Join Dr. Arne Rubinstein from Australia as he shares how men are being called upon more than ...
Join Dr. Arne Rubinstein from Australia as he shares how men are being called upon more than ever in these times of crisis and uncertainty. He will explain how we ...are in the midst of a global “Rite of Passage” and how we move through it will determine the next stage of our lives and the lives of those around it.
Using the model of boy to man to elder Dr Arne will demonstrate that we are all in a process of transformation with closely entwined challenges and opportunities.
Dr. Arne Rubinstein is the bestselling author of “The Making of Men: Raising Boys to be happy healthy and successful” and a globally recognised expert in Rites of Passage. His work is now in over 25 different countries with more than 200,000 people who have attended the programs and seminars he has helped to create.
More and more men miss a feeling of real, lived manhood in themselves. They suffer from too ...
More and more men miss a feeling of real, lived manhood in themselves.
They suffer from too little aggression, willingness to conflict, self-confidence and leadership—about themselves and in their partnership. On ...the contrary: women have clear leadership in at least 80% of relationships in this country. More and more men complain about their emotional dependence on their partner or women in general. What are the real causes for this?
Bjørn Thorsten Leimbach has been dealing with this question as a seminar leader and psychotherapist for 25 years. While usually working on the solution of the above problems, he would like to present the psychological and social backgrounds for a weakened and insecure masculinity in our society.
In this lecture the “man maker”, as he is often called, speaks about the origin of the problem: childhood. He himself is the father of four boys and describes why boys have found it increasingly difficult to develop their masculinity in recent decades. Everything masculine is even withdrawn and suppressed from them through permanent female influence and one-sided mothering. His thesis: the lack of patronage by the biological father and the lack of male caregivers and role models is the main reason for a weakened and insecure masculinity today. He sheds light on the essential, feminist matrix of our society that prevents men from living out their masculinity.
This lecture is not only enriching for fathers and for dealing with children—it also creates an understanding of the influences that have shaped you as a man.
Bjørn Thorsten Leimbach is a prominent author, trainer and coach for
men. For the last 30 years, he has lead seminars and apprenticeships focusing on personality and management. Numerous therapists, trainers and coaches yield inspiration from his unconventional approaches and his provocative ideas.
His bestseller “Männlichkeit Leben (Live masculinity)” has become a guideline for the men‘s movement in the German-speaking world. In 1995, as a couples therapist, and together with Leila Bust, he developed and, since, lead the couples and tantra training LoveCreation®.
Dr. Farrell has been a pioneer in both the women’s movement (elected three times to the Board ...
Dr. Farrell has been a pioneer in both the women’s movement (elected three times to the Board of N.O.W. in NYC) and the men’s movement (called by GQ Magazine “The ...Martin Luther King of the men’s movement”) and the Financial Times chose him as one of the world’s top 100 thought leaders.
His books are published in over 50 countries, and in 19 languages. They include the New York Times best-seller, “Why Men Are the Way They Are”, plus the international best-seller, “The Myth of Male Power” and “The Boy Crisis (co-authored with John Gray)”.
He has appeared on over 1000 TV shows and been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, Katie Couric, Larry King, Tucker Carlson, Regis Philbin and Charlie Rose. He has frequently written for and been featured in The New York Times and publications worldwide.
Dr. Farrell has two daughters, lives with his wife in Mill Valley, California.