Clinical Psychologist; Naturopathic Doctor; Co-founder of themindbodyclinic.com; Author, The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars, and the Politics of Anxious Masculinity
Stephen J. Ducat, N.D., Ph.D., is a naturopathic doctor and a clinical psychologist, licensed in both professions in California, and practices in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he operates The Mind-Body Clinic. He is currently a full time clinician specializing in integrative mental health, an approach that joins science-based natural medicine, nutrition, and psychotherapy. You can learn more about his clinical work at themindbodyclinic.com.
Whether in the practice of medicine, in his writing, or in teaching, Dr. Ducat has never been content to remain on the disciplinary reservation. He had been a professor for 20 years in the Humanities Program at New College of California until its untimely demise a few years ago. There he taught political psychology, psychohistory, crosscultural psychology, the psychology of gender, and social theory. His teaching posts since then have included a stint as a visiting professor at the interdisciplinary Fairhaven College of the University of Western Washington.
Stephen continues to publish and speak widely on the psychology of politics. His latest book is The Wimp Factor: Gender Gaps, Holy Wars, and the Politics of Anxious Masculinity.