This workshop endeavours to break down stigmas and stereotypical ideas that hinder men as well as look at the roots of how men become three times more likely to take their own lives than women.
It is designed in a way that is not only thought provoking, but also supportive of the current needs of men.
Understand why now is so important to break away from old archetype models of being a man, to break down the barriers that stop men asking for help.
This session includes:
Male Mental Health
Growing our connection to feeling, waking up, or building emotional intelligence.
Explore ways to support structures that leads to healthier coping mechanisms
Social structures include looking at how do you access therapy for the first time, what local and national support groups are now available for men
Supporting conversations that encourage men to go beyond just saying they're okay and how to do this.
Gary has worked in the field of addiction for ten years now in various roles - From a therapist, a group facilitator and into senior management roles.
Gary's current role is a service manager at a charity rehab in Hertfordshire.
He has his own private counselling practice situated in Hertford and is an Integrative trained therapist. He is also a couples / relationship counsellor, working with depression, anxiety, addiction, and trauma.
Gary has successfully run men’s workshops since 2018. These workshops have been aimed at helping men understand mental health and try new avenues to wellbeing.
Gary has successfully trained and supported the development of staff, therapists, and attendees at either my training sessions or workshops, who have all commented on my compassion and commitment approach on how I run my practice.