Volume Two of The New Handbook of Psychotherapy and Counseling with Men offers clinicians practical advice for applying a wide variety of effective formats and modalities when working with male clients, including up-to-date information about cognitive, interpersonal, and integrative therapy, as well as group and family therapy. The Handbook also contains a wealth of information on such important topics as using psycho-educational principles and approaches, women therapists who work with male clients, and the critical dynamics of a male therapist and male client. In addition, this volume is filled with practical suggestions for working successfully with men from diverse cultural, sexual, and religious backgrounds.
GARY R. BROOKS is an associate professor, department of psychology, Baylor University, and former chief of psychology service at the Veterans Administration Center in Temple, Texas. He is the author of A New Psychotherapy for Traditional Men (Jossey-Bass, 1998). GLENN E. GOOD is associate professor of educational and counseling psychology at the University of Missouri-Columbia and the past president of APA's Men's Division (51). He is an editor of the Handbook of Counseling and Psychotherapy with Men (Sage, 1987).