Recent Television Interviews & Videos
Dr. Will tells the San Francisco’s KRON 4 News that in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting we need shift the conversation from gun control to talking about men and masculinity.
San Francisco KRON 4 News talks with Dr. Courtenay about the questions about men and boys that we fail to ask when mass shootings occur.
Karen Owoc, The Health Reporter, talked at length with Dr. Will about men and how to improve their mental health. They covered lots of topics, including anxiety, post-traumatic stress, phobias, stress, depression, fatherhood, the importance of social support for men, and how anger is killing many men and what to do about it.
See Dr. Courtenay being interviewed by Ysabel Duron and Marty Gonzalez about men’s depression and suicide on San Francisco’s NBC Weekend Morning News.
“As many as one in four new dads may experience what’s called paternal postnatal depression, and the problem can be more than just psychological, Courtenay said” Listen to the entire Good Morning America interview of Dr. Courtenay here.
People often think cosmetic surgery is something only women do. But that’s changed. At least 1 in 4 men says he’d consider cosmetic surgery. Hear Dr. Courtenay interviewed on the subject.
Diane Sawyer discusses postpartum depression in dads on ABC World News and in the story “Post-Partum Depression Not Just for Moms.”
See Dr. Courtenay on ABC Television, “The View From The Bay,” discussing how fathers provide for their families and kids in many ways – not just economically – and how what they do provide is greater than anything money can buy.
Dr. Will and Friends: Fathers and Fatherhood Dads talking about being a dad. Dr. Will Courtenay, “The Men’s Doc”, talks with a group of dads about the various challenges that fathers face in a modern world.
See this special segment produced by Japanese Public Television on postpartum depression in fathers, which features an interview with Dr. Courtenay. (Note: This program is recorded in Japanese.)
See Dr. Courtenay on ABC Television, “The View From The Bay,” discussing men’s and women’s communication and what a woman can do to get their husband or partner to open up and talk to them.
See Dr. Courtenay on ABC Television, “The View From The Bay,” discussing what women can do to help their male partners become more involved fathers with their kids.
For the Comcast Newsmakers series, Dr. Courtenay is interviewed by correspondent Mark Curtis about paternal postnatal depression.
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