A long-time advocate for restorative, competent, and prudent justice practices, Randy is respected for his work providing criminal and family court services including trainings for legal and mental health professionals. He has been qualified as an expert in several Michigan courts in his expertise of Custody and Parenting Time Evaluations, Resist and Refuse Dynamics in Parent-Child Contact Problems, Parental Alienation, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Acting Out. He often finds himself on the leading edge in conversations about men and masculinities as well as the psychodynamics of individuals, couples, and systems that complicate and confound judicious decisions in court.
Randy’s desire to help organizations, institutions, and society raise, train, and cultivate better boys and men has led him to his offering organization-specific presentations, trainings, and workshops on how to help men be better versions of themselves and how to create healthy, non-toxic socialization environments in which that can happen. He also provides risk assessments for incidents of misconduct, misconduct evaluations, and workshops on how to recognize and prevent sexual harassment and other forms of misconduct.
In addition to his work as a psychotherapist, Randy is the author and co-author of several articles and books including Stop Hurting the Woman You Love: Breaking the Cycle of Abusive Behavior and Mascupathy: Understanding and Healing the Malaise of American Manhood. He is also the creator and host of the Revealing Men podcast; a podcast that sets out to pull back the curtain to reveal the inner lives of men. It features thought-provoking interviews that serve to instruct, inspire, and affirm.
Randy hopes that his lived experience, decades of professional experience, and genuine care for the health of individuals and families will benefit each person who seeks his counsel as well as those who are in search of truth, justice, and restoration.