Resources I Find Helpful
On this page, these are resources I find helpful. There are many out there, but the ones I list here are things that I have personally used. This is based upon my experiences.
I was trying to build pages of resources in general that could be potentially helpful, but it became a spam email magnet. People would constantly hound me to push their "organization or product" but most of the time, these fell short of aligning with my goals and purpose.
If you have something that you want to bring my attention to, please contact me and let me know. I'm extremely picky what goes up on this site and what does not. If you have resources I find helpful, you can bet I'll tell the world about it.
Trauma Healing Resources
Unified Therapy, created by Dr. Paul Canali to help heal trauma, anxiety, and life's challenges. I have discussed Dr. Paul Canali's work on my life through my blog and in my book. He has been instrumental in helping me heal from Conversion Disorder, the effects of trauma and child abuse along with anxiety.
Child Sexual Abuse Resources
Male Survivor Organization
The Male Survivor Organization is an excellent place for men that have been sexually abused as children. You will find support, a forum as well as places for professionals and survivors and many resources.
Mental Health Resources
Why I List Resources
When I first started dealing with all that I had been through (read my book to learn more), there was no online social media like today. I often felt very alone. If it wasn't for the help of places like Voices and Male Survivor, it would have been more difficult. There was also another message board in the early days called MASSF. Unfortunately, Voices and MASSF are no longer around to help.
There are many times that I see people hurting or they come to me and I'm just not sure where to send them. I struggle to keep up with everyone out there. So, I wanted to make a page on this site that is dedicated to resources that help others in the area of mental health issues, Conversion Disorder, child abuse, psychological abuse and overall alternative therapy.
Most of the resources listed here are from people I have met. There's no way for me to evaluate their effectiveness, but maybe by my listing them here, it gives you a starting point for your own journey.
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