Offers a critical understanding of issues involved with working with men for students and practitioners in social work, community work and related fields.
Table of Contents Working With Men in the Human Services Part I Gender issues facing workers in the human services1 Feminism, masculinity politics and the human servicesBob Pease and Peter Camilleri2 Theoretical issues and political dilemmas in working with men Bob Pease3 Doing 'women's work'?: Men, masculinity and caringPeter Camilleri and Peter JonesPart II Gender-based practice approaches for men seeking change4 Making Connections: Working with males in familiesKerrie James5 Neither colluding nor colliding: Practical ideas for engaging menMark Furlong6 Working with men's defences against vulnerabilityMal McCouat7 Working with males who have experienced childhood sexual abusePatrick O'Leary8 Men and mental health: Counselling men with a psychiatric disabilityPeter HumphriesPart III Gender-based approaches to working with male offenders9 Men and child protection: Developing new kinds of relationships between men a
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 21st December 2012
Publisher: Allen & Unwin