By Matt Englar-Carlson, Marcheta P. Evans, Thelma Duffey
Targeting the original possibilities and demanding situations associated
with counseling males, this e-book examines a number of critical
issues relating the psychology of guys and masculinity and
presents profitable, evidence-based recommendations for treatment.
Nationally famous students and clinicians with services in
treating males convey easy methods to holiday down obstacles to connecting
with male consumers and provides them the assistance they need.
After an introductory primer on counseling males, half One
focuses on treating males in counseling, team work,
and occupation counseling, in addition to counseling males approximately their well-being. half explores the
intersections of identification for sexual minority males, older males, and fathers, and discusses
spiritual paintings with males in existence transitions. half 3 addresses the troubles of guys in the
military, prevention of sexual violence, and treating males with addictions and trauma-related
issues. half 4 presents the explicit scientific frames of woman counselors utilizing relational
cultural concept with males, and utilizing motivational and masculine-sensitive treatment with men.
Examples and vignettes are interspersed through the textual content supplying medical relevance,
and reflective questions inside of each one bankruptcy inspire readers to discover their very own biases
and rules approximately operating with males
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How did you learn this? • How do you show this to others? 7 Introduction Counselors can invite clients to examine their socialization experiences by linking content or processes that come up in counseling with masculine norms. Traditional masculine norms encouraging men to be tough, to be in control, and not to show weakness can appear in a man’s reluctance to admit psychological distress and the need for assistance. These norms can also be apparent in a client telling a counselor there is no real reason to be in counseling (despite evidence suggesting the contrary), and that he is only coming to appease his partner, coworkers, or others.
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Evans, PhD, is the dean of the School of Professional Studies and the Worden School of Social Service at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. She served as the 59th president of the American Counseling Association (ACA), president of the Association for Creativity in Counseling (ACC), and president of the state ACA branch for Alabama. She is an ACA fellow. In addition, she is the chair-elect of ACA—Southern Region and has been an officer and chaired/served on numerous divisions and committees at the national, regional, and branch levels.