Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social responsibility
9th PCSR Psychotherapy and Politics Conference
MEN, PATRIARCHY and MENTAL HEALTH
6th May 2017 9.30 – 5.30 pm
NCVO Kings Cross, London www.ncvo.org.uk
£100 supporters fee, Standard fee £90, PCSR member £70, Concessionary £50, concessionary PCSR member £40
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Refreshments included but not lunch. Fully wheelchair accessible. Booking: https://pcsr_conference_men_patriarchy_and_mental_health.eventbrite.co.uk
The time has come to challenge the dysfunction that lies at the heart of patriarchy, to recognise that power is not the same as oppression
Ade Afilaka - clinical psychologist, researcher. 'Black Men do talk'
Jon Blend 'Rip it up and start again?
Nick Clements ‘Belonging' Understanding male identity
Katherine Cox ' Supporting male survivors of sexual abuse and assault'
Phoebus Ebbini 'Domination/submission: power and sexual roles'
Lakis Georghiou 'The quiet coercive use of patriarchy in film'
Caroline Hearst 'Men, autism and mental health’
Andy Metcalf 'Working with Men in Couples Therapy: Dilemmas and Conduits'
Ben Scanlan 'Banter, feelings and breaking from the crowd'
TO JOIN PCSR: www.pcsr-uk.ning.com or email@example.com Booking: https://pcsr_conference_men_patriarchy_and_mental_health.eventbrite.co.uk
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