Counseling for Men

Men in our society are often taught that asking for help indicates weakness; especially if it involves getting help with personal thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The truth is that asking for help to solve a personal problem takes courage and a willingness to consider new options.

Many men who have come to me professionally have said they were very reluctant to come in at first, and were kind of “pushed” to come in by someone else. In the end, most of them wished they had come in sooner. In a very confidential setting, we look at what you see as the stressors in your life and what you’d like your life to be like. I can help you understand what’s happening and teach you tools you can use to change it.

Stress comes in many forms. Some of the most common stressors for men include:

  • Your wife and/or kids expect too much of you
  • You’re having problems at work with the job or the people
  • You hate your job, but don’t think you can quit because of finances
  • There’s never enough money
  • You feel inadequate and/or incompetent and are afraid someone will find out
  • You’ve lost interest in a lot of things you used to enjoy
  • You can’t get your wife and/or kids to do what they’re supposed to do
  • You feel anxiety a lot of the time
  • You feel irritated that people won’t just let you do what you want to do without getting all upset
  • You’re angry a lot and don’t always understand why
  • You don’t feel your family shows you enough respect or appreciation
  • You feel trapped
  • You’re astounded at the answer when you ask yourself “When was the last time I was really happy?”

My job is to help you change what you want to change about yourself, your life, or both in a counseling relationship that is confidential and supportive. Don’t wait any longer. Call me today at 817-999-8367 or contact me for an appointment to start changing your life.

Your tomorrow can feel better than today!