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#46606 - 05/14/05 11:40 PM moving to Kentucky
cant_remember Offline

Registered: 02/26/05
Posts: 1057
Hey everybody,

I've been living in New York City for the last 4 years, but I'm moving back to Kentucky (where I grew up) in a few weeks.

My T in NYC has been terrific, as he has written an important book on the subject of men dealing with CSA as adults. I'm ready to take a break from therapy for a few weeks/months, but I'm curious if anyone knows any T's in Kentucky.

I'm aware of "The Farm," which was set up for clergy abuse survivors, but since I don't fall into this category, I'm hoping there's more. At least some T's that aren't completely ignorant of the subject.

Thanks for answering what is probably a long shot...

Recovery is possible. Hang in there, brothers.

#46607 - 05/15/05 03:43 AM Re: moving to Kentucky
Bill_1965 Offline
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Registered: 06/29/03
Posts: 1983
Loc: Flint, Michigan
Have you asked your current T if he could help you locate an appropiate T in the area you are moving to?

Pain is Temporary; Quitting lasts Forever. - Lance Armstrong

#46608 - 05/15/05 04:51 AM Re: moving to Kentucky
cant_remember Offline

Registered: 02/26/05
Posts: 1057
yes, and as a typical new yorker, he can barely find Kentucky on a map. He's a great guy, but his professional organization doesn't have any kentucky members.

Recovery is possible. Hang in there, brothers.

#46609 - 05/15/05 05:05 AM Re: moving to Kentucky
demonboi Offline

Registered: 05/14/05
Posts: 228
Loc: East Coast
oi, the new topic button and reply button are too close together.

isn't there a part of this whole website, like on the main page that helps find a therapist? I hope you find one you like, if you don't when you go in you can become a ninja and sneak away. ;\)

i think you'll find one you like and trust like your one in NYC. I've never been to NYC, is it as cool as everybody says it is?

Every corner, every city
There's a place where life's a little easy
Little Hennessy, laid back and cool
Every hour, cause it's all good
Leave all the stress from the world outside
Every wrong done will be alright
Nothin but peace, love
And street passion, every ghetto needs a thug mansion

#46610 - 05/15/05 09:02 AM Re: moving to Kentucky
sophiesdad Offline

Registered: 04/30/05
Posts: 462
Loc: Florida
I was wondering what the name of the book is and if its published....
Best of luck to you in the move. They are always scary, but change has a way of getting us out of our comfort zones sometimes and give us a new challenge in life. PLease keep us posted.


There are no unresolved issues - they just didn't resolve themselves the way we would have liked. "Grinder and Bandler - Neuro-Linguistic Programming"

#46611 - 05/17/05 03:58 AM Re: moving to Kentucky
Muldoon Offline

Registered: 05/30/02
Posts: 1428
Loc: St Paul MN
Hi I spent 10 days at the farm and they may be willing to help you. They are going outside the clergy abuse only and helping others.

Sue A. would help you find someone even if she can't help at the farm. Tell Sue Tom says hello from WI.

The Farm

(502) 241-5544; (502) 241-0031 fax    


The Linkup

P.O. Box 429 

Pewee Valley, KY 40056

Best of luck.

Teach the Children to Never Hide in the Silence


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