Dr. Leonard Sax Takes Down the Guidelines

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January 20, 2019 by Robery Franklin, Member, National Board of Directors, National Parents Organization

Now it’s Dr. Leonard Sax’s turn to savage the new APA Guidelines for Practice with Men and Boys (IFStudies, 1/15/19).  Sax, like Michael Gurian about whose response to the APA I wrote this past Wednesday is that rara avis who takes the needs of men and boys seriously.  Not only that, he takes the science of his profession – psychologist – seriously too.  So it’s no surprise that he scorns the new guidelines.

His piece is aimed mostly at the science on men and boys and the lack of it supporting the guidelines.  But Sax also points out some of the more obvious deficiencies of the APA’s screed.  For example,

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