The term “toxic masculinity” is often misunderstood to be anti-male and to suggest that masculinity is inherently bad. By contrasting toxic masculinity to positive masculinity — in the same manner one might compare the difference between toxic water and clean water — we reveal that the conversation is not about emasculation at all. It’s about developing men’s full potential as human beings.

This workshop will explain the toxic aspects of male socialization and how it can lead to males engaging in behaviors that harm others and themselves. If we want them to be successful, happy, and fulfilled, we have to help men recognize all the health and wellness benefits of attuned, life-enhancing behaviors.

Contact the Men’s Resource Center for our fee schedule and more information.