Selected articles by Dr Michael Broder
Psychologist, Author and Lecturer
Dr. Michael Broder has written for, been quoted by and/or featured in these selected publications—on numerous topics connected to his psychotherapy treatment, popular books, audio programs and work in police and media psychology:
Newsweek, Time, USA Today, TV Guide, The New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, , Family Circle, Psychology Today, New York Magazine, Broadcasting Magazine, Mademoiselle, First for Women, Self Magazine, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post and many hundreds of others.
He is currently a regular blogger for Huffington Post; and has been a regular contributor to Universal Press Syndicate, Womans World, Star Magazine, Business Digest and First for Women for a variety of columns and self-help articles.
Selected Complete Articles for Mental Health Professionals:
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Broder, M & Goldman, A “The Role of Maturity in the Cognitions that Govern Love Relationships and Sexual Satisfaction”. Journal of Rational Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Volume 31, Number 1, 2013.
Broder, M. So You Want To Work in the Media? 21 Things I Wish I Had Known When I First Asked That Question. Chapter 2: Psychology and the Media. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association, 1999.
Abstracts of Selected Professional Articles
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Broder, M., et. al. “Police Family Life Education Project Implementations”, September 11, 1999, October 2, 1999, April 29, 2000 and June 24, 2000 and Follow-Up Surveys of Families Who Attended Each of the Classes- Final Report
Broder, M., et al. Guidelines for Media Psychology. Association for Media Psychology (AMP); San Francisco, California (1983). Reprinted in: Alberti, R., Your Perfect Write. Impact Publishers, Inc. 1985.
Broder, M. A Descriptive Study of a Program Designed to Help Participants To Deal With Issues Related To Divorce And Separation from Long-Term Relationships. Doctoral Dissertation (Dissertation Abstracts International: Volume 42, Number 2), Temple University, 1981.
Broder, M. An Eclectic Approach to Primal Integration. Toronto; Primary Press, May 1976. (Un Approccio Eclettico Alla Integrazione Primaria. Translated into Italian in January 1977 by Isabella Leonicini, U. Lo del Duon Consiglio, and 31 Romo
Please click here for Dr. Broder’s Professional CV.
Dr. Broder’s Selected Self Help Articles
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Communicating Sexual Desires
Cure for Boredom
Fear of commitment
Fear of Rejection
Getting Involved Again After An Ended Love Relationship
Having it all
Indifference in Marriage
Insomnia, Stress, and Depression
Low Sexual Desire
Self-Esteem Self Confidence
Staying Together for the Children
Stress is a treatable illness
Surviving an Affair
Surviving the Economic Crisis
Talking to Teens about Sex
Who Feels Good After The Breakup Of A Marital Or Other Long Term Relationship?
And many many others!