How to do better, more effective therapy with men.
"This book is a wonderful contribution to both the study of men’s issues and the larger mental health field. Wexler wrote with the practitioner in mind and he has succeeded in creating an accessible text for both novice and seasoned professionals." — The Family Journal
"As someone who has studied, written about, and treated men in therapy for over 35 years, I have long considered David Wexler to be among the ‘best of the best.’ Men in Therapy reveals the critical insights and novel approaches that distinguish his work with men and couples—and takes the psychology of men to the next level. A terrific resource for all and a must-read." — Ken Druck, PhD, author, The Secrets Men Keep
"For those familiar with Norton Professional Books, David Wexler’s Men in Therapy follows a long and distinguished history of clearly written, well-researched, comprehensive, cutting-edge Norton texts….Wexler has raised the standard and sketched out basic parameters for therapy with men….His thinking is pleasingly fresh, and he writes with a crispness and personal openness." — PsycCritiques
"David Wexler offers us an overview of how the worlds of masculinity and therapeutic growth connect and collide. This is an eminently readable book and a much-needed contribution to the field of psychotherapy." — Susan Johnson, EdD, CPsych, professor of clinical psychology, University of Ottawa, and research professor, Alliant University, San Diego
"David Wexler has used his considerable clinical skills in writing Men in Therapy, devoted to special issues in treating men . . . . [He] has written a gem that does the job." — Don Dutton, PhD, author, The Abusive Personality
"I am so impressed with this book that I have prescribed it to several female clients who want to better understand the men in their lives." — Dr. Bryan Knight, Hypnosis Depot
"We recommend this book to any mental health professional interested in improving his or her knowledge base and therapeutic skills with male patients… [V]ery accessible and well written… [H]ighly comprehensible." — Psychiatric Services