It’s OK to ask for help
Person-centred therapy, counselling or coaching can help you find your own solutions.
Many men are in need of solutions and too many do not find them. Despite encouragement to ‘open up’ about our feelings, our partners are often unable to relate to a man who is struggling, not confident.
Being a man can be difficult, confusing and discouraging. The modern world seems to have fewer opportunities for men to gain advancement, find a partner, speak the truth, participate in parenthood and lead a fulfilling life.
Men often feel under pressure to be something they are not. Many younger men have never had a male role model. Suicide is now the leading cause of death for men in many age groups, and the vast majority of suicides are male.
I offer an accepting environment in which a man can be heard without feeling judged. I offer a no-nonsense approach, and won’t hit you with pscyho-babble. I speak Bloke.
How to see a better future for yourself?
Luckily men are becoming more willing to seek help for psychological problems, and when they feel ‘stuck’ in life. Men in therapy or counselling are often struggling with the following issues:
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress, irritation or frustration
- Work issues
- Loss of meaning in life
- Substance abuse
- Bipolar disorder
- Domestic abuse (as victim, or as perpetrator)
- Body image concerns
The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.
Tim is a great therapist who helped me work out and overcome a great deal of problems. He helped me to understand and simplify my problems which made them a lot easier to deal with. He is extremely patient and thorough in his work. For someone with low confidence, I found it extremely easy to talk to Tim without any issues and not once did I feel judged. I would 100% recommend him to anyone