Men’s Trauma Centre -Related Reading



reading for survivors,

available from

Victims No Longer:

The Classic Guide for Men Recovering from Sexual Child Abuse

(2nd ed.). Mike Lew. 

Harper & Row Publishers, New York, N.Y. 1990.  This is

written to the male survivor and is very accessible.  It is

also useful for the clinician. 

The Sexual Healing Journey: A Guide for

Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Wendy Maltz.  Harper Collins Publishers,

New York, N.Y. 1991.  This book is useful for

survivors and especially for sex addicts.  A  number of pencil and paper

exercises are included. 


Boys/Mending Men 

Stephen D. Grubman-Black.  Blue Ridge Summit, PA, 2002. 

Accessible to survivors.


Courage to Heal Workbook: For Women and Men Survivors of

Child Sexual Abuse

Laura Davis.  Harper & Row, New York, N.Y. 1990. Couples may

also find this useful to work through


Allies in Healing: When the

Person You Love Was Sexually Abused as a Child 

Laura Davis. Harper Collins, 1991, New York.  A support book

for partners. 

Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims of Sexual Abuse

Mic Hunter. 

Fawcett Columbine, New York 1990.

The Myth of Male Power: Why

Men Are the Disposable Sex 

Warren Farrell. Berkley, New York, 1993.   This book exposes

the depth of socialized denial of male victimization, and

illustrates one major reason why male survivors are

invisible and why it is so difficult for them to disclose.

In the Jaws of the Black

Dogs: A Memoir of Depression 

John Bentley Mays.  Viking, Toronto, 1995. 

Beyond Betrayal: Taking Charge of Your Life after Boyhood

Sexual Abuse

by Richard B. Gartner (Mar 30 2005)

I Don�t want to Talk About

It:  Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male Depression 

Terrence Real, Scribner, New York, 1997. 

Why Am I Still So Afraid? 

Understanding PTSD 

John W. Barnhill & R.K.Rosen.  New York: Dell, 1999.


For Further Reading on these topics:

National Clearinghouse on Family Violence



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