Psychologist & Consultant
Dr. William S. Pollack, Ph.D. is the Director of the Center for Men and Young Men and the Director of Continuing Education (Psychology) at McLean Hospital and also the Assistant Clinical Professor (Psychology) in the Department of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is the past President of the Massachusetts Psychological Association, a member the Boston Psychoanalytic Society, a Diplomate in Clinical Psychology (ABPP, Board Certified), and a Founding Member and Fellow of The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. An internationally recognized authority on boys and men, Dr. Pollack is Founder & Director of the REAL BOYS Educational Programs. He has served on the U.S. Presidential initiative, The National Campaign Against Youth Violence and is a consultant to The United States Secret Service, including its collaborative Safe Schools Initiative with the U.S. Department of Education. Read More >
Reducing Bullying in Schools
Rescuing our sons from the myths of boyhood; why our boys are suffering from low self-esteem and what we can do about it.
What is on the minds of American boys and why we need to listen to them. How can we encourage boys to talk and share feelings?
How we can help boys deal with the Boy Code and the mixed messages they receive about being “masculine.”
Why boys are ashamed of their vulnerable emotions and why this pushes them to harden themselves and act out in violent ways.
How mothers can help boys to become more confident, do better at school, and lead happier lives when they become men and how the unique parenting style of fathers can actually help boys to become more open, loving, nurturing and caring people.
It’s not enough to just order commands-it’s necessary to build relationships so that employees feel instrumental in the company.
Examines relations at home and demonstrates how the methods parents use to teach children and encourage growth can be applied to the workplace. A fascinating approach to the workforce that demands employees view each other as dynamic people, not just tools.