Randy Flood met Mike Salisbury on a train ride traversing the Alaskan Wilderness while heading to Denali National Park. Despite being what he calls “the aloof traveler strategically attempting to avoid mindless chatter [...]
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.
Randy Flood, Director of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan has decades of experience working within the family court system and has written and spoken extensively about Parental Alienation and the toll it takes [...]
Revealing Men podcast host, Randy Flood, psychotherapist and Director of the Men’s Resource Center of West Michigan says, “when I grew up there were two things that a man should not be: a gay male [...]
Does the response to trauma remain contained within the individual? Or do its effects pass down from generation to generation? And, if that’s the case, how can one find healing? This conversation between somatic therapist, [...]
A few days ago, in the weekly men’s therapy group, we spoke of trauma. I started off by explaining van der Kolk’s definition of trauma: an event or series of events that overwhelms one’s usual [...]
In their 2014 book “Mascupathy: Understanding and Healing the Malaise of American Manhood,” co-authors Charlie Donaldson and Randy Flood pointed to the gendered nature of mass shooters. They called for a recognition of this [...]
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 [...]
Men, in particular, have long been conditioned to “suck it up” when it comes to dealing with the results of a traumatic experience. In fact, it wasn’t until 1980 that the American Psychiatric Association (APA) [...]