If you’re here, you might be struggling and feeling like life is just too hard to be happy or even get through the day. These are normal feelings. Life isn’t easy. In fact, it can be darn right cruel and painful. When emotional pain runs high, physical pain isn’t far behind. Living this way isn’t really living and I am here to tell you that reaching out for help isn’t as scary as it seems.
My name is Stephen Rodgers and I started my firm with the hopes of working with other men through life’s tough issues. Many issues that affect men are often dealt with in secret. Don’t ever think you are too strong to ask for help. As a therapist specializing in men’s issues, I know how hard it is to deal with depression, divorce, ED, custody issues, anxiety, anger, sexual abuse, relationships, trauma, loneliness, you name it.
I’m here to break the stigma of counseling for men. It is 100% normal to need someone to talk to during difficult situations. Many times, the closest people in your life are partially the root cause or a heavy influencer to the problem. Other times, they are just too close to the issues to have a different perceptive. So, how do you go about confiding in anyone? If you’re finding any of these statements ringing true, it might be time for a healthy change. Do you often take better care of your physical health than your emotional health? Think of therapy as brain training then. With proper care, your most important muscle (the brain) will be in top shape, ready to take on whatever life throws at you. Therapy makes it possible to live a richer and more meaningful life. Our work together will be collaborative and I will offer encouragement throughout the process. Together we will look at the existing barriers that hold you back and discover and build upon your strengths to promote participation in your ongoing treatment and recovery.