Male-friendly approaches to wellbeing

Conference Schedule, Saturday 21st June

* Please note speakers and may change subject to unexpected circumstances (illness etc.)

Event Speaker Title (abbreviated)
Registration + coffee -
Welcome Martin Seager (CGL)
Keynote Dr Roger Kingerlee (NHS Norfolk & Suffolk) Male-friendly interventions, in the clinic and community
Presentation Ilyas Sagar-Ouriaghli (King's College London) Systematic review of improving male help-seeking behaviour
Presentation Dr Rob Hadley (Male Psychology Network) Is not being a dad harder than being a dad?
Poems Jennie Cummings-Knight (Goldenleaf)
Overview of posters
Tea break
Keynote Mark Brooks, OBE (MankindInitiative) The Mankind Initiative: the making of a successful male-friendly service for male victims of domestic violence
Presentation Ashley-Christopher Fallon (NHS Birmingham) Improving therapy for male prisoners using “male tinted spectacles”  


Presentation Dr Deborah Powney (UCLan) Recovering from domestic violence


Group photo
Presentation Dr Caroline Flurey (Uni West of England) Taking men into account in health psychology
Presentation Paddy Benson (Benson Boxing Academy) Wellbeing benefits of boxing
In brief Prof Eric Anderson (Uni of Winchester) Increasing positive attitudes to gay men
Tea break
Presentation Prof Miles Growth (Wagner College, New York). Male friendly existential therapy
Presentation Julia Marotti (UCL) Depressed boys' experience of Short-Term Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
In brief Dr Mahamed Hashi (Brixton Soup Kitchen) Listening better to young black men
Presentation Palgrave Handbook authors What’s in the new Male Psychology Handbook?
Drinks reception
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