Wexler provides practical advice and suggestions for engaging men in the therapeutic process. Chapters on men in relationships, male-type depression, men who are batterers, fathering, men in groups, and male diversity issues make strong contributions to male therapeutic literature. The chapter on treating men who are in relationships is exceptionally helpful. In addition to providing usable worksheets for clients, Wexler explores important relational themes, such as empathy, intimacy, and attachment. He also discusses male “relational dread” and provides effective intervention strategies for this common therapeutic phenomenon. However, more coverage specific to male divorce issues would have been helpful.