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Personality type and the male experience of identity in midlife: implications for counselling and psychotherapy

┬áReturn to Journal Articles Rob Brandenburg, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia and Kurt Lushington, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia Introduction Human psychological needs and requirements change in parallel with developmental changes over the lifespan. Counsellors and psychotherapists need to be aware of these changes if they are to provide appropriate and effective support to clients. …

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Personality type and the male experience of identity in midlife: implications for counselling and psychotherapy

A better understanding of the role of personality type on the male experience of midlife is thought to be of value when providing counselling and psychotherapy support to men, but to date there are few available resources in this area. Based on the Myers-Briggs…

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