John A. Barry, Roger Kingerlee, Martin Seager, Luke Sullivan
The first systematic effort to understand male mental health in a way that drives a positive step forward in both theory and treatment can be seen in The Palgrave Handbook of Male Psychology and Mental Health (PDF), which presents the findings of that work. The shockingly high rates of suicide and violent crime among men are evidence that a significant number of men struggle with major mental health disorders. Despite the existence of these issues, research into male psychology has either been disregarded or seen as an indication of a deficiency in traditional notions of masculinity. This ebook brings together experts from all over the world to talk about the mental health of men at all stages of their lives, beginning with prenatal development and continuing through childhood, adolescence, and fatherhood. Men and masculinity are explored from a variety of angles, including evolutionary, cross-cultural, biological, cognitive, developmental, and existential orientations, with an emphasis on practical suggestions and demonstrations of successful therapy work with men. [Citation needed]
Throughout the entirety of the e-book, individual chapters call into question previously established models of comprehending and treating men's mental health and investigate new theories, methods, and therapies. This definitive ebook encapsulates a new wave of positive theory and practice in the field of male psychology. It will be of great significance to academics, professionals, and those working with males throughout the lifespan in any sector associated with male mental health and wellbeing. This ebook can be found here.
NOTE: The PDF version of The Palgrave Handbook of Male Psychology and Mental Health is the only thing that will be sent to you after your purchase. There are no online codes provided.