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Featured Documentaries

Boys and Men Healing
by Kathy Barbini & Simon Weinberg
A Big Voice Pictures Production, 2010

Boys and Men Healing premiered at the MaleSurvivor 12th International Conference in New York City on March 19, 2010. It was our privilege to also welcome to the conference the three courageous men who were featured in the film, Mark Crawford and David Lisak, both of whom are members of MaleSurvivor, as well as Tony Rogers and film producer Kathy Barbini.

Boys and Men Healing is an excellent education and training resource that is now being distributed throughout the United States, as well as worldwide.

 

Back on Track - Men talking about Childhood Sexual Assault

Back on Track Men talking about Childhood Sexual Assault
by SECASA (South Eastern Centre Against Sexual Assault)

Back on Track is a unique uplifting short film about the healing journeys of men who have experienced childhood sexual assault. To view a trailer of this documentary, please click on the above graphic.

Home > Conference 2014 > CFP Submission Guide

CFP Submission Guide

Instructions for Proposal Submissions: Proposals are due by 5 PM EST on March 3, 2014

A completed submission includes the following items:

  1. All proposals must be submitted electronically via the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1MQrI5u5ket3CwsYH3KalMap8JfG52fDWfxyW6xMP_dY/viewform or via regular email and forwarded to Trisha Massa at tmassa@malesurvivor.org.
  2. If you are submitting your proposal via regular email, please note the following:

  3. All proposals must be attached to the e-mail as a WORD DOCUMENT
  4. All Proposals must use double spacing, a 12” font in Times New Roman
  5. A separate cover page that includes the proposal title, the name(s) of the presenters, and contact information for the primary (first) author of the proposal
  6. All proposals must include the resume or curriculum vitae of all presenters
  7. Proposals include the title of the presentation but NOT the name(s) of the authors
  8. Proposals should be no more than 350 words in length
  9. Proposals need to include an outline of how and in what order material will be presented
  10. Proposals need to include four objectives in the form: Following this presentation, participants will be able to…
  11. All proposal submissions need to select and identify a topic area from one of the choices listed below:

INT = International Work with refugees, the trafficked and prisoners of war

INS=Sexual Abuse within Institutions- educational, religious, athletic, military, child welfare, health care and criminal justice organizations

PEA=Psychotherapeutic and Expressive Arts Approaches to Healing

PJH=Personal Journeys of Healing

MSA=Managing Substance Abuse and Self-Medication

FHG=Fatherhood as a Healing, Challenge, and Opportunity for Growth

CIP=Creative Inclusion & Support of Partners