Men are often hesitant to come to counselling, and sometimes for good reason.
I work with both women and men. I also do specialist work with men.
As per my counselling more broadly, this is not psychology for mental illness, rather it is counselling for personal growth. I help men find their strength, clarity, and happiness.
I do this in a way which fits with male psychology. Indeed, men's counselling as a distinct approach is different to most other counselling. It is counselling by men, for men. It is a masculine approach, done by a counsellor who has worked through his own challenges in being male in the 21st century.
Some examples of situations I help with include:
- Men who are struggling in their relationship and want to turn things around
- Men recovering from a separation and making the future better
- Men who want to create a more successful trajectory regarding work, love, finances....
- Men who want greater confidence, and calm, and satisfaction in life
- Men who suffer from "nice guy syndrome" - whose shame or anxiety stops them being assertive and courageous and so happy