Resources

New York 2020: The rebirth of a conference about healing, comradery and commitment

MaleSurvivor forged a commitment to men healing from trauma from the very start — not just by creating a place where they could be heard, recognized, validated, and supported, but also by providing a platform for healing online and in person. Our biennial conferences offered opportunities for sharing, learning, educating, and healing. The conferences established. . .

Welcome to the All-New MaleSurvivor.org

As you’ve certainly noticed by now, we’ve significantly upgraded the MaleSurvivor website, offering new services, new programs — but the biggest change is the way we’re engaging with you. We’ve enhanced our discussion forum and chat room platform. It’s all readily usable on any device: laptops, tablets, Android and IOS smartphones, and, of course, desktop. . .

A Consumer Guide To Therapists

Note: For simplicity sake, all references to gender will be he or him but it is acknowledged that many therapists who work with male survivors are female, and are likely to be as competent (or incompetent) as male therapists. Looking for a good therapist? Interested in changing your present therapist? It’s not a simple thing. . .

Demystifying Research (video)

Let Your Voice Have Impact: Demystifying Research, by Amy E. Ellis, Ph.D., clarifies and explains research methodology and the scientific method. This video is a web-based training designed for trauma survivors to demystify research and present an introduction to research design and methodology, data collection, analysis and interpretation. The roles and responsibilities of involvement as trauma survivors. . .