is a psychologist and director of University Counseling Services at California State University, Northridge. Mark has been facilitating men's groups and workshops since 1982. He is the past- president of Division 51 Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity of APA.
Men’s lives are often driven by a desire and expectation to climb the ladder of success. This type of training encourages men to look through a future-oriented lens, and subsequently create an inner sense of rushing through life and missing opportunities for experiencing the present moment more fully. The process and skills of slowing down and tasting life more fully are often desires that many men crave, yet are uncertain how to attain. This workshop explores what it means to be a fully present with ourselves and with others.