Research suggests that men and women are more alike than they are different, sharing the essential experiences of being human. At the same time, there is no doubt that our biology has an impact and that powerful social and cultural forces shape the experiences of being a man or a woman.

As a woman who has had the privilege of working with men both in individual and couples psychotherapy, I have come to appreciate the variety of concerns and conflicts that men bring to therapy.

Over the past 20 years as cultural ideas, ideals and expectations for men and women have been shifting rapidly, I have been able to help men sort through confusing internal and environmental confusion about masculinity as well as their dilemmas in being human, addressing the stresses and challenges of each individual and their situation.

With awareness of the possible challenges of psychotherapy for men, I welcome the opportunity to work with men who are struggling with relationship, health, eating and mood issues. My intention is to help each man to develop their own path to being the man they want to be.

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