Doing Psychotherapy with Men: Practising Ethical Psychotherapy and Counselling with Men

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Peacock Publications, 2010 - Men - 234 pages
"Dr. Ashfield's book productively challenges us to break the perceptual biases and misconceptions that have developed around masculinity. His book powerfully reminds us of our accountability as therapists to recognize inherent masculine qualities and how they can be utilised in empowering men to shape for themselves - with the added understanding and nonjudgemental support of their community - better mental health outcomes. Dr. Ashfield's book will undoubtedly be a guiding resource for decades to come." - Dr. Elizabeth Celi Psychologist, Author and Health Consultant. John A. Ashfield PhD is a bestselling author, educator and psychotherapist. He is widely recognised for his innovative work and writing in the fields of male psychology and mental health. Dr Ashfield has also been a pioneer of post-graduate clinical education in psycho-oncology and palliative care, and is a keen advocate of interdisciplinary scholarship, and the articulation of research, education, and clinical practice. He resides in Adelaide, South Australia.

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