“We cannot change anything unless we accept it”. (Jung)
This week is International and National Men’s Health Week from Monday 15th June to Sunday 21st June 2015. The aim of this week is to promote & drive awareness of men’s health issues around the world and very importantly to support and encouragement men of all ages to engage in a healthier lifestyle and to address any health concerns they may be experiencing.
In proud support of Irish Men’s Health Week, I will be providing free 30 minute introductory counselling sessions to men aged 18+ who wish to find out more about personal counselling from Monday 15th June to Friday 19th June 2015. Appointments are available at 11 Merrion Square, Dublin 2 on Tuesday and Thursday and also in Naas, Co Kildare on Friday 19th June 2015 by appointment. I understand that for many men who have never attended counselling before it can take time to get the courage to make an appointment and attend a session in person. This is an opportunity to take those first steps towards seeking professional support with a qualified therapist and to find out if counselling could help and support you and your mental health. There is no obligation to book or attend further counselling sessions unless you feel comfortable to do so.
Counselling is a confidential talk therapy which provides a safe, supportive and encouraging environment in which to talk about and explore personal problems. Counselling helps the client to address and overcome a range of personal issues such as;
- Stress and Anxiety
- Emotional Issues
- Behavioural Addictions such as Gambling, Food, Sex, Porn Addiction
- Sexual Problems
- Sex & Relationships
- Mental Health Issues
- Health & Illness concerns
To request a free 30 minute introductory counselling session please email your details to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me on 087-1144656 to book an appointment. A limited number of sessions are available and are subject to a brief telephone assessment and suitability.
To find out more about this weeks Men’s Health Week in Ireland you can check out the following links;