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MEN’S PROCESSING GROUP
BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN A MEN’S PROCESSING GROUP:
- Enhanced Health and Wellbeing
- New Sense of Hope and Better Outlook on Life
- Improved Communication and Relationships with Others
- Improved Awareness and Concern for the Well-Being of Others
- Newly-Developed Coping Skills
- Enhanced Decision-Making Skills
What is a Men’s Processing Group?
Men are conditioned to manage life stressors alone and suppress their emotions. They have special experiences and expectations based on society, family, and work.
The purpose of a Men’s Processing Group is to come together from all different life roles and backgrounds to share stories, find and give support, create a sense of fellowship, and understand that many struggles experienced personally are the same for men universally.
How does it work?
The bi-weekly meetings of the Men’s Processing Group will provide a safe space to facilitate discussion about problems each participant may be facing and offer other participants the chance to speak to them or offer advice/solutions. The group facilitator will help guide the conversation and also teach skills that will help participants better process their emotions and experiences.
The meetings will cover the following topics:
- Adjusting to Life After the Pandemic
- Relationships and Sex
- Emotional Regulation
- Mental/Physical Health Concerns
The Men’s Processing Group will be facilitated by:
Johnathan Hardin, LCMHC-A
Johnathan is a multi-licensed counselor here at Southlake, and he has 25 years of experience in mental and behavioral healthcare.