Resources for Mental and Physical Health Care providers
Resources for Service Providers, Universities, and Agencies.
Organizations providing innovative programming for men (Examples)
Men’s Center, Los Angeles, “Bringing good men together” Offering programs and retreats for men: Website
McKenzie River Men’s Center, Eugene, Oregon. “Helping men lead healthier lives”. Offering groups, workshops, presentations and consultation to men and the organizations who serve them. Call, 541.206.8319
Men Mentoring Men, Somerville and Lambertville, New Jersey, “Helping men lead happier, heathier lives” Offering a variety of groups and other events to support men. Call 908.707.0774, firstname.lastname@example.org. www.mthree.org 908-707-0774
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ASUO Men’s Center, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. “Reconstructing Masculinity”, Providing support, enhancing awareness of men and masculinity, and taking social action to enhance the safety of the campus community. 541.346.0743 Website Blog
Another informative website
American Psychological Association’s Division 51 Website Society for the Study of Men and Masculinity. A wealth of valuable information to enhance your understanding of men and masculinity
Journal Articles on the Men’s Center Approach:
Isacco, A., Warnecke, A., Ampuero, M., Donofrio, L., & Davies, J.A (2013). Evaluation of a Leadership Program for Fraternity Men. Journal of Men’s Studies. 21(3), 217-235.
Shen-Miller, D., Isacco, A., Davies, J., St. Jean, M., & Phan, J. (2013). The Men’s Center Approach: Ecological interventions for college men’s health. Journal of Counseling and Development. 91(4), 499 507.
Davies, J., Miller, D.S. & Isacco, A.,(2010). The men’s center approach to addressing the health crisis of college men. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Vol 41, No. 4,347-354.
Loschiavo, C., Miller, D.S. & Davies, J.(2007) Engaging men in difficult dialogues about power. College Student Affairs Journal, 26 (2) 193-200.
Davies, J., McCrae, B., Frank, J., Dochnahl, A., Pickering, T., Harrison, B., Zakrzewski, M., Wilson, K., (2000) Identifying male college student perceived health needs, barriers to seeking help and recommendations to help men adopt healthier lifestyles. Journal of American College Health.;48(6).
Jon Davies, PhD. Consultation, Staff training on men’s issues, Presentations on helping men lead healthier lives, addressing the men’s health crisis, and reducing sexual assault on our campuses and in our communities. 541.206.8319, email@example.com, possiblemasculinities.com