New Psychotherapy for Men contains a comprehensive overview of the therapy of men and the theory behind it. The introduction gives a review of the social code of masculinity, which influences male character development and takes a toll on men’s longevity. Six factors that interfere with men seeking help are listed: difficulty admitting a problem, difficulty asking for help, normative male alexithymia or difficulty in emotional intelligence, fear of intimacy, sexualization of relations with female therapists and homophobic barriers to male therapists, and lack of treatment that is empathic to men’s needs. Part 1 includes chapters on psychoanalytic, psychoeducation, cognitive, group, couple, and family therapies. Part 2 includes chapters on treating depression, shame, gender role stress and erectile disorder, and empathic disconnection in violent men. Part 3 covers treating anger in African American men, treating gay and bisexual men, and when women treat men.