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David B. Wexler

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RELATIONSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE

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RELATIONSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE

4036 Third Avenue

San Diego, California,92103

United States

Company Description

RTI offers an on-going series of informative workshops and state-of-the-art training programs for mental health professionals and for the public, bringing innovative leaders and teachers to the San Diego community. RTI staff also travel throughout the world tr...more

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About The Relationship Training Institute and workshops for Relationship Development, Domestic Violence Prevention, Domestic Abuse Assessment and Treatment

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Executive Director: David B. Wexler, Ph.D.
David B. Wexler, Ph.D. Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute Dr. Wexler has received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. David B. Wexler, Ph.D. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit Relationship Training Institute, which provides education and treatment internationally for relationship development and the prevention and treatment of relationship violence. He has also served as the Clinical and Administrative Supervisor for the NIMH-sponsored research study of domestic violence in the Navy from 1991 through 1996, and again from 2001 through 2006. Dr. Wexler is the author of When Good Men Behave Badly: Change Your Behavior Change Your Relationship (2004), and Is He Depressed or What?: What to Do When the Man You Love is Moody, Irritable, and Withdrawn (2006). Men In Therapy: New Approaches for Effective Treatment (2009), was released in 2009. Dr. Wexler has beenfeatured on the Dr. Phil show and the TODAY show, in the Wall St. Journal, Washington Post, "O" magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Men's Health, and on hundreds of radio and TV programs throughout North America to help educate the public about relationships in conflict and how to resolve them. Psychotherapy Networker devoted an entire issue to issues of men in therapy in May/June 2010 built around Dr. Wexler's feature article. Dr. Wexler has authored an internationally-recognized domestic violence treatment manual: the newly revised and updated The STOP Program-Third Edition was released by W.W. Norton in 2013. Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on The STOP Program model throughout the world. He has also recently published the ground-breaking STOP Program: For Women Who Abuse (Norton, 2016). Dr. Wexler is also the former Chairman of the Treatment & Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award for Treatment by this Council. The California Psychological Association has also designated Dr. Wexler as a Master Lecturer and he received CPA's Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award. Dr. Wexler recently received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. The Relationship Training Institute is approved by the San Diego County Probation Department to provide clinical training for all authorized county domestic violence treatment programs for court-ordered offenders. These five-day training workshops are offered annually in San Diego County. The U.S. Navy contracted with Dr. Wexler to design an innovative intervention program for the prevention of date and acquaintance rape. TRUE CONSENT: Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Men, was administered to 50,000 incoming Navy recruits annually at Great Lakes Naval Training Center as part of a four-year research study on prevention of sexual violence in the Navy. Dr. Wexler has consulted on over 100 forensic cases (and has testified as an expert witness in over 30 cases) in which the understanding of domestic violence offender characteristics, domestic violence patterns in relationships, and battered women's syndrome (now known as "intimate partner battering and its effects") can help the Court clarify the complex legal issues. He has testified in civil case and custody cases, in military cases and civilian cases, and for both prosecution and defense. Dr. Wexler is also the former Director of Psychological Services at Rancho Park Hospital, where he developed the internationally recognized PRISM model for self-management. He has pioneered the development of self psychology and cognitive behavior therapy in treating adolescents. He is the author of THE ADOLESCENT SELF: Strategies for Self-management, Self-soothing, and Self-esteem in Adolescents, The PRISM Workbook, The Advanced PRISM Workbook, published in 1993. To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI staff and faculty about professional training or consultation, please call 619.296.8103. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute


About The Relationship Training Institute and workshops for Relationship Development, Domestic Violence Prevention, Domestic Abuse Assessment and Treatment

rtiprojects.org [cached]

