Topic outline

  • Video resources

    Living Well’s collection of videos aimed at practitioners who work with men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse or sexual assault. Included are interviews with practitioners, recordings of past webinars, and talks done at public events.

    • Working with men who have been sexually abused

      The Living Well Introductory Practitioner Interview Series has been developed to support those meeting and working with men who have been sexually abused in childhood, and their partners, families, and friends. At Living Well we are aware that men who have been sexually abused or sexually assaulted are not only starting to speak of their experiences, but looking to access professional support to deal with the impact of child sexual abuse on their lives and relationships. We are also aware that whilst there has been a long history of developing services and support for women who have been sexually abused, development in relation to working with men who have been sexually abused has been quite limited. So too have opportunities to share knowledge and skills in working with this group of men and their partners, families and friends.
    • This symposium was presented by Griffith University and Living Well, on Thursday 12th June 2014, in celebration of International Men's Health Week. It covered current research and practice evidence about the impact of child sexual abuse on men, the difficulties they can confront in accessing support, the development of appropriate interventions, and innovations in service delivery. Watch videos of the presentations and download the powerpoint slides below.

    • Recordings of webinars previously held by Living Well. These webinars covered topics such as: Men coping with sexual abuse; Sexual abuse and sexuality; and Using mindfulness with men.

    • Take a look at these videos released by Survivors West Yorkshire from their January 2013 conference: What we know, where we are, where we could go.

    • Videos that professionals working in the areas of sexual abuse and trauma might find useful.