By David Wexler
Shame is the least understood dimension of men's inner experience—by both men themselves and the people who live with them. This lack of understanding may be the key to why fewer than one-third of psychotherapy clients are male.
Lions Without A Cause
By Steven Stosny
Let's face it: love means something quite different to men and women. A look at other species of social mammals offers some remarkable insights into the biological underpinnings of this difference.
Women Treating Men
By Holly Sweet
Gender shapes the therapy relationship from the very first moment therapist meets client, especially when the client is male and the therapist is female.
By Barry J. Jacobs
Although therapy is often considered a profession dominated by the female sensibility, a lifelong gym rat, much practiced in the arts of masculine aggression, applies the lessons of the basketball court in the consulting room.
The Tribe Gathers
By Garry Cooper
It might seem strange to think of 3,000 people getting together in the lap of hotel luxury as a "primitive tribal gathering," but the Networker Symposium definitely isn't your everyday psychotherapy meeting.
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By Garry Cooper
- Listening to your inner therapist
- Can we admit that therapy is sometimes harmful?
- Botox's interference with emotions
- The fearlessness–criminality link
- The contested value of a PsyD degree
- Outlawing psychological aggression
By Wendy Behary
Some practical guidelines for handling confrontive and critical clients.
By Jeff Levy
A middle-aged man facing the challenge of coming out explores the uncharted territory of a "mixed-orientation marriage."
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By Diane Cole
Crazy Like Us by Ethan Watters
A withering indictment of America's role in spreading our own concepts of mental illness around the world.
By Anna Belle Kaufman
An ill child finds his place among a group of other boys in aging men's bodies.