Develop Healthy Communication & A Deeper Connection

Therapy for Men and Their Relationship

Therapy for Men and Their Relationship is not a sign of weakness

You want to feel important, valued, respected, but most importantly you just want to be heard.

It sucks feeling like you can’t do anything right.

You’re tired of always arguing, constantly feeling like your partner is nagging.

Last night’s argument keeps replaying in your head.

Couple-Arguing-At-Table-Before-Counseling

You feel as though you barely got a wink of sleep, and now that dreaded alarm clock won’t stop mocking you.

You try to choke down a cup of hot coffee before jumping in the shower heading off to work.

If you’re lucky you’ll get maybe 5 minutes of peace in the car, recharge a bit before work, but then traffic is backed up and you already know how this day will end…

You bust your butt at work, trying to prove yourself to others, always striving for that next promotion.

man working

Only to be left feeling like your hard work goes unnoticed, and that you have been taken advantage of yet again.

However, you tell yourself “it’s a job and someone has to keep working to pay the bills.”

Better is always around the next corner.  If you can just get that next promotion or raise, that will fix everything.

However, the last promotion didn’t fix anything.

Sure you might have had a little more breathing room between bills, but the process just starts all over again.

You’re stuck on an infinite loop waiting for better, but…  Better Never Comes.

It’s chaos when you walk in the door.

If only you knew how to help or even where to begin.

stressed man before counseling

Instead, you begin barking orders, trying to get the kids to do what mom has been asking them to do all day.

All your efforts to help and be helpful around the house feel unnoticed, or worse you’re flat out told “it’s not helpful.”

Home is a reminder of the struggles at work.  Work is a reminder of the struggles at home.

There never seems to be a break, a moment to recharge or unwind.

Home doesn’t feel like the sanctuary you thought it would.

Couple Upset In Bed

You crave attention from your partner.

Oh, how you wish that you had someone to talk to.

You long to feel pursued and the primary focus of your partner’s attention again.

Once, conversations lasted into the late hours of the night, dates created anticipation and excitement.

Back then the relationship wasn’t just about physical intimacy, it was so much more.

The financial weight of the house falls on your shoulders.

You know your spouse is the one responsible for feeding the kids, cooking meals, and dealing with all responsibilities at home.

Frankly, she thinks no one notices just how much she does.

But you do, and when you try to tell or show her it goes unnoticed. 

stressed mom

She does what has to be done for the family, but longs for your help.

Her mind is like an internet browser with infinite tabs open all at once:  tabs for the kids, house, work, school, etc.

The browser doesn’t feel like it can handle another open tab, and yet you don’t understand why she can’t just close the tabs.

Therapy for Men & Their Relationship can help with the walls

You’re aware of the walls that have been built up over time.

Now, those walls are preventing the connection you desire.

 

walls of a relationship before counseling

Every conversation becomes the place to drudge up past hurts.

This continues until one of you becomes tired of the endless circles.

At that point, you both decide to just stop talking about it.

The disagreement isn’t resolved and feels like you have just swept it under the rug.

Both of you Desperately need connection.

Unfortunately, you’ve been hurt, rejected, ignored so many times before, you wonder if there is anyway things can be different.

If things don’t begin to change soon you’re afraid that the relationship is destined to fail.

Most of the books you’ve turned to were just ok, but didn’t really seem to create the lasting change you were looking for.

Social Media

Social Media bombards you with false standards of what a good relationship looks like.

The struggle is real and You long for more…

How can Therapy for Men and Their Relationships help?

 

  • Purposefully balance your responsibilities so you no longer feel like you’re fumbling.
  • Understand your wife, so you can know and anticipate what she needs.
  • Have a relationship with your kids that you are proud of.
  • Enjoy your relationships because they function like a winning team.
  • Have excitement for what the future has in store for you.
Let Me Help You

I’ll help you through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and circumstances.

My approach to counseling men comes from a place of hope and understanding.  

Above all, I believe that you have within yourself the ability to balance and enjoy life, but just need some help getting there.

daniel edwards lmft therapy for men

You don’t have to live life feeling like you’re not enough.

Contact me today and I’ll discuss how Therapy for Men and Their Relationships can help you.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are Therapy for Men sessions like?

Sessions feel like sitting at the bar talking with a close friend.  While asking questions and helping you work through your problems, but without the distractions.  Homework provides opportunities to build momentum in making the changes you desire.  Working together, you and I will find the answers you seek.

How long do I need to be in therapy?

The length of therapy depends on your particular needs, as well as how long it takes to accomplish the goals we set.  I’ve had some patients accomplish their goals within two months and others have taken longer.  Ultimately my goal in therapy is to help you gain the tools to solve your problems on your own.

