THE NEW YORK TIMES FEATURES MAN THERAPY
Dr. Rich Mahogany is not a man who is easily humbled. But even he was blushing after reading this New York Times article written about Man Therapy - Cactus's new suicide prevention campaign targeted at working aged men.
And how could the good Doctor not be tickled when New York Times reporter Andrew Newman described him as "an affable, mustachioed, middle-aged man whose personality might be described as Dr. Phil meets Ron Burgundy..."
The article which was featured in the Monday edition of the New York Times, features interviews from Cactus CEO Joe Conrad and Office of Suicide Prevention
director Jarrod Hindman