Far too often healing the body is is the last consideration when healing from abuse and trauma. Today, as part of our continued outreach for our films Boys and Men Healing and The Healing Years, we’re grateful for this insightful guest blog by Don St. John, Ph.D., a somatic-relational psychotherapist and Continuum Movement teacher and […]
In our continued outreach for our films Boys and Men Healing from childhood sexual abuse and The Healing Years, we invite leaders in the field to share new insights on healing from trauma and childhood sexual abuse. We’re honored today to share a Q & A with Gretchen Schmelzer, PhD, a licensed psychologist trained as […]
We will send a message: We were wounded. Now we thrive. We are your neighbors, your fathers, and your sons. In the last of our summer series on self-care and thriving, we’re grateful for this week’s feature interview with David Lisak as he shares his beautiful and profound photo project, The Bristelcone Project. Bristlecone […]
Guest Post by Roger A. Canaff Legal Expert, Anti-Violence & Child Protection Advocate August 13, 2014 Healing can, thankfully, take many forms over a long and perhaps perpetual journey. The trick, I think, is to embrace the ride as something more joyful in its own right rather than a task. Thriving is what then […]
Healing from childhood sexual abuse requires courage, but thriving is the prize.