Cecil Murphey recounts a conversation with a man questioning the value of disclosing childhood sexual abuse. Cecil again shares the hope and healing that can come from connecting to another human being… “I’m convinced that as I enable others to understand me, I also learn to understand myself.” Read more on the Joyful Heart Foundation… Learn more »
Join us on Wednesday July 10, 2013 at 10:30AM PT for our Webinar titled, “Lasting Effects”. In this webinar, participants learn more about male survivors of sexual abuse and review the skills that enable greater insight and effectiveness when working with them.
Martha Marin reminds us of the importance of “validating and supporting men who have had abusive experiences—not for the sake of women but for the fact that boys and men are [independently] worthy.” Ms. Marin points out the importance of proper definitions concerning policies on male sexual trauma and the dire need to expand services for… Learn more »
As part of a long-term strategic plan to improve cultural competency, 1in6 is gathering great minds to help them better serve the 1 in 6 men on campus who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Cecil Murphey discusses the common frustrations experienced by so many survivors, “Why haven’t I worked through all these issues? Why am I still not healed?” He reminds us all that we are a “healing in progress”. Read more on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog.