Counseling for Men
Are you getting the most out of your life right now?
Does it feel like one or two main problems keep holding you back?
At Real Life Counseling, we have therapists who specialize in counseling men about their lives, relationships, and careers so they can get what they really want out of them.
Our therapists are experienced at quickly uncovering the real issues behind men’s problems and providing solutions that are otherwise tough to discover.
What Does Counseling for Men Involve?
We know that a lot of men are hesitant about going to counseling because they’re misinformed about what takes place.
What a lot of guys think counseling for men is:
- “Sensitivity training”
What counseling for men really is:
- Solution based
- To the point
Counseling for men is all about finding the most efficient path to resolving internal problems that are keeping you from your best life. That’s it. We don’t waste time circling the issue and we don’t turn you into a “softie.”
Think of men’s counseling at Real Life Counseling as going to a gym that’s focused on improving your mental – instead of physical – well-being.
In that sense, your therapist is like a personal trainer for your personal life.
Our 4-Step Plan for Counseling Men
We don’t mess around at Real Life Counseling. We value your time and understand you want this current challenge done and over with.
That’s why we stick to a very streamlined approach to helping men:
- Identify the Root of the Problem
- Create a Plan
- Implement the Plan
- Evaluate the Plan and Revise It as Necessary
We continue that fourth step until we reach our desired outcomes. At that point, counseling is over.
Common Reasons Men Seek Counseling
No right or wrong reason exists to seek out counseling for men. If there is a challenge in your life, counseling will help you overcome it quickly.
For many men, the problem that leads them to seek help is simply that they feel “stuck.”
Some of the other common reasons men come to us for counseling include:
- Romantic Relationships
- Pornography Addiction
One or more of these may look familiar to you. Even if you don’t see the issue you’re wrestling with on the list, we can help.
Counseling for Men Is Growing in Popularity
According to Men’s Health, 42% of men between the ages of 18 and 32 think it’s important to see a counselor.
Acceptance is growing for the idea that simply talking to someone is good for you and should be treated with as much importance as any other healthy activity. It’s an investment in a longer, more enjoyable life.
You don’t need to wait until something serious happens before coming to see us. Many men find that just having a regular conversation with an unbiased party from outside their social circle is a great way to de-clutter their minds and blow off some steam.
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Our vision is to inspire and empower change in our clients. We focus on guiding our clients to rally their strengths, discover new strengths and ideas so that you can first overcome and second reach your goals. If we can help, then please contact us, click here, so you can either give us a call or send us an email.