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Founder and Director

WILL COURTENAY, PhD, LCSW

5835 College Avenue, Suite D
Oakland, California 94618-153
415.346.6719


EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Doctor of Philosophy
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare. 1992 - 1998.

Master of Social Work                                                       
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Berkeley, School of Social Welfare. 1988 - 1990.
Community Mental Health Emphasis.

Bachelor of Arts
ANTIOCH UNIVERSITY, San Francisco, California. 1985 - 1988.
Majors in Social Work and Psychology.

Health Promotion Intern
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICE, HEALTH PROMOTION, Berkeley, California. Men’s health program planning internship. 1993 - 1994.

Clinical Fellow in Psychiatry
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, UNIVERSITY HEALTH SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, Berkeley, California. Provided psychoanalytically oriented, time-limited psychotherapy to students presenting with a broad range of concerns in a multidisciplinary staffed clinic. Facilitated groups. 1990 - 1991.

Clinical Social Work Intern
CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHIATRY, San Francisco, California. Provided inpatient case management, and treatment, inter-agency, and discharge planning. Provided outpatient brief and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy. 1989 - 1990.

Clinical Social Work Intern
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT MOUNT ZION MEDICAL CENTER, CRISIS CLINIC,
San Francisco California. Conducted neuropsychiatric diagnostic evaluations and psychodynamic assessments. Provided crisis treatment and brief individual psychodynamically-based psychotherapy.
1988 - 1989.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE & ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

2008 - present  Founder & Administrator
POSTPARTUM MEN (PostpartumMen.com) is web site for men with concerns about depression, anxiety or other problems with mood after the birth of a child. It promotes self-help, provides important information for fathers – including a self-assessment for postpartum depression, hosts an online forum for men to talk to each other, offers resources, and gathers new information about men’s experiences postpartum.

1993 - present  Founder & Director
MEN’S HEALTH CONSULTING, Berkeley, California. Direct educational firm that promotes better health in men and boys. Provide continuing education training to health professionals nationwide, consult with colleges and universities, government agencies, public health departments, family planning clinics, industry, corporations, and medical centers, and conduct employee wellness workshops. Develop evidence-based materials and services that address the psychological, behavioral, and social factors – including beliefs about masculinity – influencing the health risks of various populations of men and boys. Foster multidisciplinary dialogue and interdisciplinary and collaborative work and research among health professionals.

1993 - present  Researcher
 INDEPENDENT SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCHER, Oakland, California. Conduct research on the subjects of men and boys, fathers, masculinity, and men’s health. Published work includes over 40 journal articles and book chapters, which are referenced by authors of nearly 1,400 other publications. Current research is being conducted in collaboration with the Center for Men and Young Men at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, examining the experiences of nearly 3,000 fathers with babies – focusing particularly on postpartum depression in dads and its potential underlying causes.

1990 - present  Psychotherapist
PRIVATE PRACTICE, Oakland and San Francisco, California. Provide brief and long-term individual psychotherapy for women and men.

2001 - 2008     Clinical Faculty Member
Department of Psychiatry, Mc Lean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Belmont, Massachusetts. Lectured on various topics related to the health of men and boys, including psychosocial, environmental, and biobehavioral influences on health and well-being; multidisciplinary, evidence-based interventions; and key determinants of health among various populations of men and boys.

2003 - 2005     Clinical Faculty Member
SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, DEPARTMENT OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, San Francisco. Lectured on various topics related to the health of men and boys, including psychosocial, environmental, and biobehavioral influences on health and well-being; multidisciplinary, evidence-based interventions; and key determinants of health among various populations of men and boys.

2001 - 2005     Editor
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MEN’S HEALTH (Men’s Studies Press). Read all journal submissions, communicated with authors regarding appropriateness of manuscripts for journal, maintained detailed and up-to-date manuscript reviewers’ file, assigned and sent manuscripts to reviewers, monitored review process and communicated with reviewers, communicated reviewers’ evaluative feedback to authors, and assisted authors whose manuscripts were accepted for publication. Worked closely with production staff and publisher to ensure continuous flow of articles moving through review process and intoproduction phase.

1999 - 2001     Adjunct Faculty
SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY, WOMEN’S & GENDER STUDIES PROGRAM, Rohnert Park, California. Developed and taught general education course on multidisciplinary perspectives on men’s health.

