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“Courtenay has the courage of his convictions . . . [His work] is not about creating the caricature of a “sensitive male.” It is about men’s survival – their own lives, the quality of their relationships, and the richness of their health. We will continue to count on leaders like Will Courtenay to deepen our understanding and to motivate our search for solutions.” Richard P. Keeling, MD, Editor, Journal of American College Health
Articles In The Press
KnowMore.TV interviewed Dr. Courtenay about health warning signs men shouldn’t ignore.
Dr. Courtenay is a contributor and the primary source for this Esquire Magazine feature article on men’s mental health, focusing on anger, anxiety and depression – including both their downsides and surprising upsides. The article includes some quasi-scientific quizzes to help readers assess their own mental health. Dr. Courtenay also details treating – and preventing – mental health problems, including everyday habits as well as natural supplements and medications.
Alison Johnson has interviewed Dr. Courtenay for several articles on both boys and fathers. These are all very thoughtful pieces.
Video games and angry boys
Boys struggle with body image, too
What dads really need
Dads need downtime, too!
Women are often concerned about how to help the men and boys in their lives to improve their health. LifeScript has asked Dr. Courtenay this question in several interviews. Here are a few articles including his advice for women.
Could Your Guy Have Male Health Problems?
10 Men’s Health Symptoms Your Guy Shouldn’t Ignore.
11 Signs Your Guy Has a Prostate Problem.
According to Will Courtenay . . . as many as one in four new dads experience symptoms such as stress, irritability and anger in the days, weeks and even months after the birth of a child.
Dr. Courtenay said . . . New fathers experience a drop in testosterone levels.
“Even when men have insurance, Courtenay says, research shows that they’re less likely to seek care than women.”
“The things we do that are good for the heart are also good for the penis . . . says Will Courtenay.”
“Men perceive themselves as invulnerable,” says Will Courtenay.