Back to the Source: The Spiritual Principles of Jesus

Dr MIC Hunter (Author)

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Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publish Date
January 06, 2011
6.0 X 0.95 X 9.0 inches | 1.38 pounds
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About the Author

Dr. Mic Hunter is licensed as both a psychologist & a marriage & family therapist. His psychotherapy practice is in Minnesota, where he also facilitates the couples communication retreat at the Hazelden Foundation. He is the author of numerous books including "Abused Boys: The Neglected Victims Of Sexual Abuse," "Honor Betrayed: Sexual Abuse In America's Military," & "Back To The Source: The Spiritual Principles Of Jesus." Much of his writing & speaking focuses on the practical application of spirituality & the principles of the Twelve Steps to the problems of living. After decades of assisting people with additive disorders and other mental health concerns, psychotherapist Dr. Mic Hunter has a deep-rooted understanding of the struggle to develop and put into practice a meaningful spirituality. He has guided people from all types of backgrounds including agnostics, Catholics, Protestants, Evangelicals, Jews, Buddhists, the self-described "spiritual but not religious," and those who have just begun asking spiritual questions. He has spoken to professional audiences & the general public throughout North America, England, & Mongolia. He has been interviewed on psychological matters hundreds of times in both the print & broadcast media, including Oprah, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, & Newsweek. He is a recipient of the Fay Honey Knopp Memorial Award, given by the National Organization on Male Sexual Victimization, "For recognition of his contributions to the field of male sexual victimization treatment and knowledge." In 2007 the Board of Directors of Male Survivor announced the creation of The Mic Hunter Award For Research Advances. Dr. Hunter, for whom the on-going award was named, became the first recipient. It was given to him for his, "ceaseless pursuit of knowledge about male sexual abuse in all its occurrences, of the eloquent dissemination of new knowledge in this area, and of the stimulation for further study and concern about revealing, treating and preventing male sexual abuse." He has served as a reviewer for The Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, The Journal of Men's Studies, The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, and Violence Against Women. He volunteers for's Weekends Of Recovery which offers services to men who were sexually abused as boys or as adults.