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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 dearbhaile@phonecoop.coop

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

Panel Speakers.

Ade Afilaka – clinical psychologist,researcher, ‘Black Men do talk’
Rebecca Asher – Author of ‘Man Up: Boys, Men and Breaking the Male Rules’, “Patriarchy undoubtedly does most harm to women, but it also damages men. If men were free of limiting cultural expectations they would be happier, better people”. www.rebeccaasher.com ;
Jesse Ashman – Writer, community development worker and trans activist. ‘Patriarchy and trans masculine experience’ www.genderedintelligence.co.uk ;
Nick Duffell – Psychohistorian, Author and Men’s Group leader. ’The impact of hyper-rationality on men’s hearts’  www.genderpsychology.com ;
Ben Hurst – Project Coordinator (Europe & UK) The Great Initiative. ‘Deconstructing/ reconstructing masculinity, and engaging men and boys in gender equality’  www.thegreatinitiative.org.uk ;
Andrew Samuels – Psychotherapist, Former Chair of UKCP, Co-founder (with Judy Ryde) of PCSR. ‘Sexual  Misconduct in Psychotherapy and Counselling’ www.andrewsamuels.com

CONFIRMED WORKSHOPS

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’

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