1997 - 1998     Faculty Member
PACIFIC CENTER FOR HUMAN GROWTH, Berkeley, California. Conducted Professional Development seminar for training program interns.

1991 - 1994     Psychotherapist
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, Counseling and Psychological Services, University Health Service, Berkeley, California. Provided brief and long-term individual psychotherapy to students presenting with a variety of concerns.

1987 - 1988     Counselor
NEW LEAF (formerly 18th Street Services), San Francisco, California. Conducted psychosocial evaluations and assessments for gay men with chemical dependencies and, often, multiple psychiatric diagnoses. Provided brief and long-term counseling. Organized and facilitated therapeutic groups for gay men with HIV, AIDS, and chemical dependencies. Provided outreach and crisis intervention to drug users at risk for AIDS.

1984 - 1987     Programs Director
THE SALVATION ARMY WEEKEND SENIOR ACTIVITIES AND MEALS PROGRAMS, San Francisco, California. Administered social service and meals programs in six community centers serving over 500 seniors daily. Selected, trained, and provided supervision to 12 Social Service Coordinators. Responsible for program development emphasizing staff and senior leadership and empowerment. Established and maintained policies, procedures, and reports. Coordinated operation and development of a 100-member volunteer program.

1983    Education Coordinator
CALIFORNIA CHILD, YOUTH AND FAMILY COALITION, San Francisco, California. Analyzed and summarized current and proposed legislation and policies for statewide use by community organizations. Made public presentations of Coalition policy positions. Facilitated groups. Managed statewide distribution of educational material to over 400 member agencies.

1979 - 1982     Social Caseworker
CENTRAL CITY HOSPITALITY HOUSE, YOUTH SERVICES, San Francisco, California. Provided counseling, case management, outreach, and crisis intervention for sexual minority, runaway and homeless youth. Facilitated therapeutic groups. Coordinated inter-agency case planning, and maintained extensive working relationships with public and private agencies. Provided psychosocial assessments and recommendations to the courts. Provided community organizing and conducted trainings on youth issues.

CONSULTING

State and Federal Agencies, Public Health Departments and Other Institutions

University of South Carolina. Provide consultation on research project, “Factors Influencing Physical Activity in Older African American Men.” Columbia, SC (2006 - present).

International Longevity Center, New York City. Canyon Ranch Advisory Workgroup. Expert panel member: “Promoting Men’s Health: Addressing Barriers to Healthy Lifestyles and Preventive Care” (2003).

Federal Office of Family Planning, Washington, DC. Developed curriculum and provided opening day training for U.S. health educators at annual four-day “Male Health Educator Training,” focusing on evidence-based approaches – derived from biopsychosocial and behavioral research – for providing sexual and reproductive health and family planning services to diverse populations of men, and promoting male involvement. Atlanta, Georgia, July, 2002, 2003; and Miami, Florida, 2004.

The Prevention Institute, Berkeley, California. Provide consultation on design and development of a National Center for the Health of Men, Boys, and Society for a national non-profit organization that develops methodology and strategy to strengthen and expand primary prevention practice across a variety of health and human service concerns. Assisted in the development of the Center concept paper and in the assembly of the Center advisory committee. Serve as advisory committee coordinator. 2000 - present.

Center for Health Training, Oakland, California. Provide consultation and training on developing and implementing statewide gender-specific and evidence-based reproductive health and family planning services for various populations of men. Appointed as member of the Center’s Male Services Advisory Committee. 2000 - present.

Action for Boston Community Development, Boston, Massachusetts. Lead consultant to the “Men’s Preventive Health Counseling Program,” which reaches 1,500 inner city men of color every two years. Assisted in the development of program implementation strategies, outcome evaluation plan, and health assessment instruments. Provided ongoing training to program staff, and workshops on evidence-based approaches for working with men – based on biopsychosocial and behavioral research – to health and social service providers in the greater Boston area. Assisted in the outcome evaluation of the program. 1998 - 2005.

Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Commissioner’s Office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Assisted with planning and development of the Men’s Health Initiative, the Men’s Health Collaborative, and the National Men’s Health and Fitness Conference and Exposition. September, 1996 - June, 1999.

