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This November, join Routledge to support Men's Mental Health for Movember!

Check out the Routledge Series on Counseling and Psychotherapy with Boys and Men. Interest in the psychological make-up of males now permeates our society, represented by mental health professionals, social scientists, community volunteers, teachers, ministers and parents who want to help boys and men to lead more fulfilling lives. The purpose of this series is to respond to this demand by fostering the development of specialized books on the clinical process of helping boys and men in counseling and psychotherapy.

Free journals content:

Mental Health and Homosexuality, Journal of Sex Research

Hospitalized African American Men with Mental Illness: Some Antecedents to Service Satisfaction and Intent to Comply with Aftercare, American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation

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