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Yesterday I had an wonderful opportunity to sit in on the kick off of Center Theatre Group’s year-long Writer’s Workshop. Several prominent playwrights are invited each year to develop new material for the theatre, and I was honored to be asked by playwright Henry Ong to be a topic expert on male sexual abuse and rape. The Writer’s Salon at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City included myself, another expert, several playwrights and theatre professionals.

I was able share important statistics about male sexual abuse, dispelled the numerous myths, and hopefully helped bring awareness to this important topic. As some of you might know, I have a background in theatre myself, including my BA degree from Indiana University and several years as an actor in Chicago. What a thrill to have my two worlds come together in such a meaningful way!

Chris Tickner, MFT (at Tree of Life Healing) is a Pasadena psychotherapistchild therapist, and clinical supervisor practicing holistic psychotherapy, combining mindfulness psychotherapysomatic psychotherapyneuroscience, and good old fashion humor and compassion to form a a powerful treatment that is transformative and holistic. At Tree of Life Healing, Pasadena’s Holistic and Alternative Healing Resource, we provide an array of treatment approaches including Somatic Psychology, Jungian Psychotherapy, group therapyHakomi PsychotherapyReiki Energy TherapyShamanic Healing,Intuitive Counseling, and more.


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