Westchester County Department of Health, New Rochelle, New York. Provided ongoing consultation and training on developing and implementing gender-specific health services for men. May, 1997 - June, 1999.

St. Mary’s County Health Department, St. Mary’s, Maryland. Provided consultation and training on developing and implementing gender-specific health services for men. November, 1998

Colleges & Universities

Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota. Provide consultation and training to clinical staff, student development staff, and other campus administrators and faculty. Assist in the development, implemention, and evaluation of gender-specific evidence-based programming and health services for college men. October, 2000, to present.

University of California, San Francisco. Consultant on the development of the men’s health session for the Life Cycle block of the essential core curriculum for medical students. August - September, 2002.

Kutztown University, Kutztown, Pennyslvania. Provided training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing evidence-based gender-specific health services for college men. October, 2001. 

Leigh University, Bethlehem, Pennyslvania. Provided training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. October, 2001.

California State University, Long Beach. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff in the University Student Health Center. Conducted focus groups with college male students, and assisted in the development of gender-specific evidence-based programming and health services for college men. November, 2000.

Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based programming and health services for college men. November, 2000.

University of Oregon, Eugene, Student Health Center and Counseling Center. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based programming and health services for college men. April - May, 2000.

California State University, Student Health Service, San Jose, California. Provided ongoing consultation and training to clinical staff on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. April, 1995 - October, 1999.

University of Richmond, Virginia. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. November, 1998.

St. Mary’s College, St. Mary’s, Maryland. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. November, 1998.

Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Geneva, New York. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. January, 1998.

Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. November, 1997.

Boston University, Student Health Services. Boston, Massachusetts. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. October, 1995.

University of Southern Maine, Student Health Services. Gorham, Maine. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. October, 1995.

University of California, University Health Service, Berkeley, California. Provided ongoing consultation, training, and technical support to clinical staff and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based health services for college men. 1994 - 1996

University of California, San Francisco, California. Designed peer support group model, format, and guidelines for gay male couples with positive and negative HIV status, for the AIDS Health Project. Assisted staff in implementing. 1989.

Additional Consulting

St. Luke’s Hospital, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Assist with the design and development of the St. Luke’s Men’s Health Center, an interdisciplinary center providing research, education, prevention, and treatment. November, 2001 - 2003.

BestSelf.Com, San Francisco, California. Provided consultation on marketing health services to men for Internet-based firm providing on-line weight management services. January, 2000.

Saint Mary’s Hospital, HIV Services, San Francisco, California. Facilitated support groups for men with HIV and AIDS, and supervised group facilitators in training. 1991 - 1994

Catholic Social Services, Folsom Street Hotel, San Francisco, California. Consultation on individual AIDS cases involving chemical abuse and dependency, substance abuse treatment and recovery issues. 1987 - 1988.

Youth Guidance Center (Juvenile Hall), San Francisco, California. Provided consultation for the Public Defender’s Office and Department of Probation and expert testimony in the courts on individual cases regarding community-based dispositional alternatives to incarceration. 1980 - 1982.

Police Department, San Francisco, California. Provided consultation on issues related to runaway, homeless and sexual minority youth. 1981 - 1982.

Tenderloin Tenants for Safe Streets, San Francisco, California. Organizer of this group which brought police, youth, and seniors together to reduce crime and foster community and cooperation in the inner city. 1982.

PUBLICATIONS

Books

Courtenay, W.H.  (in press). Dying to be men: Psychosocial, environmental and biobehavioral directions in promoting the health of men and boys. New York: Routledge.

Courtenay, W.H.  (in progress). Sad dads: Paternal postnatal depression—what it is and what to do about it.

Editorials

Courtenay, W.H. (2002). A global perspective on the field of men’s health. International Journal of Men’s Health, 1(1), 1-13.

Courtenay, W.H. (Guest Editor) & Keeling, R.P. (2000). Men’s health: A theme issue. Journal of American College Health, 48(6), 1-4.

Courtenay, W.H. (2004). Making health manly: Social marketing and men’s health. Journal of Men’s Health & Gender, 1(2-3), 275-276.

Book Chapters

Courtenay, W.H. (2011). Best practices for improving college men's health: Designing effective programs and services for college men. In T.L. Davis & J.A. Laker (Eds), Masculinities in higher education: Theoretical and practical implications (pp. 177-192). New York: Routledge.

