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Counselling Men: How to effectively engage male clients


Presenter: Nathan Beel

Men make up the minority of clients in counselling and when they do attend, they are not always easy to engage in therapy. Counsellors who fail to understand or appreciate the interaction of masculine norms in the context of therapy can inadvertently misunderstand and energise resistant behaviour in some male clients. Some basic counselling procedures and goals can alienate and humiliate some males due to contradicting their masculine norms. Yet when therapists work with gender-sensitivity, men often become deeply committed to therapeutic work.

This workshop will provide a brief introduction to traditional masculine norms and how these may be evident in the therapy room. It will focus primarily on key male-friendly engagement strategies recommended by men’s therapists and researchers from Australia and internationally.

Presenter: Nathan Beel has over 20 years counselling experience and is a registered Clinical Member, Supervisor, and Counsellor Educator of PACFA.

He is a Lecturer and Counselling Discipline Coordinator at the University of Southern Queensland, teaching into undergraduate and graduate programs. Nathan has publications in male-friendly counselling and a range of other counselling-related topics.

Please click on this link www.trybooking.com/573703  to make your online booking now and take advantage of the Early Bird Price.

Early Bird – payment needs to be made by Sunday 23 February 2020

Contact: Ros Turner
Email: qca@qca.asn.au

This event counts as 1.5 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

For full details regarding the event please go to the website.


Date
06/03/2020
Time
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

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