This study sought to explore factors relating to college-men's decision to pursue counseling at a college-based counseling center. In particular, the relationship between percentage of male-counselor's to male college students utilization rates were examined. Analysis revealed no significant correlation between percentage of male-counselor's to male student utilization. Limitations and areas of future research are discussed.
"Factors Contributing to College Men's Help-seeking,"
Graduate Journal of Counseling Psychology:
1, Article 4.
Available at: http://epublications.marquette.edu/gjcp/vol3/iss1/4