In this month’s Therapy Today, the trade mag for counsellors and psychotherapists, there were three letters referring to November’s cover piece by Manu Bazzano. One in support, two not. This polarisation seems characteristic of where we’re at as a profession and a culture. I felt uncomfortable with Bazzano’s piece. So
The other day I was facilitating a men’s group at Mudita House in Penzance, a charming space that’s used for therapy and meditation, and came across a book in its library called The Warrior Within: Accessing The Knight In The Male Psyche. It was published in 1992, at the height
The myths around domestic abuse are really unhelpful, but sadly they persist. We used to think that babies didn’t notice screaming and shouting — now we know they are the ones most severely affected. Their state of fear changes their brains. Being too young to process consciously they have night

Statistics on male disadvantage

Posted by Zac on August 27, 2018

Category: Statistics
I attended William Collins’ presentation at the International Conference on Men’s Issues 2018, in which he demonstrated, forensically, how UK government policy across justice, health and education discriminates against men. Below is a brief bullet point list taken from Collins’ website summarising men and boys’ issues. You can read his