What does it mean to hold yourself accountable for your behavior? Is it simply admitting to wrong-doing or can it be the catalyst for change? Randy Flood, host of the Revealing Men podcast, psychotherapist, and [...]
Welcome to Revealing Men, conversations that pull back the curtain, revealing the inner lives of men.
In each podcast episode, we will offer thought-provoking ideas and interviews to explain the inexplicable, while offering an inspiring vision for men to reveal their true selves and live more balanced and authentic lives.
Revealing Men launches its second season with Otha Brown, principal therapist in the domestic relationships program at the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan. Last season, Brown’s podcast segment on teaching men to manage themselves [...]
As a psychotherapist and Director of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan, Randy Flood can tell you that domestic violence is non-discriminating. It happens regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, social-economic status, culture, or [...]
The Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan offers in-person and online counseling for men who are abusers and those who have themselves been abused. It’s where Dan Beelen came when he needed to set his [...]
This conversation is for men who struggle with abusive, controlling, and angry behavior toward their domestic partners and ask themselves "why?"
The #MeToo movement has shone a light on the role society plays in creating an environment where sexual assault and misconduct flourish - oftentimes unreported or disregarded. Despite the real potential for derision and ruin, [...]
The Men's Resource Center provides individual and group counseling for men who have experienced domestic violence whether as the perpetrator or the recipient. Our work has shown that not all domestic violence or abuse is [...]
For many years research has stated that violence toward women is propelled by man’s need for power and control. In Hanna Rosin’s new book, “The End of Men,” she makes the case that men are [...]
Stopping the cycle of domestic violence isn't easy. At the Men’s Resource Center, we know this from listening to men in our domestic violence support groups, and individually, as they tell of the hurt they’ve [...]
Domestic violence is about power. Society that tells men they should be in control, they should have power over the women in their lives. The following is an account of my learning of that lesson.... continue reading First Lessons in Understanding and Treating Domestic Violence