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Farrell Announces Workshop for Detroit Conference on June 26, 2014

The Boy Crisis and Fatherlessness


Warren Farrell, Ph.D.

June 26, 2014

A Voice for Men Conference

Detroit, Michigan


This half-day workshop is designed for people who wish to deepen their compassion for men without alienating everyone else. It will clarify the biological basis of this resistance, and offer “work arounds” to create receptivity, via boys’ issues and how children benefit from paternal involvement.

To this end, I will present new data (from my book-in-progress on The Boy Crisis) as to why boys are in crisis and what we can each do about it. I will invite you to participate in exercises that will immerse you in an emotional experience of your connection with your dad.

Perhaps most important, the workshop is an opportunity to make a transition from you reading about me, to me getting to know you—so I may help nourish the potential leaders in the room. Thus the workshop will be limited to 50 participants. It will be a pleasure to share my birthday (June 26) with you!

Time: 1 pm-5 pm

Tickets Now through May 3, 2014 $79.00

May 4 through June 3 $89.00

June 4 though June 26, $99.00

About Warren Farrell

Dr. Warren Farrell has appeared on more than 1,000 TV and radio shows and been chosen by the Financial Times as one of the world’s top 100 thought leaders. His books are published in over 50 countries, and in 17 languages. They include Father and Child Reunion and the best-sellers Why Men Are The Way They Are plus The Myth of Male Power. Dr. Farrell has two daughters, lives with his wife in Mill Valley, California, and virtually at www.warrenfarrell.com.

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  • Greg Canning

    Have signed up for Warren’s workshop and very much looking forward to it! I heard him present and attended a public workshop he hosted in Brisbane last year and can assure you this will be well worth the effort if you are able to make it!!

  • Peter Wright

    This sounds like a fantastic workshop – the chance to connect emotionally with fathers/forefathers. Wish I was going! 😢

  • Shrek6

    Yep would be good. Just a few k’s too far for me.

    It would be great if we were able to get some of these guys out here to Australia and have them do a tour of the states. Problem is, we would be pushing it to get enough people to turn up. The MRM is not as vibrant here in Aus as it is in the US and Canada. Maybe in the future hey!

  • https://twitter.com/malcolmingabout Malcolm H. Johnston

    But I don’t want to make pottery.