A Group For Men: Adult Male Survivors of Clergy/Priest Sexual Abuse

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A Group For Men: Adult Male Survivors of Clergy/Priest Sexual Abuse

I’m happy to announce the formation of a new support group: “A Group for Men: Adult Male Survivors of Clergy/Sexual Abuse.”

We will begin meetings on Tuesday, August 12th from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m., and will meet at 4101 Birney Ave. Moosic PA 18517

This group is designed to help facilitate healing for individuals who have been affected by abuse by a member of the clergy.

Here, we will work with individuals in learning about their trauma and in facilitating the development of new skills so that life can, once again, be a good and peaceful place.

The group will be facilitated by Sara Grier, LCSW, CCPT and Joanne Judge, LSW. You can read more about their experience and specialties here.

Although it would be helpful for us to know that you are coming, pre-registration is not required. Come to listen, share or just for the coffee. As always, your privacy and confidentiality are very important to us.

When: Starts August 12th (Tuesday), 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.

(And will meet on following Tuesdays).

Where:

4101 Birney Ave.

Moosic, PA 18517

(click for Google maps)

Group Objectives:

*Learn to manage frustration and anger in appropriate and productive ways

*Develop appropriate and helpful coping skills

*Learn to deal with guilt and shame, grief and loss

Materials Provided:

*Workbooks

*Journals

*Worksheets

This group is sponsored by John G. Kuna, Psy.D. & Associates and New Path Therapy. Please share for those who may be interested.

Kenny Luck
Kenny Luck
Kenny Luck is an author and educator from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. A graduate of Marywood University in Scranton, PA, Luck holds a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and graduated with a Master's Degree in Education from the same institution in 2010. He has written for local publications such as The Weekender. His published work includes: Thumbing Through Thoreau (2010), NEPATIZED (2011), and 101 Facts of Love (2014). Luck has worked in public relations and media, and has taught college-level writing courses at several colleges and universities around Northeastern Pennsylvania. In 2010, he was voted "Best Author" by Electric City readers.

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