The Boy Crisis
How to Successfully Raise Boys for the Future
What Parents, Therapists, and Educators Need to Know
1440 Multiversity - 800 Bethany Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066
August 2-4, 2019
Warren Farrell, PhD | Ashanti Branch, MEd | John Gray, PhD
A crisis of education. A crisis of mental health. A crisis of fathering. A crisis of purpose. These are among the pervasive and significant challenges facing today’s boys and young men, according to Dr. Warren Farrell and Dr. John Gray, coauthors of The Boy Crisis: Why Our Boys Are Struggling and What We Can Do About It.
In this interactive weekend, Warren and John, along with Ashanti Branch, MEd—whose leadership of the Ever Forward Club has turned around the lives of hundreds of boys—will facilitate an important conversation about the root causes of the gap between boys and girls and what family members, schools, communities, and professional peers can do to eradicate it.
Boys at Risk - 2019
Early Origins of Male Violence
Santa Fe Community Convention Center - Santa Fe, New Mexico
May 1-3, 2019
A Bio-Psycho-Social and Infant Mental Health Approach to a Major Social Issue
By a very significant margin, most violence is committed by males. This conference examines the neurobiological, psychological, and social features seemingly unique to or predominant in the development of very young males. The conference addresses the question of how these factors may place boys at greater risk for this outcome starting in the prenatal, infant, and toddler periods.
Register now at the Early Bird price.
Public Health Under Siege: Improving Policy in Turbulent Times
APHA Policy Action Institute
Marriott Marquis Washington
901 Massachusetts Avenue, Northwest
Washington, DC 20001
February 6, 2019
APHA is pleased to announce "APHA Policy Action Institute - Public Health Under Siege: Improving Policy in Turbulent Times," an exciting opportunity to engage with public health leaders about critical issues facing our nation today.
Building on the 2019 AcademyHealth National Health Policy Conference, APHA is organizing this additional day of discussions with a sharp focus on public health policy, offering you the opportunity to learn from elected leaders as well as policy experts in the public and private sector. Join us to explore such important issues as environmental health, violence prevention, immigrant children’s health and women’s health.
New York University: Men as an Endangered Species
NYU Langone Medical Center
Friday-Saturday, October 20-21, 2017
A Men's Health Symposium
With the benefit of lessons learned over four years of experience at the Robert Preston Tisch Center for Men's Health, it is clear that the treatment of males involves different clinical challenges than those of females. This two-day program will review diagnostic and treatment challenges that are common in the ambulatory setting when managing male patients. Special emphasis will be given to the use of life style interventions to prevent or ameliorate adverse health outcomes.
American Public Health Association - 141st Annual Meeting, Boston, MA
November 4-6, 2013
Presentation by Edward M. Stephens, MD, Foundation for Male Studies
Reframing the Therapeutic Encounter
Foundation for Male Studies - The Science of the Male, NY Academy of Medicine
Foundation for Male Studies - Looking Forward to Solutions, NY Academy of Medicine
April 6, 2011
Foundation for Male Studies - A Consortium of Scholars, Wagner College, NY
April 7, 2010
Foundation for Male Studies - The Future of Men, New York University
Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development
Watch Video (includes full comments by Dean Mary Brabeck, NYU Steinhardt)
The Foundation for Male Studies is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Foundation for Male Studies
333 Mamaroneck Avenue - Suite 444
White Plains, NY 10605