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Men’s mental health: challenges, issues & tools
The common mental health issues experienced by men include depression and anxiety and substance-related issues. The suicide rate for men is three times that of women.

Men face particular challenges in recognising these issues and there are barriers to seeking and accessing assistance. Men often present on several occasions before a mental health problem is identified. A high index of suspicion and a thorough assessment are vital.

There are many management tools to assist men, such as providing information, modifying lifestyle, engaging in meaningful activity and work, as well as cognitive-behavioural and other strategies. The key management strategies will be outlined in the presentation, and useful resources discussed.
Case discussion will illustrate the main issues, challenges and tools, which may help men and assist in prevention.

May 10, 2021 06:30 PM in Adelaide

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Dr Cate Howell OAM
Medical Education Consultant @Australian Medical Placements Health Education and Training (AMPHEaT)
Dr Cate Howell OAM is a general practitioner, educator, therapist and author. She has a PhD on depression and has authored five books (including ‘The Changing Man A mental health guide’.) Cate is currently a Medical Education Consultant with Australian Medical Placements Health Education and Training (AMPHEaT) and lectures undergraduate students. She has worked extensively in Defence, has facilitated mental health workshops all over Australia, and is an accredited Mental Health First Aid Instructor. Cate is often a guest on radio FIVEaa on health-related topics, and is about to appear on SBS Insight.