Male Psychology Conference

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Male Psychology Conference

23/24 June 2017


The ‘Male Psychology Conference’ have two days of excellent talks, spanning clinical psychology, forensic psychology, gender issues, and family psychology. 

You don’t have to be a psychologist to get a lot out of the conference

An increasing number of psychologists are starting to recognise that important issues, such as suicide and failure in education, are impacting a disproportionately high number of men and boys.
If you are interested in solving these problems, then join us at the fourth annual Male Psychology Conference, at University College London (UCL) on Friday 23rd and Sat 24th June 2017. This really is an unmissable opportunity to hear and meet the leading people in this exciting new field and share in the latest thinking and research.

This year we have keynotes from expert on the psychology of suicide, Professor Rory O’Connor, and Canada’s leading combat stress therapist, Professor Marvin Westwood.
Other keynotes explore the government’s view of the mental health of men and boys (Norman Lamb, MP), and the unrecognised plight of children experiencing parental alienation syndrome (Dr Sue Whitcombe).
We also have exciting presentations on a range of topics, from the treatment of psychopathic sex offenders, to the impact of fathers on children, and the unnoticed victims of domestic violence.

Please find more information here.

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