Practicalities (Mens)

MEN’S GROUP London – NOW RUNNING AND WITH SPACES AVAILABLE
A supportive way to explore your issues with other men; discover what masculinity means to you; make new friends and connections and benefit from the unique experience of being part of a men’s group.

SIMON JACOBS BA, PG Dip, MA, UKCP – individual and group psychotherapist

‘Simon’s men group is a unique opportunity to connect with a group of men to openly discuss issues that are prominent in any men’s life. I came across the group at a point in my life when I was in search of answers to important questions. What it means to be a man? How should I function in modern society? How do I interact with women? How do I interact with men? How do I fit into an organisation? What is my relationship with money and power? And many many others. The discussions that happen in the group are invaluable. The group brings together men of all ages and walks of life. It was really eye opening for me to realise that all men have to deal with the same issues. And as the group progresses the people open up and the level of issues that the group deals with is getting real deep. It is truly unique and powerful experience which is pretty much impossible to find in modern life in a big city.’
Alex S

To join the group call Simon Jacobs on 07740 535399
or email simon@london-psychotherapist.co.uk

We can then arrange a free consultation either in person or on skype/phone to discuss the group. This will be an opportunity for you to ask any questions which may help you decide if you would like to join. If you decide you do wish to be part of the next group, I will ask you to pay a deposit of three weeks (£105) to secure your place.

Cost
The group is a relatively inexpensive way to embark on a journey of self discovery. Each 2 hour evening costs £35.

Location –
The Men’s group London takes place at the Linen Hall, 162- 168 Regent Street, London W1 within easy access of Piccadilly & Oxford Circus tubes and many bus routes. There are facilities to make hot drinks and access to toilets and washrooms.

Useful Links
Mankind Project: www.mkp.org
British Association of Anger Management: www.angermanage.co.uk