Anti-male violence counselling
Preventing male violence against women starts in the cradle.
Despite the often deadly effects of male violence, it still remains hard to grasp the bigger picture. Why does this violence happen despite all we know? Do women have a part to play in this?
We know that no-one but the individual is responsible for a man’s violence – there are no justifications for verbal, physical or sexual abuse.
Here we go with another ‘holier than thou, innocence of women’ lecture from the media – found on Stuff Life and Style.
It is written by, as stated –
Helen Mounsey is co-director of Sex Therapy NZ.
Welcome to Sex Therapy New Zealand, which is a nationwide counselling service for anyone seeking help with intimacy and sexuality concerns. It is also a referral network for clinicians seeking expert help for their patients and clients.
Our team of psychologists, psychotherapists, occupational therapists and highly trained counsellors, includes Helen Mounsey who writes a column in the Christchurch Press, Dr Ally Waite who writes a feaure in Oh Baby! magazine, Mary Hodson who writes an occasional column in the ‘Good Health’ magazine and is our media spokesperson and Robyn Salisbury, a clinical psychologist and author, who writes a regular sex feature in the Sunday Star Times. Click here to read about the qualifications and experience of our therapists.
Our mission is to provide best practice assessment and treatment, delivery of education programmes, participate in research and to raise public awareness through the media by promoting life enhancing intimacy and sexuality.
Anyone know these people?
Why would New Zealand mainstream media give free advertising to a man-hating article like this?