So you work with people who have been given the Male Label from birth (referred to as the Male Labelled). Did you know that the Male Label is associated with a greater risk of harm? For example, the Male Labelled are at greater risk from suicide, substance abuse, violence, incarceration, rough sleeping, and exclusion from school.
The Male Labelled are associated with even greater a risk when that Male Label intersects with other parts of a person's identity. For example, we need to consider the impact of discrimination on
So we need to know how to help.
I have put together a Survival Guide for Professionals working with the Male Labelled. This includes the following essential tools -
Please get in touch via the Contact Page if you are interested in training from the Male Labelled Academy. This will help you to deepen your knowledge of the Male Label, and how this intersects with other aspects of a person's identity (including their true Gender Identity, Sexuality, and Ethnicity).
Together we need to reduce the harm associated with the Male Label and work towards a healthier, happier society
Chris Warren-Dickins LLB MA LPC
Psychotherapist, writer, educator, and LGBTQ+ advocate