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Why Rape and Trauma Survivors Have Fragmented and Incomplete Memories

A Time Op-ed by 1in6 Board Chair David Lisak, Ph.D. and James Hopper, Ph.D. December 9, 2014 James Hopper, Ph.D., trains investigators, prosecutors, judges and military commanders on the neurobiology of sexual assault. David Lisak, Ph.D., is a forensic consultant, researcher, national trainer and the board president of 1in6. In the midst of assault, the brain’s fear circuitry takes over… Learn more »

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December 2014 Newsletter

December 1, 2014 Dear Friends, Happy Holidays! In eight short years, 1in6 has established itself as a leading voice engaging individuals and organizations to enhance understanding about the far-reaching consequences of untreated childhood sexual abuse for men and for those who care about them. We could not be more thankful for the opportunity to serve and for those that have partnered with… Learn more »

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Happy Thanksgiving! 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

Happy Thanksgiving! In eight short years, 1in6 has established itself as a leading voice engaging individuals and organizations to enhance understanding about the far-reaching consequences of untreated childhood sexual abuse for men and for those who care about them. We could not be more thankful for the opportunity to serve and for those that have partnered with us to… Learn more »

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The Emotional Pain Body, Part 1: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

PART 1: My favorite psychological author is not a psychologist (although he has studied psychology, along with philosophy and literature). As a spiritual director and thought leader, Eckhart Tolle is beyond definition—he is not affiliated with any particular religion. In his books (The Power of Now and A New Earth) he introduces what he calls the “painbody.” In… Learn more »

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Numb: 1in6 Thursdays on the Joyful Heart Foundation Blog

I loved my wife very much and she was seriously ill. We had been involved in a serious car crash (my fault), and the doctor didn’t expect her to survive. (Shirley lived, but that’s another story.) As I sat by her bedside in the hospital, I felt nothing. I was emotionally numb. What’s wrong with me? I asked myself. This is… Learn more »

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