A New Blueprint for Male Connection
As a therapist, you know men have been conditioned to be the rocks, the unyielding towers of strength. But, beneath that veneer, many feel a pressing need to connect, to understand themselves and relate better to others.
Think about it – what if a man could see others just like him, grappling with the same fears and challenges? Would he still feel isolated, or would he realize that he’s not alone in his struggles? By cultivating an emotionally safe space, Owen’s methods allow men to be vulnerable without fearing judgment or backlash. It’s like providing someone with training wheels until they feel confident enough to ride on their own.
The Magic of Authentic Listening
This new approach encourages men to experience others’ emotions, to truly hear what they’re saying. This isn’t about offering solutions or passing judgments. It’s about understanding. Imagine the profound impact on relationships when one genuinely listens and the other feels truly heard. Men are able to develop and practice the new skills they are developing in therapy.
Being Real is the Real Deal
When a man steps into the circle of authenticity, something beautiful transpires. He realizes that by being his true self, he’s not just helping himself, but also serving as a beacon for others. This addresses the deep-seated question many men harbor: “Am I enough?”
Reinforcing Therapy, Not Replacing It
Owen’s approach isn’t here to take the place of therapists. Instead, it offers an additional layer of support, helping men maximize the benefits of therapy. Drawing from trauma research and attachment theory, Owen’s team fosters genuine, authentic connections. They’re essentially the support team, ensuring men can effectively utilize the tools they’ve acquired from therapy.
A Practical Approach
Offering men a safe space to practice their newfound skills, coaching, trainings, or a group offer an essential role in reinforcing therapeutic gains. Here, vulnerabilities are not only accepted but celebrated. It’s almost like a revolution, where what’s typically seen as a weakness in society becomes a badge of honor.
Issues We Have Helped
Lack of friends
Beyond addiction recovery
Stuck in a loop
Touchpoints of Transformation
Whether it’s navigating the complexities of relationships, grappling with anger, feeling adrift, or overcoming addiction, this somatic basis approach has assisted countless men in their journeys. And when therapists like Esther Perel, Sue Johnston, Ph.D., Terry Real, and Richard Schwartz, Ph.D. endorse the work, it speaks volumes about its impact.