Cradle My Heart Radio features psychologist and researcher Catherine Coyle week of May 3
Abortion: what have men got to do with it?
If you read about and research the problem of abortion long enough you may come to the conclusion: not much. Finding unbiased research on the impact of abortion on women is difficult enough, but research into abortion in the lives of men is nearly nonexistent.
Catherine Coyle is working to change that. Through her clinical work, research, writing, and conferences she is asking the tough questions no one else has troubled to ask: what about men? How many men are impacted by abortion? How do their needs differ from the problems women face? And, how do men resolve their disenfranchisement–where is the reproductive justice for men who have no legal standing in the lives of their unborn children?
Join us this week. With caring and compassion, Dr. Coyle brings men to the table–yes, to hold them accountable–but to honor and respect their need for healing too.
From Catherine’s bio:
Catherine Coyle, RN, MSN, PhD earned a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology (area of Human Development) at the University of Wisconsin. She is a registered nurse and holds a master’s degree in clinical psychiatric nursing. She has taught at both Edgewood College and the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Dr. Coyle has developed a healing program for men who have been hurt by abortion and has scientifically documented its effectiveness. She is the author of the book, Men and Abortion: A Path to Healing, and the ebook Men and Abortion: Finding Healing, Restoring Hope. Dr. Coyle is an associate of the International Forgiveness Institute and continues to pursue research in the areas of both forgiveness and post abortion trauma. She has published several papers and given numerous presentations concerning the effects of abortion on men, the psychological process of forgiveness, and forgiveness therapy.
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