Counsellor Phill Turner gives a short talk to the Male Psychology Conference (June 2017, UCL). Phill describes his own personal journey of discovering that the way he was being trained to do counselling in domestic violence cases was being distorted by something called the Duluth Model of domestic violence.
Phill’s talk made an impact on many people at the conference.
See it here
Lecture by Martin Seager & John Barry: What do men and women say they want from therapy? Results of a recent survey of 350 men and women led by Louise Liddon. Continue reading “Lecture: What do men and women say they want from therapy?”
John Barry presented for the British Psychological Society’s ‘Psychology in the Pub’ at the Tavern Bar in Plymouth on 16th of March 2017. Continue reading<span class="screen-reader-text"> "Are Psychologists doing enough to help Men and Boys? Psychology at the Pub"</span>
In a talk at UCL on the 15th of December Dr Ben Hine addressed the issue that both men and women face domestic violence. Continue reading<span class="screen-reader-text"> "Challenging the gendered nature of domestic abuse"</span>