Monthly Archives: May 2014



Educating Our Inner Circle : 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

I recently had the opportunity to facilitate a training for the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence Biennial Summit on “Awareness and Engagement” practices. I was very excited to come back to my home state and share the work we’ve been engaging in to help the 1 in 6 male survivors of childhood sexual abuse. It… Learn more »

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Learning and Healing Part “29”: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

The last article I wrote was about triggers and learning new ways to address them to produce different outcomes. I called it a reclaiming of my life. I am beginning to think that it is learning what well balanced and healthy children learn as they are growing up. But as they say, better late than… Learn more »

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Plenary Address by Steve LePore of 1in6 and Rick Goodwin of 1in6 Canada: ISSTD Annual Conference

The 2014 International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD) Annual Conference will feature a plenary address by 1in6 Founder and Executive Director, Steve LePore along with The Men’s Project (1in6 Canada) Executive Director, Rick Goodwin MSW, RSW. This dynamic duo will deliver an intriguing presentation regarding their work on “Issues Facing Male Survivors… Learn more »

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1in6 Board Chair, David Lisak brings The Bristlecone Project Exhibit to this year’s ‘Annual Advocacy in Action Conference’ in Albuquerque, New Mexico (Video)

1in6 founding member and creator of The Bristlecone Project, David Lisak shares a montage of the thoughtful reactions of those who experience the “Portraits and Biographies of Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse”. “The Annual Advocacy in Action Conference conference brings together professionals from across the state of New Mexico who work for and with… Learn more »

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Mending Fences: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

I’ve always been intrigued by the different choices people make, while working to restore good boundaries in their life after an experience of abuse. Whether it’s re-establishing the broken boundary with the abusive person, or finding a safe way to relate to others, the memory of betrayed trust can complicate decisions about how to maintain safety.  When I think… Learn more »

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