Men's Individual and Men's Group Therapy

Men are less likely than women to seek help for depression, substance abuse and stressful life events due to social norms, reluctance to talk and downplaying symptoms.  Men's individual and group therapy offers gender specific services that focuses on a 'whole health' approach for the purpose of promoting resilience and well-being, while recognizing the specific needs of men and celebrating positive masculinity.

Common themes or experiences include:

  • Sexual dysfunction or incompatibility.
  • Sexual identity and gender identity.
  • Motivation & enthusiasm.
  • Risky or self-destructive behavior.
  • Illness and/or physical problems. 
  • Trust, control, or intimacy.
  • Interpersonal violence.
  • Suicide ideation and self-harm.
  • Anger & Interpersonal conflict.    
  • Anxiety & depression.
  • Substance abuse.    
  • Stress & coping.  
  • Loneliness, shyness & isolation.
  • Shame or embarrassment.         
  • Trauma & PTSD.
  • Social and relational conflict.
  • Self-esteem or self-confidence.

dedicated Men's Group services: click below to view current programs.


Couples Therapy

Couples can bring a real mixed bag of challenges to therapy. Some bring simple yet frustrating issues that they have struggled with for years. Other issues are more extensive and complex. Couples or relationship therapy is a dedicated therapeutic approach to assisting couples of any type with relationship challenges and conflicts that they have not been able to effectively resolve themselves. The objective is to assist the couple in creating new relationship experiences by looking for alternative and effective ways in communication, conflict resolution and interaction. 

Common themes or experiences include:

  • Intimacy & sexuality
  • Lifestyle adjustment
  • Long distance relationships
  • Premarital counseling
  • Drug & alcohol abuse
  • Grief & loss
  • Career & job transitioning
  • Separation & divorce
  • Managing anger & conflict
  • Communication
  • Finance & managing debt
  • Parenting & co-parenting
  • Family of origin
  • Extended & blended family
  • Infidelity
  • Trauma

Family Therapy

Family therapy is a specific therapeutic model that focuses on understanding symptoms and interactions within the context of the family itself. This includes the idea that families form and grow as they interact with each other and the various environments that they engage with. Family therapists consider problems as attempts by the family to respond to some type of external influence, lifestyle transition or unfulfilled need. The objective is to help the family create new ways of interacting, communicating and supporting each other rather than focus on individual issues or pathology.


If you are experiencing something that isn’t listed above, please contact me and together we will determine if I can help you. If your problem is outside the scope of my professional experience and training, I will assist you in finding the right therapist at no cost.