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PART 2: Male Sexual Trauma & Recovery: From Conceptualization & Engagement

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This training on male sexual trauma includes core intervention skills and strategies for front-line workers to use with male survivors

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For those of us who have joined Rick for Day 1 of Male Sexual Healing and Recovery, please join us for Day 2!

The theory of day one transitions into practical strategies in day two, including:

  • cognitive and psychodynamic engagement strategies in working with male survivors
  • lectures, role plays, dramatic presentations and group discussion.
  • the intrapsychic/interpersonal dynamics of dysfunction and trauma
  • conceptualizing men’s rage and violence
  • sexually dysregulated behaviours
  • The day finishes on strengths-based therapeutic approaches and multi-faceted reflections of men’s healing

Rick Goodwin, MSW, RSW

Rick is a clinician and trainer on issues concerning men’s mental health. Much of his work over the past 20 years has focused on male sexual trauma – managing both regional and national initiatives in Canada. Additionally, he is the clinical trainer for the American non profit organization 1in6, Inc., where he conducts training for professionals on issues of trauma and recovery as well as facilitates their online trauma recovery group programming.

His training work on engagement strategies concerning gender, violence and trauma has taken him throughout Canada and the USA as well as Jamaica, England, Japan, Guam, South Korea, Cambodia, New Zealand and India.

Among his publications, Rick co-authored Men & Healing: Theory, Research and Practice with Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (2009) – a guidebook is now being used to formulate services internationally. He also co-authored the Australian guidebook Foundations (2017) and contributed to three other edited books on trauma recovery. Additionally, Rick was the author for Health Canada in their investigation concerning the correlation between men’s experience of HIV and sexual violence.

Rick is the inaugural recipient of the Attorney General’s Award of Distinction for his work in “developing and implementing innovative victim service programs” (2007).

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