Our culture often supports the idea that male strength comes from denying or overpowering uncomfortable feelings rather than meeting them with openness. The more a man has internalized this myth, the harder time he may have identifying his emotions and expressing them appropriately.  My goal is to introduce a more balanced vision of masculinity where men are emotionally mature, accountable and compassionate.

When it comes to having satisfying relationships in adulthood, both with partners and themselves, many men feel they're called to do something they don't know how to do – to know themselves deeply – and this can cause frustration, shame, and hopelessness. Therapy is a place where men can be witnessed and supported in a non-judgmental environment while exploring the questions “Who am I?”, “Why do I feel this way?” and “How can I be more of the person I want to be?”


                                                                              Goals in therapy

- Identify and express feelings clearly
- Expand/Update definition of male strength
- Improve communication in relationships
- Manage anger constructively
- Develop healthy coping strategies for stress
- Understand influence of family background
  on adult relationships
- Experience more joy and fulfillment