An Introduction to Male-Friendly Counselling

This course is an Introduction to Male-Friendly Counselling, designed to help you understand men and implement strategies to engage men in therapy and encourage them to talk about their issues.

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Course Highlights

  • Includes 18 lectures and 1.5 hours of content.
  • Teaches strategies for counselling including how best you can prepare as a therapist & how to engage men in therapy.
  • Learn how therapeutic interventions can be problematic for men and the four common rules that men often live by.
  • Outlines the common challenges therapists experience with men and the major gender theories that relate to counselling men.
  • This course is designed for mental health professionals, including counsellors, psychologists, and social workers.

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An Introduction to Male-Friendly Counselling

Nathan Beel
Nathan Beel, Course Teacher

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Course Facts

Lectures18
LanguageEnglish
Course requirementsThere are no prerequisites for this course.
AccessUnlimited
Eligible for NUS Student Discount CardYes

Course Teacher

Nathan Beel

University lecturer, Counsellor, Clinical Supervisor

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This is introduction to male-friendly counselling teaches you how to understand and successfully engage men in counselling. It includes key strategies for male-friendly counselling including how best you can prepare as a therapist, how you can engage men in therapy, how to incorporate masculinity-informed assessment, and how to assist men to grow and thrive

Nathan Beel is a university lecturer, counsellor, and clinical supervisor. He has three degrees in counselling, including a Master of Counselling, and is currently undertaking doctoral studies. He has taught, published, and presented in a wide range of counselling related topics, and has delivered counselling services for the past 20 years.

The course is designed for mental health practitioners and students, including counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other professionals. This course will give you a deeper appreciative understanding of men and masculinity, and provide principles on how to become even more effective in engaging and treating male clients.