Coming Home: A Therapeutic Men's Circle
Monday Nights, 7:30-9:30pm
Being male is something you’re born as; however becoming a strong, emotionally intelligent and open man is not a given. Being this type of man takes practice, a practice that gets worked out in the intimate and everyday relationships that make up our lives. Despite cultural training to be independent and self-sufficient, the simply fact is that men, like women, are human beings. Mutually supportive social and intimate relationships are necessary.
Relationships with other men carry a unique potential. Whether through competition or cooperation, men have always needed other men to help develop and refine their abilities. When functional, friendships and alliances with other men give us a sense of grounding, of comradery, of play, and of insight. Men’s work is very much about creating a stable platform to develop these possibilities.
In this group you will:
- Strengthen emotional intelligence and relational competence
- Let go of limiting beliefs about yourself and others
- Develop your sense of purpose and accountability
- Get grounded in the experience of being a man among men!
Jamie McEntee, MA, RCC has been working with adult and adolescent males in therapy since 2004. He's led therapeutic men's groups for more than a decade, helping men to develop emotional intelligence and gain insight into common areas of challenge: relationship and trust issues, balancing honesty and relational sensitivity, managing sexual needs and expression, developing a sense of purpose and belonging. Jamie has trained and staffed in the ManKind Project, and provides leadership coaching and training to high-impact men in the business community. He is a relationally-oriented somatic therapist, rooted in the Jungian school of Archetypal Psychology. He is a husband and father, passionate about supporting the relational health of men.
Where: 202-2678 West Broadway, Vancouver Office.
Call or email for an introductory meeting.