My private practice focuses on working with men. This specialization has been shaped by my curiosity about how masculinity shape our lives in helpful and constrictive ways. These experiences have been shaped by my experiences at UT where I have studied these constructs.
My interest in the psychology of men and masculinity has led to national service opportunities, 70+ co-authored publications, and numerous interviews. In 2010, I was President of the Division of the Psychology of Men and Masculinity of the American Psychological Association. One of my highlights from that experience was leading a national conference on the Psychotherapy of Men.
I’ve also been interviewed for various media outlets on topics including: stay-at-home fathers, masked depression, men and women in non-traditional work and family roles, and shifting roles and norms around men’s identities and work. I’ve also published op-eds on topics including: the psychological reaction from the coronavirus, sports and projection, stay-at-home fathers, shifting gender role, fathering, , and men and depression.