Selected articles by Dr. Michael Broder
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. Click here for Michael’s blog page.
Selected Complete Articles for Mental Health Professionals:
(Click below for article):
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 and Book Chapters
Broder, M. “Motivational Coaching”. Chapter 12, Coaching For Rational Living: Theory, Techniques and Applications. New York: Springer Press, 2018.
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