Ben Gaddes is an experienced psychotherapist, group facilitator, and long-distance hiker. He has facilitated men’s groups and retreats for the past 10 years throughout the United States, and has worked as a psychotherapist with groups, individuals, and families in residential treatment, prison, and outpatient settings. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His research and clinical interests include archetypal, imaginal, liberation, and eco- psychologies; sexual violence prevention; and the psychiatric recovery, and other do-it-yourself healing movements. To this training he brings his sharp facilitation skills, courageous heart, and old-soul intuitions about the psyche.