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What Comes After Connection?
This then becomes the work of therapy: connecting in the service of developing and internalizing these capacities. Continue reading
How to Avoid an Abuser: Understanding Grooming
What about adult survivors of childhood abuse who have a pattern of difficult relationships in adulthood? How do they learn to break the cycle? Continue reading
Posted in Abuse, Childhood Abuse, Complex Trauma, Dissociation, Intimate Partner Violence, Mental Health, Psychologist, Relationships, Trauma Tagged Abusers, Boundaries, Childhood Abuse, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Jerry Sandusky, Mental Health, Predators, Psychotherapy, Relationships, The Gift of Fear, Trauma, Trauma Survivors 15 Comments
200 Men Part 2: Male Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
My thoughts on the second part of Oprah’s special about male survivors of sexual abuse. Continue reading
Posted in Abuse, Childhood Abuse, Health, Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Men, Mental Health, Psychologist, Relationships, Sexual Abuse, Therapy, Trauma Tagged 200 Men, child, Childhood Abuse, Connection, Dr. Howard Fradkin, Healing, Male Survivors, Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse, Men, Oprah, Oprah Winfrey, Oprah Winfrey Show, Relationships, Sexual Abuse, Trauma, Trauma Survivors, Trauma Therapy, Tyler Perry 17 Comments
Assessing Suicide Risk
New objective tests for assessing suicide risk have me thinking about assessment and what comes next for trauma survivors who are suicidal: giving hope to the hopeless, finding meaning in the context of relationship Continue reading
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