Jed Diamond, Ph.D., L.C.S.W., is founder and director of MenAlive, a health program that helps men, and the people who love them, to live well throughout their lives. He is a pioneer in the field of male-gender medicine, integrative mental health and planetary healing. Since its inception in 1992, Jed has been on the Board of Advisors of the Men’s Health Network. He is also a member of the International Society of Men’s Health and a founding member of the American Society of Men’s Health. He blogs for the ThirdAge, Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, Scribd, Menstuff and other venues. He is the only male columnist who blogs for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. His work has been featured in major newspapers throughout the United States including the New York Times, Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, and USA Today. He has been featured on more than 1,000 radio and T.V. programs including The View with Barbara Walters, Good Morning America, Today Show, CNN-360 with Anderson Cooper, CNN with Glenn Beck, CBS, NBC, Fox News and To Tell the Truth. He also did a nationally televised special on male menopause for PBS. Diamond has been a licensed psychotherapist for over 40 years and is the author of 12 books including the international best-selling Male Menopause that has thus far been translated into 17 foreign languages. The Irritable Male Syndrome: Understanding and Managing the 4 Key Causes of Depression and Aggression and Mr. Mean: Saving Your Relationship from the Irritable Male Syndrome are also developing a worldwide readership. His recent book, Stress Relief for Men: How to Use the Revolutionary Tools of Energy Healing to Live Well, published by North Atlantic Books and distributed by Random House, has been gaining popularity. Jed’s first book for children (and adults who believe in saving the planet), Composting Abbie: A Whale of a Story, was published in February 2014. He is working on a new book, The Male Hormone: Dangerous Myths and Life-Saving Facts About Testosterone and Low T.