Michael Reichert

Board Member

United States

Michael Reichert is an applied and research psychologist who has advocated for healthy development for many years. He currently serves as Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Boys’ and Girls’ Lives, a research collaborative at the University of Pennsylvania practicing a unique model for Youth Participatory Action Research. In clinical practice outside Philadelphia, PA, he specializes in work with boys, men, and their families. He has served as supervising psychologist at an independent boys’ school in PA since 1987, been principle investigator on several global studies of boys’ education, and founded and directed a youth violence prevention program in the tri-state region around Philadelphia. He has presented and offered trainings to schools and community groups throughout the United States and many other English-speaking countries. Recent books include Reaching Boys, Teaching Boys: Lessons About What Works—and Why and I Can Learn From You: Boys as Relational Learners.

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Michael Reichert

Michael Reichert is an applied and research psychologist who has advocated for healthy development for many years. He currently serves as Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Boys’ and Girls’ Lives, a research collaborative at the University of Pennsylvania practicing a unique model for Youth Participatory Action Research. In clinical practice outside Philadelphia, PA, he specializes in work with boys, men, and their families. He has served as supervising psychologist at an independent boys’ school in PA since 1987, been principle investigator on several global studies of boys’ education, and founded and directed a youth violence prevention program in the tri-state region around Philadelphia. He has presented and offered trainings to schools and community groups throughout the United States and many other English-speaking countries. Recent books include Reaching Boys, Teaching Boys: Lessons About What Works—and Why and I Can Learn From You: Boys as Relational Learners.

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