2011 AIMHS Symposium "From Boyhood to Manhood: Difficulties & Challenges of Transition" now online

July 7, 2011
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“From Boyhood to Manhood: Difficulties & Challenges of Transition” 

Speakers and Talks from the 2011 AIMHS Symposium.  

“The Boy is Father to the Man” 

Audio-only recording can be downloaded here. 

YouTube video can be watched here  . 

Presented by Professor Miles Groth PhD, Department of Psychology, Wagner College, Staten Island, New York 

Professor Miles Groth is full professor in the Department of Psychology at Wagner College, Staten Island, New York. He trained as a psychoanalyst in New York, where he has lectured residents in psychiatry on integrating existential analysis with traditional inpatient treatment. He has been in private practice since 1977. 

“The Medical and Mental Health Systems Have Let Down Boys” 

Audio-only recording can be downloaded here. 

YouTube video can be watched here  . 

Presented by Professor Jon Jureidini MB, BS, FRANZCP, PhD, Child Psychiatrist  

Professor Jon Jureidini is head of the Department of Psychological Medicine, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Adelaide where he works in Consultation-Liaison psychiatry. He has academic status as Senior Research Fellow, Department of Philosophy, Flinders University and as Professor in the Disciplines of Psychiatry and Paediatrics, University of Adelaide.

 

“What’s A Man To Do?” 

Audio-only recording can be downloaded here. 

YouTube video can be watched here   

Presented by Professor Miles Groth PhD, Department of Psychology, Wagner College, Staten Island, New York 

Professor Miles Groth is full professor in the Department of Psychology at Wagner College, Staten Island, New York. He trained as a psychoanalyst in New York, where he has lectured residents in psychiatry on integrating existential analysis with traditional inpatient treatment. He has been in private practice since 1977.

 

“The World of Adolescent Boys in the 21st century” 

For more information, please visit Celia’s website. 

Presented by Celia Lashlie, Anthropologist

 

Celia has a degree in Maori and Anthropology, is a researcher, social justice advocate, and author of three best-selling books: The Journey to Prison: Who goes and why?, The Powers of Mothers: Releasing our Children and, He’ll be OK: Growing Gorgeous Boys into Good Men, a book based on the Good Man Project she undertook in 25 boys’ schools in New Zealand.

 

About AIMHS Symposia 

AIMHS Symposia are designed to provide opportunity for open, informed, and focussed exploration of subjects of contemporary importance to men and boys. Symposia will provide a much needed gathering point for people interested in hearing thoughtful presentations and engaging in discussion on subjects of relevance to male health and male studies. 

Audio recordings courtesy of Dads on the Air. 

The AIMHS Symposium 2011 is supported by University of South Australia, Centre for Rural Health and Community Development, and Men’s Health SA.

 

 

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