Aaron Kipnis, Ph.D. is author of The Midas Complex: How Money Drives Us Crazy and What We Can Do About It (2013), Knights Without Armor (1991/2004), coauthor of Gender War, Gender Peace (1994) and What Women and Men Really Want (1995), and a contributor to many anthologies and journals. His most recent book is Angry Young Men: How Parents, Teachers, and Counselors Can Help "Bad Boys" Become Good Men. Work in progress is about the psychology of poverty. Dr. Kipnis is core faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute where he has taught for 17 years. Outside the classroom, Aaron is a featured expert for national news media and an advisor to organizations such as the Little Hoover Commission's Task Force on Youth Crime and Violence, The Center for Psychology and Social Change, The California Youth Authority and The Harvard School of Education.
Publications Include: The Midas Complex: How Money Drives Us Crazy and What We Can Do About It; Knights Without Armor; What Women and Men Really Want; Angry Young Men
Areas of Emphasis: Gender Studies; Depth Psychology; Psyche and Culture; Clinical Psychology; Eco-Psychology Research; The Psychology of Money