Courtenay, W.H. (2009). Chapter 1: Theorizing masculinity and men’s health. In A. Broom & P. Tovey (Eds.), Men’s health: Body, identity and social context (pp. 9-32). London, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Courtenay, W.H. (2007). Making health manly: Norms, peers, and men’s health. In L. Cohen, V. Chávez, & S. Chehimi (Eds.), Prevention is primary: Strategies for community wellbeing (pp. 51-52). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Courtenay, W.H. (2006). Rural men’s health: Situating men’s risk in the negotiation of masculinity. In H. Campbell, M. Mayerfeld-Bell & M. Finney (Eds.), Country boys: Masculinity and rural life (pp. 139-158). University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Courtenay, W.H. (2006). Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: A theory of gender and health. S. Whitehead (Ed.), Men and masculinities (pp. 386-416). Andover, United Kingdom: Routledge.

Courtenay, W.H. (2004). Best practices for improving college men’s health. In G. E. Kellom (Ed.), Developing effective programs and services for college men (pp. 59-74). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Stanton, A.L., & Courtenay, W.H. (2003). Gender, stress and health. In R.H. Rozensky, N.G. Johnson, C.D. Goodheart, & R. Hammond (Eds.). Psychology builds a healthy world: Research and practice opportunities (pp. 105-135). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. 

Courtenay, W.H. (2001). Counseling men in medical settings. In G.R. Brooks & G.E. Good (Eds.), The new handbook of psychotherapy and counseling with men: A comprehensive guide to settings, problems, and treatment approaches (Vol. 1, pp. 59-91). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

Courtenay, W.H., & Sabo, D. (2001). Preventive health strategies for men in prison. In D. Sabo, T.A. Kupers, & W. London (Eds.), Prison masculinities (pp. 157-172). Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

Mansfield, A.K., Addis, M.E., & Courtenay, W. (2005). Measurement of men’s help seeking: Development and evaluation of the Barriers to Help Seeking Scale. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 6(2), 95-108.

McCreary, D.R., Saucier, D.M. & Courtenay, W.H. (2005). The drive for muscularity and masculinity: Testing the associations among gender role traits, behaviors, attitudes, and conflict. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 6(2), 83-94 .

Courtenay, W.H. (2003). Key determinants of the health and well-being of men and boys. International Journal of Men’s Health, 2(1), 1-30.

Courtenay, W.H., McCreary, D.R. & Merighi, J.R. (2002). Gender and ethnic differences in health beliefs and behaviors. Journal of Health Psychology, 7(3), 219-231.

Courtenay, W.H. (2000). Behavioral factors associated with disease, injury, and death among men: Evidence and implications for prevention. Journal of Men’s Studies, 9(1), 81-142.

Courtenay, W.H. (2000). Constructions of masculinity and their influence on men’s well-being: A theory of gender and health. Social Science & Medicine, 50(10), 1385-1401.

Courtenay, W.H. (2000). Engendering health: A social constructionist examination of men’s health beliefs and behaviors. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 1(1), 4-15.

Courtenay, W.H. (2000). Teaming up for the new men’s health movement. Journal of Men’s Studies, 8(3), 387-392.
 
Courtenay, W.H. (2000). Social work, counseling, and psychotherapeutic interventions with men and boys: A bibliography. Men and Masculinities, 2(3), 330-352.

Courtenay, W.H., & Keeling, R.P. (2000). Men, gender, and health: Toward an interdisciplinary approach. Journal of American College Health, 48(6), 1-4.

Courtenay, W.H. (1999). Youth violence? Let’s call it what it is. Journal of American College Health, 48(3), 141-142.

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). College men’s health: An overview and a call to action. Journal of American College Health, 46(6), 279-290.

Fletcher-Brady, J., Gesell, I., & Courtenay, W. (1999). Don’t ignore the men: Wellness programs for men. American Journal of Health Promotion, 13(6), 384.

Courtenay, W.H. (1991). Are borderline clients underidentified in social agencies? Clinical Social Work Journal, 19(3), 309-325.

Articles in Non-Peer-Reviewed Journals or Publications

Courtenay, W.H. (2002). Men’s health: Ethnicity matters. Radiology Today, 3(4), 14-16.

