https://jimhopper.com/about/ is a nationally recognized consultant, trainer and speaker.
”My research and work as a consultant have helped therapists, police officers, prosecutors, judges, senior military commanders and higher education administrators to better understand and respond to victims of child abuse and sexual assault.
I am most often sought for my expertise on https://jimhopper.com/sexual-assault-and-the-brain/, and on the unique experiences and needs of https://jimhopper.com/sexual-abuse-of-boys/ or sexual assault. I also train and consult on how meditation and other contemplative practices can transform https://jimhopper.com/brain-healing-and-happiness/ to bring healing and genuine happiness, and am co-editor of http://www.amazon.com/Mindfulness-Oriented-Interventions-Trauma-Integrating-Contemplative/dp/1462518583/ref=nosim/?tag=jimhoppercom-20/ (Guilford Press, 2015).
I was a founding board member of http://www.1in6.org/, a national non-profit devoted to serving men who’ve had unwanted or abusive sexual experiences, and wrote most of the content on 1in6’s comprehensive web site.
Since 2018, I have been a therapist and sub-investigator at the Boston site of the FDA-approved and
MAPS-sponsored phase 3 trial of https://maps.org/research/mdma.
I’m committed to educating the public through this website, my https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sexual-assault-and-the-brain with Psychology Today, my YouTube https://youtube.com/c/JimHopperPhD, and media engagements. I enjoy conversations with thoughtful journalists and have been quoted in national media, including The New York Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, Economist, ABC News, USA Today, PBS and NPR, and featured on radio and television, including CNN
Finally, I am a Teaching Associate in Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry of Harvard Medical School, and a consultant to the Outpatient Addictions Service of the Cambridge Health Alliance.”