Welcome to my website! I hope you will find inspiration, hope and healing here! I have devoted my career and my life to helping others, and I hope in the words, articles, interviews and links provided here, you will find help for yourself too. What I know to be true is that healing from sexual victimization, no matter what age it started or ended, is absolutely possible and achievable!
The pictures on these pages represent some of my favorite views from the beautiful places where we have hosted MaleSurvivor Weekends of Recovery. I hope to meet some of you at a future Weekend!
Editorial by Chris Anderson, Executive Director of MaleSurvivor about ESPN overstepping journalistic and human boundaries in reporting about Mike McQueary. I totally agree with Chris’s perspective.
Join me as a guest on the Elaine Crocker Bey show on Blog Talk Radio. Use this link to visit and ask questions. We’ll be talking about how male survivors of sexual victimization can find hope, healing and support.
MaleSurvivor’s last Weekend of Recovery for 2013 is in just a few weeks, Oct 18-20, in Peebles, Ohio at the beautiful Hope Springs Institute, at the peak of the fall color season. We have 8 spots remaining, and 8 of our facilitator staff will be there to assist you in finding more hope, learning more tools to empower you in your recovery, and facilitate you making important connections to your fellow brothers in recovery. To register and learn more, visit www.malesurvivor.org and click on the tab, Weekends of Recovery.
As our letter will indicate, and as you all know from my writings, teacher-student “sex” is NOT sex; it is sexual abuse, it is a betrayal of a trust that students should be able to be safe with their teachers. I will post our full letter tomorrow.
I’ll be speaking on June 19th in Traverse City, at the Great Wolf Lodge, from 9am-2 pm, at the 13th Annual Multidisciplinary Conference on Child Abuse Investigations.
Empowering Male Survivors to Break their Silence, Heal their Shame, Seek Justice and Thrive
Check out this month’s Columbus Monthly, available now on newstands and by subscription. ”Silent No More” features 3 courageous Columbus male survivors and myself sharing about our own personal journeys of hope, healing and recovery.
Or create an Adobe account and use this link to view: It will be available for the next 7 days (til June 5).
Hi everybody: I am excited to announce the spring issue of Outspoken Magazine, a resource for all survivors, features me on the cover, an interview, and introducing my new regular column for the magazine. Check it out here! I am excited too that one of the Silence Breakers, Rhett, is also featured in this issue-great interview with him too!
Thanks to the Saginaw Bay Male Survivor Task Force for sponsoring this event!