There is daily conversation, people sharing opinions, past experiences and unvarnished stories, and occasional advice from professionals that have joined in on a topic, all within the context of an archive of articles on a wide range of domestic violence topics.This unique site works to connect people with similar interests, needs and experience on a massive variety of topics, one of which is domestic violence.Yes ICAN chats are facilitated by trained facilitators and cover various subjects, including teen survivors, male survivors, female survivors, physical abuse, emotional abuse, sexual abuse, incest survivors, significant others, and parenting.The following guidelines are used by Domestic to determine which books we will make available in our Recommended Books section. Hopper: Sexual Abuse of Males: Prevalence, Possible Lasting Effects, and Resources. offers practical information on the criminal justice system, including: descriptions of the roles of police officers, social service workers, attorneys, judges, and detailed explanations of each step in the process” Preview in Google Books Berendzen, Richard. General Therapeutic Considerations - Individual Therapy: The Victim Phase - Individual Therapy The Survivor Phase - Individual Therapy The Thriver Phase - Group Therapy with Male Survivors of Sexual Abus - Critical Issues in Treating Male Survivors - Counselling Adolescent Male Survivors - Therapist Issues - Resources - Appendix A Questionnaire - Appendix B Contributors - Appendix C DES - Appendix D Intervention to Manage Flashbacks - Appendix E Behaviors that Support Group Process. Pandora’s Project: For Male Survivors of Rape and Sexual Abuse. - Appendix F Dean Adolescent Inventory Scale NOTE: From the publisher: “Based on current research and the carefully evolved techniques of 41 therapists who have developed expertise in working with sexually abused males.
If you join an online conversation, please keep in mind that you should not use your real name or contact information, and only use a safe email address if one is required. Also be sure to practice Safe Surfing, so that your online activity stays confidential.
A safe and anonymous place for teens to get information and support from other teens with a chat room, covering topics such as relationships, school, depression, stress, suicide, parents, cutting, identity and health.
Chat is available M-Th PM to PM Pacific Time (except during the summer when the chat room is closed). An online forum with around 2,000,000 posts and over 70,000 members run by Pandora’s Project, which provides information, support, and resources to rape and sexual abuse survivors and their friends and family.
Operates confidential, non-public, one-on-one chats with advocates every day from AM to AM Central Time.
Also provides a hotline 365/24/7 at 1-800-799-7233 in English and Spanish.