Men’s Issues therapists in Rockville, Maryland MD
Washington Psychological wellness is a boutique-style mental health practice located in Gaithersburg, Maryland. At Washington Psychological Wellness, we understand the unique cultural, environmental, biological, and psychological factors that may impact a man's mental health and overall well-being. Our therapists can help with common men's issues, including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, substance abuse, economic stressors, feelings of inadequacy, toxic masculinity, bullying, anger management, sexual difficulties, gender identity, and more. Washington Psychological Wellness is a body-positive, inclusive and affirmative practice that believes in equality regardless of race, ethnicity, nationality, class, caste, religion, belief, sex, gender, language, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex characteristics, age, health, or another status. We are currently accepting new clients. Telehealth (online) therapy services are available. Call now to schedule a free 15-minute consultation!
9 Years Experience
Psychologist, MA and PhD in Clinical Psychology
In the early 1970's I gave a presentation with Dr. Jack Sawyer who was one of the founders of the Men's Movement. I became aware of the issues that men face in this society, and have helped men in psychotherapy to deal with these issues. I offer free Zoom seminars, which are helpful to men and their partners. Please feel free to call for a consultation: 301-229-8000
53 Years Experience
Counselor/Therapist, M.Ed., C.E.O.
We work together. We look at ourselves. It is not easy but it works. Men's group. We will also work on practices that support change and focus. Community is essential for fear of any kind. Healthy communication requires a commitment to telling the truth to ourselves and others. Being a man is not easy. Relationships are not easy. We will make learn ways of making good decisions and learn new skills.
48 Years Experience
Life Coach, Hypnosis and NLP, shamanic healing, Energy Psychology (including "tapping"), Voice Dialogue
I joined a men’s group in 2002, and my life has never been the same. Until then, I’d never thought much about how hard it is for men to seek help – and how men struggle unnecessarily as a result. American society teaches men that they should be able to figure things out on their own, that they should keep things to themselves, and they should “tough it out” when things are hard. Most men only have a friend or two who they might be able to talk with about “real” issues, and that lack of social connection is tragic. Seeking help doesn’t mean a man is weak – it means he’s smart. It means he’s stopped buying into the B.S. that making more money and owning shinier stuff and looking cool and having the right relationship is going to solve his problems and make him happy. In other words, he’s getting real. My therapeutic approach is more about action than talk. Yes, I need to know the experiences that formed you, and clients usually find me to be a non-judgmental listener who makes it safe to unburden themselves. But I want to start empowering you quickly, with tools for mind, body, and spirit that are known for their efficiency and effectiveness. So, whether you’ve never sought coaching or therapy, or have found traditional talk therapy to be less than you want, I think you’ll find a conversation with me a good place to start.
16 Years Experience
Licensed Professional Counselor, Ph.D., LCPC, ACS, NCC, CDBT
Men's issues are unique to their personal experience. Allow Health has male counselors to support you in the counseling process.
11 Years Experience