Counselling for Men

Most men are taught form an early age to ‘stop crying and just get on with it’. Sure, we have our friends to talk to but sometimes you need something a little more. Maybe you need someone who is ethically bound to keep whatever you say confidential, someone who is there just for you, someone who can help you try and make some sense out of what is happening in your life.

Counselling exists to help everyone; it is not just something that women do. More and more men are realising that to be able to feel good about themselves they need to understand the meaning in their lives. Counselling, for me, is not about making people happy; I believe we need to experience the full range of emotions and by doing so will be bale to live a more fulfilling life for ourselves and those around us.

Some of the areas where I find men, in particular, have a great deal of difficulty are:

•Personal and professional relationship issues

•Career Concerns

•Anger Management and other mood difficulties

•Substance misuse

•Violence

•Sexual problems

•Commitment Issues

•Daughters!

•Male victim recovery

•Redundancy and/or Retirement

The first stage is always reaching out and asking for and receiving help. If you are ready to take this step then drop me an email or give me a call.

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