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Patrick Murray

Patrick Murray practices as a relationship counsellor in Goulburn NSW. He facilitates a support group for men in crisis, including family separation, depression, suicide and a range of anger issues. He is also trained and experienced in running programmes for men involved in family violence. He has carried out research on mens' needs in the community.

He keeps up to date with worldwide progress in a range of family therapy and family violence prevention issues. His earlier training and work in business and economic research for the private, government and foundation sectors gives him a useful perspective on the broader implications of government policy.


Culture of blame: Pathologising the male or The 'morally diminished male' syndrome.
September 2004 Feature - 13/09/2004 - 1 comment
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