Responding to Male Sexual Trauma
Professional Webinar by Jim Struve - 2 CEU's
Recognizing & Responding to Male Sexual Trauma Webinar
This 2 hour webinar, provided by the Mormon Mental Health Association in collaboration with Jim Struve, will provide an overview of issues concerning the sexual victimization of males. Included will be a definition of terms, a focus on sharing the truths and debunking the myths surrounding male sexual victimization, how to assess for a possible history of sexual trauma as a child or an adult, and an overview of clinical dynamics and healing strategies for male survivors. Jim will elaborate on effective treatment approaches and show what strengths may arise along the healing path.
Objectives for this Webinar:
1. Participants will be able to identify 3 truths and myths that impact our understanding of male sexual trauma.
2. Participants will be able to identify 3 strengths/assets of male survivors,
3. Participants will be able to identify common stages of recovery for male survivors.
4. Participants will be able to identify at least 3 tools they can use to facilitate healing for male survivors.
Those who complete the webinar will receive 2 CEU credits from NASW and the cost of purchase for this is $25 To purchase this webinar please see pay pal link below. Once we receive your payment we will email you the webinar link within 24 hrs.
Jim Struve Bio
Jim Struve, LCSW has been a practicing social worker since 1976. He is currently a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in private practice in Salt Lake City, providing psychotherapy services to individuals, couples, and groups. He also provides supervision and consultation services to other clinicians.
With special attention to mindful presence in the healing relationship, Jim works with a wide range of client issues. Throughout his adult life, Jim has embraced an active commitment to community service by volunteering with numerous nonprofit community agencies. Jim has a long history of active involvement in the development of resources for men who have encountered sexual trauma. Jim regularly conducts workshops and groups and he has several publications about topics related to male sexual abuse.