adults in discipline strategies and coping skills. 

Judy has co-led a Bible study group for women for the last 10 years. She has a passion for studying scripture and her favorite study has been "Breaking Free" by Beth Moore. 

Even though Ms. Clevinger has not experienced divorce, she has seen first- hand how it has affected members of her family. She, also, has seen how it has affected the children she has served over the years. Her marriage, like all marriages, has its scars. She is willing to share her stories in hopes that others can be healed. Judy trusts her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ to use her however He chooses. 

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