Men’s Issues

Men sometimes face challenges unique to their gender. The term “men’s issues” can be applied to a wide range of concerns that a man might face, including male-specific health problems, impotence or other sexual issues, body image problems, stress, PTSD, domestic violence, anger management, divorce, or fatherhood. Therapists specializing in men’s issues will help to empower their clients and encourage them to combat their issues and to seek balance in life.

Local Experts in Men’s Issues

Have you reached a crossroads in life? Are the old patterns not serving you anymore? Do you know that deep down, your mission in life is buried inside but you just can\'t find it anymore? Through my involvement with the Mankind Project, I\'ve worked with hundreds of men, including myself, who have been at this crossroad. How would it feel to thrive again? Pretty good.

Men have often been defined by distinct roles however their identities are not limited. The pressures to fit into those roles can impact their mental health. I see therapy for men as an opportunity to explore and unpack feelings of fear, anger, depression, anxiety, and stress. My research and practice have included men to expand mental health services.

Developing connections between men is often a challenge in our culture. We often can experience togetherness around sports or alcohol but what does it mean to really connect? If you are looking for deeper connections then please consider joining my men\'s group. We are looking to help each other foster more intimate connections with spouses, partners, and friends. Call today.

\'Men\'s issues\' is a broad umbrella. Men often face overlapping issues such as chronic anger, role strain, dysfunctional stress-management strategies, sexual performance issues, social isolation, and difficulty finding healthy and satisfying outlets. I have experience sorting out these issues and connecting you with your power and intention.

In the American society, men experience far different rites of passage and expectations than women. Changing expectations in society bring pressure and stressors. Early abuse or difficulties may travel into adulthood making work, relationship, and balance in life even more challenging. Finding what the masculine means to you, finding a stronger identity, believing in yourself are essential.

I enjoy working with men and their struggles with relationships. I’ve trained with Terrence Real, author of “I Don’t Want To Talk About It,” which guides my work with men's depression and some of the ways men were set up to struggle in today’s relationships.

Men's work is an area of focus within my practice. Many men have been conditioned to experience emotions in an unhealthy manner. I work with men of all kinds to become more aware and grounded in who they are within their masculinity. Additionally, by meeting in my yurt office and being able to go outdoors into the garden, I offer an alternative to the traditional talk therapy setting.

The idea of masculinity has been directly impacted by feminist thought; you may feel invisible and unable to relate to others. Maybe you feel stuck in a cycle of striving to achieve, rise above, and appear strong, with nowhere to put your sadness, anger, or frustrations. Learning to connect with your whole, emotional self while embracing your core masculinity is a key step in getting unstuck.

Seeking counseling is a sign of integrity, courage, and reason for increased self-respect. When a man respects himself enough to invest in counseling he most often gains appreciation from others for taking such a step toward self-development. Through engagement in counseling men learn the art of living with greater vitality in activities, relationships, and in their profession.

Being a man in this culture is not easy. There's a myriad of mixed messages about how we are supposed to act, think, feel, not-feel and behave. Our roles seem to be increasingly narrowed, as advertisers and media outlets continue to target our insecurities, therefore our sense of personal power can begin to diminish. I work with men to help them identify and understand their authentic selves.

Men are typically more resistant to begin therapy than women. I aim to help men feel comfortable in their quest to make changes in their lives.

Men are impacted by a unique and difficult set of cultural beliefs that challenge them individually and collectively. I help my male clients, explore those cultural beliefs and begin to break down the barriers that keep them feeling stuck, disconnected and alone.

Sometimes it takes men to "get" men. It's a delicate time to be a man with human needs, and I aim to empower the men I work with to help their personal growth benefit themselves and the world around them. Directness, feedback, honesty, accountability.

Feminism has rightly challenged women's oppression. However, patriarchy impacts men as well as women. Gender roles are shifting in our society, and I offer a space to unpack and examine what that might mean in your life and how you can live a more authentic life, free of social expectations.

I have great understanding and perspective with men's issues; I have been highly effective for men seeking this assistance.

We live in a society where men who display emotional vulnerability are often labeled as "weak." Understandably, this conditioning contributes to many men stifling their emotional expression. This can manifest in a variety of different ways. I believe therapy can be a helpful resource for men who are navigating these issues.

Traditional gender roles have become outdated in many ways, leaving men without a rooted sense of healthy manhood. I work with men to strip away remnants of a culture of oppressive \'manliness\' to find authentic power, sensitivity, and expression.

The majority of my career has been spent assisting men (age 18-30) understand themselves in relation to their beliefs, thoughts, actions, and the ways in which they interact with others. There is no one mold for being male. Learning how to be the man you choose to be and honoring that path is a worthy and noble path to better living.

I often work with men helping them recover buried parts of themselves so that they can move away from self-numbing behaviors and engage more in relationships and in their lives. I find this work immensely interesting, moving, and I believe transformative.

Men need support. Men have feelings and need to share them. Feeling vulnerable is part of that process. The fact that I have gone there myself permits my clients to go there as well.

Masculinity, emotional vulnerability, anger, self-respect, intimacy, courage, and reason. I offer a space to examine what that might mean in your life.

Men face particular challenges in modern society that can result in life dissatisfaction. These challenges can provoke agitation, a sense of meaningless or lack of direction, relationship struggles, and anxiety/depression among others. As circumstances in which men lead their lives continue to change, stability and contentment can seem out of reach. Your experience of life can be different.

Men are being asked by our society to engage in a delicate balancing act of change that requires they break out of calcified conceptions of traditional masculinity and settle into a new form that leaves behind destructive values and embraces the best men have to offer. I love helping men identify what being a man means and then striving to be the best man they can.

Through my work at Allies in Change, I came to understand how the societal expectation that boys 'toughen up' and hide their emotions can lead to a host of difficulties as an adult, including depression, unfulfilling relationships, substance abuse, and other ineffective coping strategies. My training and experience has taught me how to help men reconnect with themselves and others.

I frequently work with both men and women\'s Issues on better understanding the dynamic dance between the masculine and feminine attributes that reside in each of us. I tend to work a lot with women on understanding men and navigating relationship issues with male partners. I work with men on understanding power, how to address issues with anger, and what it means to be a secure, stable man.

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