Mentone, AL, June 03, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Author and men’s issues leader John Lee has been added to the list of authors at Talking About Men’s Health’s blog. Talking About Men’s Health is a blog whose mission is to provide a platform for discussion on men, boys, and family health issues. The blog is authored by a range of public health professionals. Editor-in-Chief, Sonny Patel, MPH, goes on to say, “John Lee has been doing great and meaningful work for decades, and I am very excited to have him share his experience and expertise to the readers, authors, and of course to me.” John Lee, a renowned men’s issues author, will contribute to the blog’s periodical article releases and add new insights for readers.
Lee began his career as a professor at Austin Community College, the University of Alabama, and the University of Texas. He has written 18 self-help, psychology, recovery, creativity, or relationship non-fiction books that explore men’s health issues, like alcoholism and co-dependency. In addition to literature, Lee has advocated for the maintenance and improvement of men’s health in magazines, like Newsweek and on shows such as Oprah and 20/20. In 1986, Lee co-founded Primary, Emotional, Energy, Recovery (P.E.E.R.), a training program for counselors, social workers, and psychotherapists. Two years later, he founded and directed Austin’s Men’s Center, a counseling center that specializes in men’s issues. In the late 1980’s, he opened his own private practice in Austin, Texas specializing in men’s issues, relationships, adult children of alcoholics, and co-dependency.
Lee’s expertise in recovery, co-dependency, men’s issues and adult children will allow his future contributions to Talking About Men’s Health to be informative, intuitive, and more psychologically focused than his counterparts. Men’s Health Network applauds John Lee’s efforts in promoting and advocating men’s health through public speaking, training sessions, interviews, and books. We look forward to reading John Lee’s future contributions on TalkingAboutMensHealth.Com. Read the latest blog posts at www.TalkingAboutMensHealth.com.