Courtenay, W.H. (2001). Men’s health: Ethnicity matters. Social Work Today, 1(8), 20-22.

Courtenay, W.H. (2001). Men’s health in the U.S.A. Sex and Gender Matter - From Boys to Men: The Future of Men’s Health (pp. 15-17). Procedings of the First World Congress on Men’s Health. November 2-4, 2001, Vienna, Austria.

Courtenay, W.H. (2001). Who are the ‘men’ in ‘men’s health?’ The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity Bulletin (The American Psychological Association), 6(3), 10-13.

Courtenay, W.H. (2001). College men’s health. In T.L. Davis, Men: On Campus (pp. 1-2). Washington, DC: American College Student Personnel Association.

Courtenay, W.H. (1999). Situating men’s health in the negotiation of masculinities. The Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity Bulletin (The American Psychological Association), 4(2), 10-12.

Courtenay, W.H. (1999). Communication strategies for improving men’s health. Resources, 2(4), 5-7.

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). Better to die than cry? A longitudinal and constructionist study of masculinity and the health risk behavior of young American men. (Doctoral dissertation, University of California at Berkeley). Dissertation Abstracts International, 59(08A), 232 pp. (Publication number AAT 9902042).

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). Guidelines for the treatment of men. Nursing Spectrum, 7(6), 5.

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). Communication strategies for improving men’s health: The 6-Point HEALTH Plan. Wellness Management, 14(1), 1, 3-4.

Courtenay, W.H. (1997). Focus on men’s health. Blue Shield of California Positive Personal Health,  4(2), 1.

Courtenay, W.H. (1997). A window on college men’s health. American College Health Association Action, 36(4), 1, 5.

Poster Sessions

Mansfield, A.K., Addis, M.E., & Courtenay, W.H. (2003, August). Men's barriers to seeking help for a physical problem. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Merighi, J.R., Courtenay, W.H., & McCreary, D.R. (2000, August). College students’ health beliefs and behaviors: Gender and ethnic differences. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Fletcher-Brady, J., Gesell, I., & Courtenay, W. (1999, March). Don’t ignore the men: Wellness programs for men. Presented at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference, Amelia Island, Florida.

MEASURES & INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). Health Risk Inventory. A 60-item instrument for measuring health beliefs and behaviors.

Courtenay, W.H. (1998). The Men’s Health Handbook. Berkeley, CA: Men’s Health Consulting.

Courtenay, W.H. (1996). Health Mentorä Health Risk Assessment for Men.

Courtenay, W.H. (1995). 6-point plan to improve men’s health. Training material.

PRESENTATIONS

Invited Keynote & Opening Addresses

“Best Practice in Working With Men.” Opening address. National Conference, “Men’s Health: Asking The Questions.” Wexford, Ireland. December 2, 2004

“Best Practices in Working With Men: An Evidence-Based Psychosocial and Behavioral Model.” Plenary address. Pennsylvania State University, National Conference on Men’s Health. Arlington, Virginia. May 22, 2004.

“Men’s Health: Best Practices in Working With Men.” Keynote address. 29th Annual American Assembly for Men in Nursing, Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland, Ohio. December 5, 2003.

“Engendering Men’s Health: An Evidence-Based Biopsychosocial Model for Improving Men’s Health.” Keynote address. Conference on Gender and Health in a Diverse Society, George Washington University. Washington, DC. August 3, 2000.

“Teaming Up for The New Men’s Health Movement.” Opening address, National Men’s Health and Fitness Conference and Exposition. Sponsored by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. June 4, 1999.

“Men’s Health in The New Millennium.” Keynote and half-day workshop sponsored by the Westchester County Department of Health, Iona College. New Rochelle, New York. November 3, 1997.

“Six-Point Plan to Improve Men’s Health.” Keynote address, Male Sexual Health Conference, Action for Boston Community Development. Boston, Massachusetts. June 27, 1997.

“Ushering in the Men’s Health Movement.” Chairperson’s opening remarks, Men’s Health Programs Conference. Scottsdale, Arizona. November, 1996.

