Book a virtual therapy appointment by phone or video.
Life was hard without a pandemic. Funny how the things we used to worry about have seemed to disappear now that we are living in a panic state during COVID-19. And you know, funny isn’t the right word. Ironic maybe. Bittersweet perhaps. Devastating, definitely. Lonely, for many. And, for those of us that have lost income or are battling with physical health symptoms, downright frightening.
Guys, we’re all in this together. Man to man coaching can help.
As a man, I know that we’re supposed to be keeping ourselves and our families in tact. The pressure pre-covid was often what my clients met with me about. It ran the gamut as far as life stressors:
- family discord, economic pressure,
- career dissatisfaction,
- relationship mismatches and the fallout,
- wanting to be a better Dad, a better partner.
On the flip side, men would also seek counseling and coaching from me to enhance their mental “game.” Men who seemed to “have it all together” (and needed an outlet to keep it appearing that way).
Now, more than ever, we need to take care of our mental health.
E-counseling and telehealth are words that used to be faint, maybe even obscure adjectives when discussing mental health options.
We’re used to traditional talk therapy in person. Sitting on “the couch” and going over what wrongs we’ve experienced, how to deal with the unfairness of life, and making plans to get through upcoming difficult times, or coping with past traumas. Now, with self-isolation and working from home, virtual therapy can be an outlet to the world and an inlet to the mind.
I also offer telehealth and e-counseling for men (and women) who need help with their relationships with each other and themselves.
If you are stuck at home with a partner or family unit that needs some relationship repairing, please make a virtual or phone appointment today. You can still create amazing relationships even while you’re self-isolating.
And, if you want to come out of this scary time stronger, wiser, and an even better man than you were before, e-counseling, coaching, therapy (whatever word you want to give it) helps.