Join us on the Fireside Chat with special returning guest Dr. John Barry of the Centre for Male Psychology! The Centre for Male Psychology evolved from the success of the UK-based Male Psychology Network (MPN). The seeds of this voluntary organization were sown by a letter from consultant clinical psychologist Martin Seager, published in the BPS Psychologist magazine in December 2010. Emails and other communications, followed, culminating in a meeting between Martin Seager and psychologists John Barry and Luke Sullivan at the University of Westminster, in London in August 2011. Disillusioned with decades of failure by the NHS and other institutions to recognize specific problems facing men and boys, the group decided to take the initiative rather than wait for others to act. This resulted in the Men’s Mental Health Research Team (MMHRT), which – in collaboration with others (notably clinical psychologist Roger Kingerlee) – led John Barry to initiate the wider Male Psychology Network in February 2014. Tune in @2pm Eastern!
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