If you are London-based follower of The Men’s Network then you may be interested to know that a new men’s support group is starting in the capital. It is run by psychotherapist David Polak who was a delegate at the First National Conference for Men and Boys hosted by The Men’s Network last year.
David’s new men’s group starts in North London at the end of January.
David says his group is a safe and supportive group and designed to help men explore what stops them from moving forward in their lives. This involves sharing personal stories and examining the ways in which the men taking part may be preventing themselves from being the men they wish to be. The group has an emphasis on the intra and the inter-personal, looking not only at the inner world, but also the ways in which we relate to others.
David is a UKCP registered psychotherapist who specialises in working with men and men’s issues, with a particular emphasis on identity, anger, childhood trauma and the roles men play as fathers, sons, husbands and lovers.
The group meets monthly on Sundays from 10am-5pm and is open to all men regardless of their sexuality, faith, colour or race and no experience of group work is required to join.
Visit www.davidpolak.bacp.co.uk for more info, or contact David, mobile 07847 279 246, email firstname.lastname@example.org