Men in Therapy: The Challenge of Change (The Guilford Family Therapy Series)

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ISBN-13: 978-0898624854
ISBN-10: 0898624851
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"It will be helpful in understanding a strategy for changing male behavior." --Duncan Smith, Brown University; Course: Representation of Masculin

"I have given it as a gift and have recommended it again and again. It very sensitively and clearly elucidates men's experience in a way that is most instructive....A must-read for any therapist."
, AFTA Newsletter Published On: 1991-10-20

About the Author

Richard L. Meth, M.S.W. Director, Center for Marital and Family Therapy, School of Family Studies, University of Connecticut, Storrs CT .
Robert S. Pasick, PhD Psychologist, family therapist, and consultant at the Ann Arbor Center for the Family. Conducts workshops on Gender Issues in the Workplace.

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