The Red Pill is a documentary “which chronicles feminist filmmaker’s Cassie Jaye’s journey exploring an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege.” The Male Psychology Network screened the movie on the 5th of January at UCL, London.
You are invited to take part in a series of online questionnaires relating to men’s wellbeing. Continue reading “Men’s Wellbeing Study”
Continue reading “The Great Masculinity Debate”
We would like you to tell us about what things in your life make you feel good about yourself and the things you think are important in your life. Continue reading “Core values and wellbeing in 2017”
We are interested in hearing from both university students in general, as well as university staff and students who support students, in order to gain an understanding of their knowledge of mental health. Continue reading “Study on Mental Health Literacy in students and those in student supporting roles”
By Geoff Hewitt
Working with young males in learning environments for some time has allowed me to experience aspects of violence, joviality, random acts of kindness and much more.
Lecture by Kate Holloway, Martin Seager & John Barry, based on the results of a recent interview study with 20 experienced psychological therapists. Continue reading “Do men and women want the same thing from therapy?”
We all want to do the best for our clients and most people believe in gender equality, but what if I told you that the motivation to see men and women as the same might be limiting your ability as a therapist?
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?”
This survey is for adults (18+) in England who needed treatment or support from a medical professional for a mental or emotional problem at some point within the last 12 months but didn’t get it.
The survey has 10 questions and should take about 5-10 minutes to complete. The survey has two parts. The first part is about barriers to treatment and support and the second part is about you.
The purpose of the survey is to understand why people don’t get treatment or support from medical professionals for mental and emotional problems. The survey is being conducted as part of a Master of Science (MSc) degree in Social Research Methods & Evaluation through The University of Huddersfield. Your feedback is really important and will also be used to inform organisations working to improve mental healthcare in England.
All responses will be anonymous. This means that nobody will know who took part in the survey.
The survey will close on Friday 7th April.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Edward Fraser at U1574738@unimail.hud.ac.uk.