Why do men assault women? Ridicule each other? Need to win at any cost? Get road rage? Seclude themselves in their man-caves for endless hours of TV sports? Why do even “good guys” refuse to talk about their personal lives or cry over the death of a close friend? Oftentimes, the answer can be found in the concept of toxic male socialization.

Based on the book, Mascupathy: Understanding and Healing the Malaise of American Manhood, co-authored by Charlie Donaldson and Randy Flood, this workshop discusses how toxic male socialization can lead to a condition they refer to as “mascupathy,” creating a weak self-concept, inadequate emotionality, and relational deficiencies with a propensity to externalize—act out feelings.

We discuss various diagnostic categories and provide progressive treatment protocols ranging from Resocialization to Experiential Reclamation Therapy done in group and individual therapy.

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