Invited Presentations, Workshops & Continuing Education Trainings

“Postpartum Depression in Dads.” Bright Beginnings Conference: Maternal Mental Health Over The Life Course (sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Program, School of Public Health, University of California at Berkeley). Los Angeles, California. March 15th, 2010

Dads With Paternal Postnatal Depression.” Postpartum Support International, 23rd Annual Conference. Los Angeles, California. August 6, 2009.

“Left Out? Obstacles And Pathways To Father Involvement.” Second Thriving Families Initiative, Fatherhood Alliance Conference. San Rafael, California. November 21, 2008.

Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania. Provided consultation and training to clinical staff, coaches and campus administrators on developing and implementing gender-specific evidence-based programming and health services for college men. November, 2003.

“Real Men Do Have Health Needs: A Model for Improving Men’s Health.”  Medical Grand Rounds, St. Charles Medical Center. Bend, Oregon. October 3, 2003.

“Real Men Do Have Health Concerns.”  Lunchtime seminar. Alameda County Employee Wellness Program. Oakland, California. September 23, 2003.

“Men’s Health: Health Risks in Early and Middle Adulthood.”  Invited lecture. Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. February 12, 2003.

“Addressing Men’s Attitudes, Behaviors & Health: A Practice Guideline.”  Medical Grand Rounds, University of San Francisco, Department of Psychiatry. San Francisco, California. October 9, 2002

“Best Practices in Working With Men: An Evidence-Based Psychosocial and Behavioral Model.” Continuing medical education training for St. Luke’s Hospital medical staff. Behtlehem, Pennsylvania. October 17, 2001.

“Engaging Men Through Education and Counseling.” Half-day training for providers who offer reproductive health and family planning education and counseling to male Family PACT clients in California. San Luis Obispo, California. May 31, 2001.

“Men’s Health Counseling.” Two-day training for providers of men’s health and family planning counseling to men. Sponsored by Action for Boston Community Development. Boston, Massachusetts. May 31- June 1, 2001.

“Meeting the Challenges of Men’s Health: An Evidence-Based Biopsychosocial Model.” Continuing medical education training for St. Mark’s Hospital medical staff. Salt Lake City, Utah. September 9, 2000.

“Men’s Health.” Presentation to the Office of Minority and Women’s Health, Bureau of Primary Health Care. Bethesda, Maryland. August 3, 2000.

“Male-Friendly Services.” Day-long, train the trainers workshop for providers of male-specific, state-wide reproductive health and family planning trainings. State of California, Department of Health Services, and Center for Health Training. Berkeley, California. July 12, 2000.

Town Meeting. Participant in panel on men’s health moderated by Hamilton Jordan. National Men’s Health and Fitness Conference and Exposition. Sponsored by the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. June 4, 1999.

“College Men and Health.” Training for health care professionals. St. Mary’s College. St. Mary’s, Maryland. November 9, 1998.

“Why Men are Killing Themselves: How You Can Live a Longer, Healthier Life.” Presentation, Noon Time Lecture Series, Levi Strauss & Co. San Francisco, California. October 15, 1997.

“Counseling Guidelines to Improve Men’s Sexual Health.” Workshop, Male Sexual Health Conference, Action for Boston Community Development. Boston, Massachusetts. June 27, 1997.

“Men Behaving Badly.” Presentation, Noon Time Lecture Series, Levi Strauss & Co. Walnut Creek, California. February 20, 1997.

“Promoting Health in College Males.” Continuing education training, Santa Clara University, Cowell Health Center. Santa Clara, California, January, 1996.

“Men’s Health.” Continuing education training, University of Southern Maine, Student Health Services. Gorham, Maine. October, 1995.

“College Men’s Health.” Continuing education training, Boston University, Student Health Services. Boston, Massachusetts. October, 1995.

“College Men’s Health: Crisis and Communication.” Continuing education training, California State University, Student Health Service. San Jose, California. April, 1995.

“Men’s Health.” Continuing education training, University of California, Meyer Medical Lecture. Berkeley, California. March, 1994.

“A Window On Men’s Health: Making the Most of Your Appointments with Men.” Lecture, University of California, Medical Staff Meeting. Berkeley, California. February, 1994.

“The College Men’s Health Crisis.” Continuing education training, University of California, University Health Service Health Promotion Department. Berkeley, California. October, 1993.

“Honor Thy Selves.” Lecture, University of California, Medical Center. San Francisco, California. January, 1987.

