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Understanding & Responding to Men’s Distress - Recording
Men are unlikely to engage with mental health care and drop out more often than women. Over half seek professional help leading up to their suicide. Counsellors require support to identify and intervene in men’s depression. This presentation will breakdown key findings and discuss what’s needed to curb men’s poor mental health outcomes and assist counsellors to feel more confident to take advantage of a ‘short window of opportunity’ to engage at-risk male clients.
Dr Zac Seidler
Zac is a clinical psychologist, researcher and leading men’s mental health expert who is Director of Mental Health Training at Movember and Research Fellow with Orygen at the University of Melbourne. Zac’s goal is to reduce the staggering rate of male suicide through better treatment of men’s distress via mental health services that account for masculinity. His fully funded project: Men in Mind, is the world’s first training program for mental health clinicians.
The recording counts as 2 hours of Category B CPD for PACFA's membership renewal requirements
PACFA Members: FREE
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