Entry and Admissions
Short Course / CPD
School of Community Health and Midwifery
No Partner College
Wednesday 30th May 2018, 9am-12pm
Men often express distress differently compared to women. Thus, depression in men may often be overlooked or misinterpreted which can lead to the condition being underdiagnosed. This could result in depressed men not getting the professional care that they need. This workshop aims to explore the ways in which male depression is manifested. Reference will be made to recent research evidence and suggestions for practice will be offered.
Who should attend:
Counsellors, psychotherapists, psychological therapists and other mental health professionals who work with male clients who are or who may potentially be depressed.
Learning Environment & Assessment:
Attendance without examination
Chris is a Lecturer in Counselling at UCLan. He is a BACP Registered Member, a Chartered Psychologist, an Associate Fellow of the BPS and a Fellow of the HEA.
Learning outcome & aims
By the end of the workshop participants will:
- Have a good understanding of the clinical presentation of depression in men
- Be able to think critically about differences in the manifestations of depression between men and women
- Have an understanding of the typical ways in which depressed men self-manage their depression
- Have knowledge of the main reasons that depressed men find it difficult to seek help
- Be able to identify appropriate ways of encouraging depressed men to seek help
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Fees & Funding
You can contact the Student Fees and Funding Team via phone, email, or post. If you are on the campus you can call into The 'i', for advice.
Tel: +44 (0)1772 892400
Student Fees and Funding Team, Foster Building 117, UCLan, Preston, PR1 2HE
How to Apply
These workshops are available as part of the Service Level Agreement which UCLan has with a number of local NHS Trusts. If you wish to apply using this funding please gain the support of your line manager and complete the online application through www.cpd-applynw.nhs.uk
Alternatively, self-funding applicants please book online at www.uclan.ac.uk/healthcpdworkshops
If you have any questions about the workshop please contact us:
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