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Talking about trauma: as is so often the case in healing, it is a matter of when, how and to whom. Continue reading
In which I review the 10 most read posts of 2010 at Treating Trauma. Continue reading
Challenging myths about male survivors of sexual abuse to decrease stigma Continue reading
Male survivors of sexual abuse continue to experience stigma that makes it difficult to seek the help they need. Of course this is true for all abuse survivors! In addition, cultural stereotypes about men and masculinity compound the situation for boys and men. Although it is estimated that as many as 1 in 6 men have had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences before age 16, many people still in denial that boys can be sexually abuse. Or they minimize the impact. The show, 200 Men, powerfully dispels both myths. Continue reading