For those who struggle, it is a nightmare.  For those who have had their lives torn apart because a loved one committed suicide, the pain continues.  The questions continue.  Suicide of a loved one often destroys the lives of those left behind.

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Thursday, October 15, 2009

Male Survivor 2010 Conference

National Organization against Male Sexual Victimization

Date: March 18 – 21, 2010
Place: John Jay College of Criminal Justice • New York City
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Plan on attending our next, even more groundbreaking conference in 2010. It promises to be, as it always has been, a transformative experience. Here’s just a sampling…

All-day Institutes with:
• Mike Lew
• Steve LePore and Rick Goodwin
• Ken Followell and Daniel Blausey
• Mikele Rauch
• Tony Rodriguez and Mari Lee
• Denise Hien
• Richard Gartner and Ernesto Mujica

Featured Speakers:
• Dominic Carter: Prominent New York City newscaster, author of No Momma’s Boy
• Robert Oxnam: China scholar and former president of the Asia Society, author of the memoir A Fractured Mind
• Victor Vieth: Executive Director of National Child Protection Training Center
• Ken Adams: Author of Silently Seduced and When He’s Married to Mom
• Howard Fradkin: Director of MaleSurvivor’s Weekends of Recovery program
• Larry Lessig: Renowned law professor, author and advocate for accountability

Special themes:
• Advocacy
• Abuse within Institutions (religious, educational, military, and correctional)
• Addictions
• Treatment

CEs are being administered by IVAT
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