Wen-Wu in Counseling with Men (Report)

Wen-Wu in Counseling with Men Men do not attend mental health treatment at the same rate as women (Prior, 1999; Vessey & Howard, 1993). Scholars have suggested that men are not attracted to mental health counseling because it does not honor a masculine way of being (e.g., Brooks, 1998; Wexler, 2009). Mental health counseling typically emphasizes that clients share their feelings, explore their problems, admit their vulnerabilities, and utilize a client-counselor relationship for change (Robertson & Fitzgerald, 1992). Traditional masculine ways of being often proffers incongruent qualities such as restricting emotions, establishing superiority, showing strength, and being independent (Levant & Kopecky, 1995).

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