“In my early professional years I was asking the question: How can I treat, or cure, or change this person? Now I would phrase the question in this way: How can I provide a relationship which this person may use for his own personal growth?”
― Carl R. Rogers
Therapist Directory – MaleSurvivor’s Therapist Directory connects survivors of sexual abuse with hundreds of mental health professionals across the United States and in a handful of international locations. The clinicians listed here have told us that they work with male survivors of sexual abuse and asked to be listed in our directory.
(Therapists: see below for how to get listed.)
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We highly recommend that you verify credentials and experience before employing any of the therapists or mental health care professionals provided in a list by MaleSurvivor. We highly recommend you also educate yourself on best clinical practices before beginning work with a mental health professional. Please consult A Consumer’s Guide To Therapist Shopping for more information.
Please note – Inclusion in this directory is NOT an endorsement of these clinicians by MaleSurvivor, nor is it an indication the person listed has received training from MaleSurvivor. This resource is provided free of charge as a public service for the survivor community. MaleSurvivor is not responsible for the quality of services provided by these therapists or other mental health care professionals.
Therapists: Are you a mental health professional who works with male survivors? Please consider joining our resources directory. Joining is free. We do ask professionals to provide proof of licensure and insurance in order to be added to our directory. Look for the Not Yet Registered link on the Resource Directory Login page.
Do you need to update information in your listing? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org