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 simple fact is that men, like women, are sensitive, relationally dependent beings. In order to thrive mutually supportive social and intimate relationships are not optional, they're 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.