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MaleSurvivor strongly suggests you read A Consumer's Guide to Therapist Shopping. These steps can provide you with another way to empower yourself and prevent yourself from being victimized again.
Disclaimer - MaleSurvivor's resource Directory is a free guide provided for the benefit of users. Listing in this directory does not imply endorsement by MaleSurvivor. For more information see below.
Clinicians & Other Practitioners in the United States/Canada
Clinicians & Other Practitioners in Other Countries
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The MaleSurvivor Resource Directory was created to provide a directory of professionals wishing to offer services to male sexual abuse survivors. We hope this will provide survivors with a good starting point in their search for professionals who have indicated an interest in working with them. Unfortunately, due to the costs involved, no attempt is made by MaleSurvivor to do background investigations, police checks, or to do any level of checking into a person's level of expertise, scope of professional competence and/or malpractice history, although we do make an initial check for proof of insurance, licensure, and for unlicensed persons we check proof of current membership in a professional organization. MaleSurvivor does request that each professional comply with their own professional code of ethics, but no attempt is made by MaleSurvivor to check the accuracy of their compliance.
MaleSurvivor strongly recommends that you do your own checking. You can contact the licensing agency of the professional and/or the professional organizations to which they belong to learn if there have been complaints lodged against him or her. You can ask other survivors you know for professional references, recognizing that finding the right therapist is a very individual matter and your needs may be very different from those of someone else.