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11 02, 2020

What is Reunification Counseling and How Does it Work?

By |2020-02-11T19:55:24-05:00February 11th, 2020|Child Custody Evaluation, Counseling and Therapy, Family|

During the often stressful process of separation and divorce, children can distance themselves physically and emotionally from one parent or the other. Families experiencing parental alienation are some of the most difficult families to work [...]

4 09, 2010

Who’s the (New) Man? A Son’s Lessons for His Father about Masculinity Today

By |2017-12-05T14:32:08-05:00September 4th, 2010|Male Socialization|

We live in a society where historically, real men are supposed to be autonomous, athletic and strong while not showing emotions, dependency, or vulnerability. In this meditation on a father's struggle with old and new ideas about masculinity, Randy Flood examines his relationship with his son... continue reading A Son's Lessons for His Father about Masculinity Today

1 09, 2005

Gender — Not Race — is Biggest Factor in Violent Behavior

By |2019-04-16T13:00:11-04:00September 1st, 2005|Male Socialization, Toxic Masculinity|

Gender socialization is the process in which young people learn how they are supposed to think, feel, and behave as men and women. There are many causative variables discussed in the analysis of violent criminal behavior, but the one that remains invisible is the toxicity of male socialization... continue reading Gender — Not Race — is Biggest Factor in Violent Behavior

15 06, 2005

Abusive Boys Become Abusive Men, Therapist Says

By |2017-12-05T14:25:16-05:00June 15th, 2005|Abusive Relationships|

"Not too many 17-year-old boys would go to their parents and say 'you've got to find me a therapist because I'm abusing my girlfriend,' " says Flood, clinical coordinator of the Pine Rest Men's Program on Domestic Relationships, designed to help men stop abusing the women in their lives... continue reading Abusive Boys Become Abusive Men, Therapist Says