Dr. Fredric Rabinowitz is a professor of psychology and associate dean at the University of Redlands and psychotherapist who specializes in working with men. He is a nationally recognized expert on the study of men and masculinity, and depression in men. Dr. Rabinowitz is one of the key architects and authors of the American Psychological Association's recently released, first-ever "2018 Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men," a project of which he has been the steward since 2005. He is currently working on a book and has authored many articles and book chapters. 

"Your FOMO's All In Your Head," Men's Health magazine

Men are often taught to suppress any expression of sadness during childhood, and feelings of isolation, especially early on in their lives can lead to depression.

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“Because of the way many men have been brought up—to be self-sufficient and able to take care of themselves—any sense that things aren’t OK needs to be kept secret,” Rabinowitz told the APA Monitor.

- "APA issues first-ever guidelines for practice with men and boys"

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