Invited Addresses at Professional Conferences

“Reaching Men: Evidence-Based Communication and Marketing Strategies.” U.S. Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress, Boston, Massachusetts. November, 17, 2001.

“Meeting the Challenges of Men’s Health: An Evidence-Based Psychosocial and Behavioral Model.” U.S. Psychiatric and Mental Health Congress, Boston, Massachusetts. November, 18, 2001.

“Engendering Men’s Health: An Evidence-Based Psychosocial and Behavioral Model.” American Psychological Association Presidential Miniconvention “Psychology Builds a Healthy World: New Markets, New Research”: “Gender, Stress, and Health.” American Psychological Association, 109th Annual Convention. San Francisco, California. August 25, 2001.

“Engendering Men’s Health: Strategies for Helping Men Live Longer, Healthier Lives.” Harvard Medical School, Department of Continuing Education conference, “Understanding Boys and Men,” Cambridge, Massachusetts. April 27, 2001.

“Male Services Update: Best Practices for Improving Men’s Health.” Title X Statewide Conference, “Making Clients Count: Building Strength and Diversity in the 21st Century,” Sacramento, California. April 3, 2001.

“A Gendered Perspective on Men’s Health: Evidence-Based Strategies for Working with Men.” Third Annual Male Advocacy Network Conference, “Men in the New Millennium.” Albuquerque, New Mexico. November 16, 2000.

“Who Are the ‘Men’ in ‘Men’s Health?’” Discussant’s remarks, “Men’s Health in the New Millennium: Emerging Research, Theory and Practice,” symposium at the American Psychological Association 108th Annual Convention. Washington, DC. August 7, 2000.

“Final Exams? Effective Interventions and Health Promotion Strategies for College Men.” National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 17, 2000.

“Healthy Guise: Unveiling Men’s Risks for Effective Health Promotion Strategies.” National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 17, 2000.

“How to Make Health Happen for Men: Behaviors, Communication and Programming.” Day-long, preconference seminar with Janet Fletcher Brady and Izzy Gessell. National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 16, 2000.

“Confronting College Men’s Health in the New Millennium.” American College Health Association, Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. June 5, 1999.

“College Men’s Health: An Overview and Tools for Effective Health Promotion.” National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 14, 1998.

“Implications of Men’s Attitudes and Health Behavior on Health Promotion Programming” National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 13, 1998.

“Masculine and Mortal: Designing Health Promotion Interventions for Men.” Day-long, preconference seminar. National Wellness Conference. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 11, 1998.

 “Practical Practice Guideline for Reducing Men’s Risks and Health Care Costs.” Men’s Health Programs Conference. Scottsdale, Arizona. November, 1996.

“Juvenile Offenders in Adult Jails: Current Report on the Deinstitutionalization of Youth.” California Child, Youth and Family Coalition Conference. San Rafael, California. March, 1983.

“Providing Outreach to Runaway and Homeless Youth on the Streets.” Northwest Network of Youth Service Providers Conference. Eugene, Oregon. May, 1982.

“Independent Living Skills for Youth.” Northwest Network of Youth Service Providers Conference. San Francisco, California. June, 1981.

Professional Conferences: Submitted Presentations

“Gender Role Conflict Predicts Engaging in Multiple Health Risk Behaviors” (McCreary, D.R., & Courtenay, W.H.). In J.M. O'Neil & G.E. Good (Chairs), Psychological and physical health correlates of gender role conflict: Five Empirical Studies. Symposium presented at the American Psychological Association, 111th Annual Convention. Toronto, Canada. August 8, 2003.

“Best Practices in Working with College Men: An Evidence-Based Psychosocial & Behavioral Model.” American College Health Association, Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. May 29, 2002.

“Evidence-Based Strategies for Working with Men.” Presenter, “Men’s Health: Exploring Research, Policy, and Practice.” American Psychological Association, 109th Annual Convention. San Francisco, California. August 24, 2001.

“Men’s Health: Exploring Research, Policy, and Practice.” Symposium Chair. American Psychological Association, 109th Annual Convention. San Francisco, California. August 24, 2001.

“Exploring Gender Differences in Health Risk Behaviors and Health Beliefs in Young Adults.” McCreary, Merighi, & Courtenay. American Psychological Association, Annual Convention. San Francisco, California. August 24, 2001.

