Ethics in Working with Male Clients
Presented by Dr. Jonathan Schwartz
The workshop will explore theories on the psychology of men, bullying, and violence. Examples will be provided to place the theory into context. Ethical issues will be covered, along with vignettes of real cases. The intersectionality of gender with social class, race, international student status, sexuality, and other factors will be addressed as well.
Dr. Jonathan Schwartz is the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in the College of Education at the University of Houston. He was previously Associate Dean of Research and Department Head of the Counseling and Educational Psychology Department at the College of Education, at New Mexico State University. He is the past president of Division 51, Psychology of Men and Masculinity of the American Psychological Association. He is the past chair of the Division 17 Prevention Section and executive board member of the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs. Dr. Schwartz has published in the area of men and masculinity, prevention, and intimate violence. He was named in 2010 the fourth most productive scholar in the Psychology of Men and Masculinity and has had grants supporting his work. Dr. Schwartz was awarded the 2008 Researcher of the Year Award from Division 51 (Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity) of the American Psychological Association and received the 2011 Fritz and Linn Kuder Early Career Scientist/Practitioner Award from the American Psychologist Association Division of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Schwartz was recently named a Fellow of Division 17, Society of Counseling Psychology of the American Psychological Association.
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