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Raising Boys Right

How to Help Closed-Off Young Men Cross the Communication Divide

Adam Cox

By Adam Cox - As we raise and support the next generation of boys, it's vital that we give them the tools to be full participants in society by helping them find the words to define themselves and relate to others. To do so, therapists and parents alike must explore new means of engaging silent youngsters, going beyond the business-as-usual inquiries about thoughts and feelings.

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When Male Partners Won't Open Up

Helping Closed-Off Men See Vulnerability as a Path to Healthier Relationships

George Faller

By George Faller - Many of our clients, especially men, believe in the traditional definition of vulnerability: a state of weakness that leads to being open to attack. But vulnerability is the language of emotionally connected beings, and like a powerful magnet, pain, doubt, fear, mistrust, and other vulnerable states bring forth new opportunities for deep intimacy and transformation, especially in work with couples.

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Helping A Combat Vet Face His Vulnerability

Connecting with the Shut-down Client

Kathryn Rheem

Resonating with clients’ inner experience is key to working effectively with emotion in therapy. With traumatized and shutdown clients, however,  it is easy to talk about, but extremely hard to do.

 

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