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William Pollack

- Panelist Blurb

William S. Pollack, Ph.D., a clinical psychologist, is an assistant clinical professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, director of the Center for Men at McLean Hospital, and a founding member and fellow of the American Psychological Association's Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity.

Dr. Pollack is Founder & Director of the REAL BOYS Educational Programs. His Real Boys Workbook has been seen as "the definitive guide to understanding and interacting with boys of all ages." His national best-selling book, Real Boys' Voices revealed the wide range of the "secret emotional lives" of America's young males, including the survivors of Columbine to the "boys next door" -- from their fears of violence and the scourge of bullying and the "Boy Code," to the "impossible tests of masculinity."

Dr. Pollack is also the co-author of a a book redefining the psychology of men and male/female relationships, entitled: In A Time of Fallen Heroes: The Re-Creation of Masculinity.

Dr. Pollack participated on the Connecticut Form panel on Cruelty, Violence and Morality, on October 30, 1999.