Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity (Div. 51) hosts 3rd National Psychotherapy with Men Conference

The conference on June 9 in New York will promote best practices and help increase treatment success in counseling and psychotherapy with men of all backgrounds.

Two APA members will give keynote presentations at the conference. James M. O’Neil, PhD, will show practitioners how to use the gender role conflict model to assess and help men during psychotherapy. Douglas C. Haldeman, PhD, will examine the dynamic effects of power and privilege in relationships between gay and straight men.

Register online by May 15 to attend the conference for a discounted price. Fees include continental breakfast, lunch and reception. Conference organizers have reserved blocks of rooms at three area hotels. In addition, psychologists attending the conference may receive three continuing education credits from the Foundation of the New York State Psychological Association.

For more information and questions about sponsorship opportunities, visit the conference website.