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Movember’s 2020 Campaign: The Mo You Grow Could Save a Life

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The leading global men’s health organization, Movember, is reminding everyone that in 2020, this will be the most important Mo (moustache) you will ever grow. In what has been a tougher year than most, the charity is calling on our … Read More

Welcome Our New Staff Psychologist Dr. Jonathan Marquez

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Hello! I’m Dr. Jonathan Marquez, a new Staff Psychologist at The Center for Men’s Excellence. I’m delighted that I have the opportunity to work alongside such great clinicians and to be part of the CME team. My expertise in clinical … Read More

Let’s Hear It for the Dudes—Its Men’s Health Month AND International Fathers’ Mental Health Day

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June is Men’s Health Month, a national observance used to heighten awareness about preventable health problems. The hope is that we will encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys, and raise awareness about men’s mental health. … Read More

Let’s Hear it for the Moms – It’s Maternal Mental Health Month

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OK, so even if you’re not a mom yourself, 9 out of 10 psychologists agree that you probably have one…. So let’s take some time out to celebrate how awesome moms are, and to learn about their mental health needs! … Read More

Welcome to our New Psychologist, Dr. John Rettger!

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Greetings! I’m Dr. John Rettger, the new clinical psychologist working with Dr. Singley at The Center for Men’s Excellence. I specialize in working with individuals, couples, families, children (8 years and up), and adolescents. My approach to practicing therapy draws … Read More

Why My Mental Health Matters

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By Mark Williams Doing my own Tedx Talk has always been on my “bucket list” as a speaker because it’s a great platform to raise awareness about the importance of new fathers’ mental health. As we all know, fatherhood has … Read More

Online Counseling (Telepsychology) and the Coronavirus

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What is telepsychology or telemental health? Telepsychology or telemental health is the provision of behavioral and/or mental health care services using technological modalities in lieu of, or in addition to, traditional face-to-face methods. Not only does telepsychology increase access to … Read More

#2020 Year Of The Mother

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The year 2020 has been declared the year of the mother, where several organizations and advocacy groups (i.e., Moms Rising, 2020 Mom, Mom Congress, Motherly, etc.) are standing together to bring light to issues women, children and families face as … Read More

3 Ways to Handle Unruly Teenagers

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Author: Jenny Hart It’s no secret that parenthood is tough. Fathers in particular play an important role in their kids’ lives. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, kids with fathers who are actively involved in their … Read More

How to Have a Terrible “Holidaze”?

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Yes, sometimes we all feel stress in our daily lives, however the holidays have a well-deserved reputation for bringing their own unique flavor of psychological challenges along with the “comfort and joy” we hear so much about. Typical holiday issues … Read More

It’s Movember, So Let’s Look At What’s REALLY Toxic About Masculinity

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What is Movember? Movember is an annual movement that is all about increasing awareness of men’s health issues. This movement encompasses generating support and providing information to help prevent suicide in men, improve the quality of life of men affected … Read More

The Power of the Tribe: Why Men Need to Appreciate Women’s Relationships

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OK guys, think about that special woman in your life – she could be your partner, girlfriend, mom, aunt, daughter, or your bestie. How important is she to you? Does she have a “tribe” and is she taking care of … Read More

Why We Need To Talk About Dad’s Mental Health

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Dads, becoming a parent can be exciting but also terrifying and stressful. You may feel as if your world is upside down as you bring your newborn home from the hospital and sometimes those feelings may develop into postpartum depression. … Read More

Research shows that men suffer and die younger because they avoid mental health services

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Therapy that Works In my practice, I specialize in working with men to more effectively manage a variety of concerns that they face including stress, anxiety, depression, anger, substance use, relationship issues – as well as having real trouble with … Read More

How to be a Great Dad – Critical Actions Fathers Can Take to Help Their Kids’ Development

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While the new generation of fathers in the U.S. are expected to be much more involved in their children’s lives than their own fathers were likely to have been, a common thread I see in the research and my patients … Read More