Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help Bad Boys Become Good Men
Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help Bad Boys Become Good Men  -     By: Aaron Kipnis, James Gilligan
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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Wiley
Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 8.70 X 5.96 X 0.91 (inches)
ISBN: 0787960438
ISBN-13: 9780787960438

Publisher's Description

Writing from personal and professional experience, Aaron Kipnisshares both the riveting story of his own troubled youth-and how heturned himself around-and the successful approaches he has used tohelp "bad boys" become good men. Angry Young Men offers specific,practical advice for parents, teachers, counselors, communityleaders, and justice professionals-- everyone who wants to helpat-risk boys become strong, productive, caring, and compassionatemen.
"Angry Young Men is an extremely important book that is especiallytimely now during our current epidemic of violence by and againstboys and young men . . . Aaron Kipnis has seen deeply, not onlyinto the souls of troubled boys and adolescents, but also intothose aspects of the spirit of our culture and our epoch that haveturned an unprecedentedly large portion of our boys and young meninto the perpetrators and victims of violence."--From the Forewordby James Gilligan, M.D., Department of Psychiatry, Harvard MedicalSchool

Author Bio

Aaron Kipnis, Ph.D., is a popular national speaker and consultant on male psychology. He is president of the Fatherhood Coalition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to aiding fathers in their relationships with children and spouses, and teaches therapists in training at Pacifica Graduate Institute. He is the author of Knights Without Armor and coauthor of What Men and Women Really Want.

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“…presented several ideas worthy of consideration…” (Youth & Policy, No. 83)

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