In The News
Dr. Shane in the Press…
Essence Magazine (May 2017) Your Man’s Other Women
Ebony Magazine (March 2013) Take Your Relationship Deeper
Ebony Magazine (June 2012). Why Good Boys Get a Bad Rap: Understanding ADHD
Ebony Magazine(Jan 2012/Dec 2011).Ready to Commit–or Forcing the Fit
Ebony Magazine (Nov 2011). Rewritng the Marriage Rules
Ebony Magazine (Aug 2011). Crossing the Collar Line
Ebony Magazine (May 2011). Untangle That Triangle: Avoid Making Three a Crowd
Essence Magazine: Dr. Shane Interviewed about Questions Couples Should Ask Before Tying the Knot
Will to Live: The Teka Adam’s Story, Guest Specialist, Dr. Shane Perrault
XM Radio Interview: “The Power, Joe Madison’s Show,” Dr. Shane Talks About the State of African American Marriages
Dr. Shane Blogs for Psychology Today: ADHD Relationships — 7 Tips to Get the Focus Back on Love!
Dr. Shane Blogs for Psychology Today: Find Your Knight-In-Shining-Armor — Five Secrets of Women Who Meet More Men Than They Can Ever Date.
Dr. Shane Blogs for Psychology Today: Why Would a Happy Tiger Woods Cheat? And Why Do Men Cheat at All?
The Washington Times Article: WETZSTEIN: Black marriage needs win-win
Washington Post Article: Congresswoman Norton’s Forum at Focuses on Marriage in Black Community
Examiner Article: Dr. Shane Perrault and Audrey Chapman Address African American Singles and the Tale of Marriage
BlackandMarriedwithKids.com Article: Black Male-Female Relationships — How Do We Heal Our Pain?
Black Christians News Article: What Happened to Black Marriages
“The Afro” News Article: Congressional Black Caucus Examines State of Black Marriage
Washington Post Article: A Candidate Who Mirrors Their Lives Black Professionals See Obama’s Trials, Gains as Reflection of Their Own
Book Dr. Shane to Speak…
Stanford University Black Alumni Summit: The Black Boudoir
Film Screening Discussion: You Saved Me
Film Screening Discussion: Men Ain’t Boys
Dr. Shane Perrault Speaks at Congresswoman Norton’s Forum at the Congressional Black Caucus, with co-facilitator Audrey Chapman
“A powerful speaker…your speech hit the ball out of the park. You made some excellent points, while successfully balancing humor, challenging your audience and educating them. I look forward to making your acquaintance on a lot of other issues related to family and marriage.”