Mens Talk Counseling Services

Emotions do not have a gender. Humans have feelings.

It might be difficult to handle stress and daily obligations – the fight is real – but you don’t have to face life’s difficulties alone.

When things get tough, it’s appropriate to seek assistance. You’ve undoubtedly been advised your entire life to “be strong,” “toughen up,” or “don’t cry.” Men, too, have feelings, and it’s normal to express them. It is not a show of weakness; rather, it is a sign of strength. We feel that having a sense of control over your life is essential for mental health and general wellness. When presented with circumstances that negatively influence you, you have the decision and power to manage how you will respond to life’s changes. Our objective is to provide you with the tools you need to succeed, including offering men’s therapy services in a confidential and supportive environment.

Practice Areas and Specialties





Online through Secure video sessions, In home

Accepting New Clients

Accepting New Clients

Practice Areas and Specialties

Pre-marital, Sex & intimacy issues, High achieving men, Therapists, Thought processes Individual counseling (Insurance accepted-see fee page), Couples counseling, Family Counseling, In-home Couple/family counseling


Adults (18+)
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What is typical ?

We all experience ups and downs—times of stress, difficulties in our relationships, and dips in our professional performance. These are the regular life problems that we all face. Most of the time, we refer to it as ‘going through a hard patch.’ Things become an issue when you lie awake at night wondering why you can’t be as ‘in control’ as you should be and hide how you’re really doing.
It is critical to understand that you are not alone.

We understand how tough it may be to confess that you are struggling. Many guys are terrified of appearing weak or ignorant if they seek assistance. We want you to know that your internal problems are just as real as any other issue, and they do not diminish your manhood. Sometimes, all you need is a safe space to talk. Consider men’s groups or men’s talk sessions where you can connect with others who understand your struggles.

When and how to get assistance

Even if you know you need assistance, it might be difficult to know where to begin.

…After such events, the majority of us are eventually able to reestablish a healthy balance in our lives. However, for people who are battling with their mental health, the feelings that result from stressful life events can be so powerful and persistent that they may be unable to function with the most basic tasks of daily living. Sometimes, talking to someone who understands can be a big help. Consider joining a support group or attending men’s talk sessions to connect with others who may be facing similar challenges.

Inform your doctor of your worries.

Mental health is as vital as physical health, and they both have a direct impact on one another. People who have physical ailments frequently suffer from anxiety or sadness, which hinders their recuperation. Similarly, mental health difficulties can raise the likelihood of having physical problems, which might begin as headaches, stomach issues, or back discomfort and progress to something more serious, such as diabetes or heart disease. Describe the symptoms or concerns that you are concerned about. Your doctor will be able to tell you what is and isn’t typical. They will inform you when working with a therapist is required or beneficial.

Signs men ignore that could indicate mental health issues:

If you are worried, you should seek professional assistance if:

If you seek expert assistance, you are not a failure.

When left untreated, things start to fall apart. However, this does not imply that it is too late. Addressing mental health issues and adopting strong self-care behaviors will help you manage future life difficulties. Consider it this way… We will quickly handle any physical injuries or illnesses (such as a broken ankle or high blood pressure) and obtain the necessary medical attention (such as a cast or medicine). However, there appears to be a level of fear and shame in seeking therapy treatment for emotional traumas or mental illnesses (such as sorrow, anxiety, depression, and so on). However, there is nothing to be embarrassed about. Your brain’s wiring is not your fault, and there is something you can do about it. There are many resources available to help, including individual therapy or even group settings like men’s therapy where you can connect with others facing similar challenges.