Executive Director: David B. Wexler, Ph.D.
David B. Wexler, Ph.D. Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute Dr. Wexler has received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. David B. Wexler, Ph.D. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit Relationship Training Institute, which provides education and treatment internationally for relationship development and the prevention and treatment of relationship violence. He has also served as the Clinical and Administrative Supervisor for the NIMH-sponsored research study of domestic violence in the Navy from 1991 through 1996, and again from 2001 through 2006. Dr. Wexler is the author of When Good Men Behave Badly: Change Your Behavior Change Your Relationship (2004), and Is He Depressed or What?: What to Do When the Man You Love is Moody, Irritable, and Withdrawn (2006). Men In Therapy: New Approaches for Effective Treatment (2009), was released in 2009. Dr. Wexler has been featured on the Dr. Phil show and the TODAY show, in the Washington Post, "O" magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Men's Health, and on dozens of radio and TV programs throughout North America to help educate the public about relationships in conflict and how to resolve them. Psychotherapy Networker devoted an entire issue to issues of men in therapy in May/June 2010 built around Dr. Wexler's feature article. Dr. Wexler has authored an internationally-recognized domestic violence treatment manual: the newly revised and updated The Stop Program-Third Edition was released by Norton in 2013. Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on The STOP Program model throughout the world. Dr. Wexler is also the former Chairman of the Treatment & Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award for Treatment by this Council. The California Psychological Association has also designated Dr. Wexler as a Master Lecturer and he received CPA's Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award. Dr. Wexler recently received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. The Relationship Training Institute is approved by the San Diego County Probation Department to provide clinical training for all authorized county domestic violence treatment programs for court-ordered offenders. These five-day training workshops are offered twice annually in San Diego County. The U.S. Navy contracted with Dr. Wexler to design an innovative intervention program for the prevention of date and acquaintance rape. TRUE CONSENT: Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Men, was administered to 50,000 incoming Navy recruits annually at Great Lakes Naval Training Center as part of a four-year research study on prevention of sexual violence in the Navy. Dr. Wexler has served as an expert witness in numerous forensic cases in which the understanding of domestic violence offender characteristics, domestic violence patterns in relationships, and battered women's syndrome (now known as "intimate partner battering and its effects") can help the Court clarify the complex legal issues. He has testified for both prosecution and defense. Dr. Wexler is also the former Director of Psychological Services at Rancho Park Hospital, where he developed the internationally recognized PRISM model for self-management. He has pioneered the development of self psychology and cognitive behavior therapy in treating adolescents. He is the author of THE ADOLESCENT SELF: Strategies for Self-management, Self-soothing, and Self-esteem in Adolescents, The PRISM Workbook, The Advanced PRISM Workbook, published in 1993. To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI staff and faculty about professional training or consultation, please call 619.296.8103. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute


About The Relationship Training Institute and workshops for Relationship Development, Domestic Violence Prevention, Domestic Abuse Assessment and Treatment

www.rtiprojects.org [cached]

Executive Director: David B. Wexler, Ph.D.
David B. Wexler, Ph.D. Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute Dr. Wexler has received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. David B. Wexler, Ph.D. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit Relationship Training Institute, which provides education and treatment internationally for relationship development and the prevention and treatment of relationship violence. He has also served as the Clinical and Administrative Supervisor for the NIMH-sponsored research study of domestic violence in the Navy from 1991 through 1996, and again from 2001 through 2006. Dr. Wexler is the author of When Good Men Behave Badly: Change Your Behavior Change Your Relationship (2004), and Is He Depressed or What?: What to Do When the Man You Love is Moody, Irritable, and Withdrawn (2006). Men In Therapy: New Approaches for Effective Treatment (2009), was released in 2009. Dr. Wexler has been featured on the Dr. Phil show and the TODAY show, in the Washington Post, "O" magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Men's Health, and on dozens of radio and TV programs throughout North America to help educate the public about relationships in conflict and how to resolve them. Psychotherapy Networker devoted an entire issue to issues of men in therapy in May/June 2010 built around Dr. Wexler's feature article. Dr. Wexler has authored an internationally-recognized domestic violence treatment manual: the newly revised and updated The Stop Program-Third Edition was released by Norton in 2013. Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on The STOP Program model throughout the world. Dr. Wexler is also the former Chairman of the Treatment & Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award for Treatment by this Council. The California Psychological Association has also designated Dr. Wexler as a Master Lecturer and he received CPA's Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award. Dr. Wexler recently received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. The Relationship Training Institute is approved by the San Diego County Probation Department to provide clinical training for all authorized county domestic violence treatment programs for court-ordered offenders. These five-day training workshops are offered twice annually in San Diego County. The U.S. Navy contracted with Dr. Wexler to design an innovative intervention program for the prevention of date and acquaintance rape. TRUE CONSENT: Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Men, was administered to 50,000 incoming Navy recruits annually at Great Lakes Naval Training Center as part of a four-year research study on prevention of sexual violence in the Navy. Dr. Wexler has served as an expert witness in numerous forensic cases in which the understanding of domestic violence offender characteristics, domestic violence patterns in relationships, and battered women's syndrome (now known as "intimate partner battering and its effects") can help the Court clarify the complex legal issues. He has testified for both prosecution and defense. Dr. Wexler is also the former Director of Psychological Services at Rancho Park Hospital, where he developed the internationally recognized PRISM model for self-management. He has pioneered the development of self psychology and cognitive behavior therapy in treating adolescents. He is the author of THE ADOLESCENT SELF: Strategies for Self-management, Self-soothing, and Self-esteem in Adolescents, The PRISM Workbook, The Advanced PRISM Workbook, published in 1993. To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI staff and faculty about professional training or consultation, please call 619.296.8103. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute


About The Relationship Training Institute in San Diego, California, and Its Staff and Faculty

www.rtiprojects.org [cached]

Information about the Relationship Training Institute, its founder David B. Wexler, and its staff of professional counselors and instructors for relationship development training workshops.
THE RELATIONSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE 4036 Third Ave. San Diego, CA 92103 619.296.8103 (voice) • 619.296.5027 (fax) Executive Director: David B. Wexler, Ph.D. Dr. Wexler has received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. David B. Wexler, Ph.D. RELATIONSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE 4036 Third Ave. San Diego, CA 92103 619.296.8103 619.296.5027 (fax) David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Relationship Training Institute David B. Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict. He is the Executive Director of the non-profit Relationship Training Institute, which provides education and treatment internationally for relationship development and the prevention and treatment of relationship violence. He has also served as the Clinical and Administrative Supervisor for the NIMH-sponsored research study of domestic violence in the Navy from 1991 through 1996, and again from 2001 through 2006. Dr. Wexler is the author of When Good Men Behave Badly: Change Your Behavior, Change Your Relationship, Is He Depressed or What?: What to Do When the Man You Love is Moody, Irritable, and Withdrawn. His newest book, Men In Therapy: New Approaches for Effective Treatment, was released in 2009. Dr. Wexler has been featured on the Dr. Phil show and the TODAY show, in the Washington Post, "O" magazine, Cosmopolitan, Redbook, Men's Health, and on dozens of radio and TV programs throughout North America to help educate the public about relationships in conflict and how to resolve them. Dr. Wexler has authored a treatment manual with accompanying workbooks entitled STOP Domestic Violence: Innovative Skills, Techniques, Options, and Plans for Better Relationships. Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, military personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on the The STOP Program model throughout the world. Dr. Wexler is also the former Chairman of the Treatment & Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and has been awarded the Distinguished Service Award for Treatment by this Council. The California Psychological Association has also designated Dr. Wexler as a Master Lecturer and he received the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award at their annual convention in 2003. Dr. Wexler recently received the prestigious award of Practitioner of the Year from the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, a division of the American Psychological Association. The Relationship Training Institute is approved by the San Diego County Probation Department to provide clinical training for all authorized county domestic violence treatment programs for court-ordered offenders. These five-day training workshops are offered twice annually in San Diego County. RTI provides treatment, evaluation and consultation for all forms of relationship development and relationship violence, including domestic violence, sexual offenders, stalking, and victims of crimes. The U.S. Navy contracted with Dr. Wexler to design an innovative intervention program for the prevention of date and acquaintance rape. This program, called TRUE CONSENT: Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Men, was administered to 50,000 incoming Navy recruits annually at Great Lakes Naval Training Center as part of a four-year research study on prevention of sexual violence in the Navy. Dr. Wexler has served as an expert witness in numerous forensic cases in which the understanding of domestic violence offender characteristics, domestic violence patterns in relationships, and battered women's syndrome (now known as "intimate partner battering and its effects") can help the Court clarify the complex legal issues. He has testified for both prosecution and defense. Dr. Wexler is also the former Director of Psychological Services at Rancho Park Hospital, where he developed the internationally recognized PRISM model for self-management. He has pioneered the development of self psychology and cognitive behavior therapy in treating adolescents. He is the author of THE ADOLESCENT SELF: Strategies for Self-management, Self-soothing, and Self-esteem in Adolescents, The PRISM Workbook, The Advanced PRISM Workbook, published in 1993. To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI staff and faculty about professional training or consultation, please call 619.296.8103. David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Relationship Training Institute Relationship Training Institute 4036 Third Avenue San Diego, CA 92103 619-296-8103 • 619-296-5027 fax General Information: info@rtiprojects.org


