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Therapy Myth #3: Therapy is Mysterious

In this video series, Jason talks about how men fail to seek out the help that they need because of preventative factors such as expense, being seen as weak, or that counseling is mysterious. Looking at the myth that therapy is mysterious, Jason assures men that coming into counseling is not a “head shrinking” or will have you lying on a couch in a confessional mode. Jason talks about how counseling is none of these things, and reassures men that counseling is helpful and easy to understand. Continue reading

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Therapy Myths – Myth #1: Therapy Signals Weakness

In this video series, Jason talks about how men fail to seek out the help that they need because of preventative factors such as expense, being seen as weak, or that it’s mysterious. For men, going to therapy is a reflection of strength of character, not any personal weakness or shortcoming. Jason talks about how this is so, and why it’s important to act on getting help, instead of trying to figure it out yourself. Continue reading

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