“Confronting College Men’s Health in the New Millennium.” American College Health Association, Annual Meeting. San Diego, California. June 5, 1998.

“Better To Die Than Cry: Defining and Responding To The Men’s Health Crisis.” American College Health Association, 72nd Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. June, 1994.

“Borderline Clients in Substance Abuse Programs: New Questions About Old, Disputed Borders.” National Federation of Societies for Clinical Social Work, Clinical Conference. Chicago, Illinois. September, 1991.

Visiting Scholar Public Lectures & Community Presentations

“College Guys: Be a Man! Take Care of Yourself!” Kutztown University, Kutztown, Pennsylvania. October 16, 2001.

“Men’s Health: Helping Men Live Longer, Healthier Lives” Lehigh University, Reading, Pennsylvania. October 17, 2001.

“College Men’s Health: Get a Healthy Life!” Albright College, Reading, Pennsylvania. November 7, 2000.

“Men’s Health: Get a Healthy Life!” Saint John’s University, Collegeville, Minnesota. October 7, 2000.

“College Men’s Health: Get a Healthy Life!” University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon. April 10, 2000.

“College Men’s Health in the New Millennium.” University of Richmond. Richmond, Virginia. November 10, 1998.

“Men’s Health in the New Millennium.” St. Mary’s College. St. Mary’s, Maryland. November 9, 1998.

“Masculine and Mortal: Addressing Men’s Health Issues.” Sponsored by St. Michael’s Hospital. Stevens Point, Wisconsin. July 9, 1998.

“College Men’s Health in the New Millennium: Confronting the Crisis.” Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Geneva, New York. January 26, 1998.

Guest Lecturer

“Masculinity and Men’s Health.” Fitness for Life course, University of Oregon. Eugene, Oregon. April 10, 2000.

“Men’s Health.” Women’s Health Lecture Series, Sonoma State University. Sonoma, California. December 1, 1998.

“Men’s Health.” Dimensions of Wellness course, University of Richmond. Richmond, Virginia. November 11, 1998.

“Patriarchy and Men’s Health: What’s the Connection?”  Theories of Masculinity course, Men and Masculinity Program, Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Geneva, New York. January 27, 1998.

PROFESSIONAL REVIEW WORK

Journal of Men’s Health (Formerly, Journal of Men’s Health & Gender; Elsevier). Editorial Board Member. (2004 – 2008)

International Journal of Men’s Health. Editorial Board Member. (2005 – 2008)

Journal of Men’s Studies. Ad Hoc Reviewer.

Men and Masculinities. Ad Hoc Reviewer.

Scrip Reports, Surrey, United Kingdom. Provided review and recommended revisions of Men’s Healthcare report for pharmaceutical industry news publisher. May - July, 2000.

CoMed Communications, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Provided review and recommended revisions of National Men’s Health Initiative. October - November, 1999.

The Women’s Sports Foundation Report, East Meadow, New York. Provided review and recommended revisions of Miller, K.E., Sabo., D.F., Melnick, M.J., Farrell, M.P., & Barnes, G.M. (2000). The Women’s Sports Foundation Report: Health Risks and The Teen Athlete. East Meadow, NY: Women’s Sports Foundation. October - November, 1999.

The Haworth Press, Inc., New York. Provided review and recommended revisions of The Pain Behind the Mask: Overcoming Masculine Depression (Lynch & Kilmartin, 1999). September, 1998.

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Researcher of The Year Award 
American Psychological Association, Division 51, Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, 2004.

Fellowship in Psychiatry                   
University of California, Berkeley, Department of Psychiatry, 1990 - 1991.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Center for Men and Young Men at McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Advisory Board Member
Center for Research on Physical Activity, Sport and Health, International Advisory Board Member
International Society for Men’s Health, Steering Committee, U.S. Representative
Male Services Advisory Committee, Member
Men’s Health Network, Advisory Board Member
National Association of Social Workers, Member
National Center for the Health of Men, Boys, and Society, Advisory Committee Coordinator
Postpartum Support International, Fathers’ Coordinator
Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, Member
Toronto Men’s Health Network (Canada), Advisory Board Member
Women’s Sports Foundation, Policy Advisory Panel Member

 
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