About The Relationship Training Institute in San Diego, California, and Its Staff and Faculty

www.rtiprojects.com [cached]

Information about the Relationship Training Institute, its founder David B. Wexler, and its staff of professional counselors and instructors for relationship development training workshops.THE RELATIONSHIP TRAINING INSTITUTE4036 Third Ave.San Diego, CA 92103619.296.8103 (voice) - 619.296.5027 (fax)Executive Director: David B. Wexler, Ph.D.Dr. Wexler has been designated as a Master Lecturer by the California Psychological Association and received the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award at the annual CPA convention in San Jose in April, 2003! David B. Wexler, Ph.D.Executive Director, David B. Wexler, Ph.D.David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director of the Relationship Training InstituteDavid B. Wexler, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist in private practice in San Diego, specializing in the treatment of relationships in conflict.He is the Executive Director of the Relationship Training Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which has provided group treatment services for several thousand service members through the U.S. Navy Family Advocacy Center since 1986.He has also served as the Clinical and Administrative Supervisor for the NIMH-sponsored research study of domestic violence in the Navy from 1991 through 1996, and again from 2001 to the present. Dr. Wexler has authored a 200-page treatment manual with accompanying workbooks entitled DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 2000: An Integrative Skills Program for Men (Norton, 2000), now being implemented by domestic violence programs throughout the U.S. and Canada.Dr. Wexler has trained thousands of community professionals, Navy personnel, and law enforcement officials through extensive training seminars on the Domestic Violence 2000 model throughout the United States.Dr. Wexler is also the former Chairman of the Treatment & Intervention Committee of the San Diego Domestic Violence Council and was recently awarded the Distinguished Service Award for Treatment by this Council.The California Psychological Association has also designated Dr. Wexler as a Master Lecturer and he received the Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award at their annual convention in 2003.Dr. Wexler has appeared on the Dr. Phil show, the TODAY show, and dozens of radio and TV programs to help educate the public about relationships in conflict and how to resolve them.The Relationship Training Institute is approved by the San Diego County Probation Department to provide clinical training for all authorized county domestic violence treatment programs for court-ordered offenders.These five-day training workshops are offered twice annually in San Diego County.RTI also offers advanced training seminars in the field of relationship violence.RTI provides treatment, evaluation and consultation for all forms of relationship development and relationship violence, including domestic violence, sexual offenders, stalking, victims of crimes, sexual harassment, and workplace violence.The U.S. Navy has contracted with Dr. Wexler to design an innovative intervention program for the prevention of date and acquaintance rape for Navy recruits at Great Lakes Naval Training Center.This program, called TRUE CONSENT: Sexual Assault Awareness Training for Men, is being administered to 50,000 incoming Navy recruits annually at Great Lakes Naval Training Center as part of a four-year research study on prevention of sexual violence in the Navy.Dr. Wexler is also the former Director of Psychological Services at Rancho Park Hospital, where he developed the internationally recognized PRISM model for self-management.He has pioneered the development of self psychology and cognitive behavior therapy in treating adolescents.He is the author of THE ADOLESCENT SELF: Strategies for Self-management, Self-soothing, and Self-esteem in Adolescents, The PRISM Workbook, The Advanced PRISM Workbook, published in 1993.Dr. Wexler has presented training in the PRISM model to thousands of professionals throughout the United States and Canada.Dr. Wexler,s latest book is Is He Depressed or What?: What to Do When the Man You Love Is Irritable, Moody, and Withdrawn, click here for more information.His other recent book is When Good Men Behave Badly: Change Your Behavior, Change Your Relationship, click here for more information.He receives outstanding reviews at his workshops and is known for integrating theory, audience interaction, practical skills, and humor in his presentations.To contact Dr. Wexler or other RTI staff and faculty about professional training or consultation, please e-mail at info@RTIprojects.com or call 619-296-8103.David B. Wexler, Ph.D., Executive Director, Relationship Training InstituteRelationship Training Institute4036 Third AvenueSan Diego, CA 92103619-296-8103 - 619-296-5027 faxGeneral Information: info@rtiprojects.com


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