How do I know if Therapy for Men will work for me?

While there can be no guarantees that therapy will work for you.  Those who choose to work with me feel that we are able to create obtainable goals and continually work towards those throughout the course of therapy.

How do I get started?

While there can be no guarantees that therapy will work for you.  Those who choose to work with me feel that we are able to create obtainable goals and continually work towards those throughout the course of therapy.

Do you take insurance?

I currently take HealthChoice and as of October 1st, 2020 I can bill Blue Cross and Blue Shields.

I am considered an out of network provider for Tricare.  This allows Tricare members to pay out of pocket for counseling and then be reimbursed for services provided.

For all other insurances, I am happy to provide you with the necessary documentation for you to file an out-of-network claim.

How much are your fees?

The investment for counseling is priceless; however, the monetary cost is:

$175 for the initial session (intake)

$125 per session thereafter

Pricing does not change for individuals or couple sessions.

More Questions about Counseling?

Let’s Connect Today.

Schedule your free 30-minute consultation.

I’ll answer any questions you have and you can be sure we’re a good fit.

Join me each week to get the support you need.

Together, we’ll develop the tools you need to have healthy communication and a deeper connection.

Develop Healthy Communication & A Deeper Connection

Therapy for Men and Their Relationship

Therapy for Men and Their Relationship is not a sign of weakness

You want to feel important, valued, respected, but most importantly you just want to be heard.

It sucks feeling like you can’t do anything right.

You’re tired of always arguing, constantly feeling like your partner is nagging.

Last night’s argument keeps replaying in your head.

You feel as though you barely got a wink of sleep, and now that dreaded alarm clock won’t stop mocking you.

You try to choke down a cup of hot coffee before jumping
in the shower heading off to work.

If you’re lucky you’ll get maybe 5 minutes of peace in the
car, recharge a bit before work, but then traffic is backed
up and you already know how this day will end…

You bust your butt at work, trying to prove yourself to
others, always striving for that next promotion.

man working
Couple-Arguing-At-Table-Before-Counseling

Only to be left feeling like your hard work goes unnoticed, and that you have been taken advantage of yet again.

However, you tell yourself “it’s a job and someone has to keep working to pay the bills.”

Better is always around the next corner.  If you can just get that next promotion or raise, that will fix everything.

However, the last promotion didn’t fix anything.

Sure you might have had a little more breathing room between bills, but the process just starts all over again.

You’re stuck on an infinite loop waiting for better, but…  Better Never Comes.

It’s chaos when you walk in the door.

If only you knew how to help or even where to begin.

Instead, you begin barking orders, trying to get the kids to do what mom has been asking them to do all day.

All your efforts to help and be helpful around the house feel unnoticed, or worse you’re flat out told “it’s not helpful.”

Home is a reminder of the struggles at work.  Work is a reminder of the struggles at home.

There never seems to be a break, a moment to recharge or unwind.

Home doesn’t feel like the sanctuary you thought it would.

stressed man before counseling
Couple Upset In Bed

You crave attention from your partner.

Oh, how you wish that you had someone to talk to.

You long to feel pursued and the primary focus of your partner’s attention again.

Once, conversations lasted into the late hours of the night, dates created anticipation and excitement.

Back then the relationship wasn’t just about physical intimacy, it was so much more.

The financial weight of the house falls on your shoulders.

You know your spouse is the one responsible for feeding the kids, cooking meals, and dealing with all responsibilities at home.

Frankly, she thinks no one notice just how much she does.

But you do, and when you try to tell or show her it goes unnoticed.

She does what has to be done for the family, but longs for your help.

Her mind is like an internet browser with infinite tabs open all at once:  tabs for the kids, house, work, school, etc.

The browser doesn’t feel like it can handle another open tab, and yet you don’t understand why she can’t just close the tabs.

stressed mom

Therapy for Men & Their Relationship can help with the walls

You’re aware of the walls that have been built up over time.

Now, those walls are preventing the connection you desire.

 

walls of a relationship before counseling

 Most of the books you’ve turned to were just ok but didn’t really seem to create the lasting change you were looking for.

Social Media bombards you with false standards of what a good relationship looks like.

The struggle is real and You long for more…

Every conversation becomes the place to drudge up past hurts.

This continues until one of you becomes tired of the endless circles.

At that point, you both decide to just stop talking about it.

The disagreement isn’t resolved and feels like you have just swept it under the rug.

Both of you Desperately need connection.

Unfortunately, you’ve been hurt, rejected, ignored so many times before, you wonder if there is anyway things can be different.

If things don’t begin to change soon you’re afraid that the relationship is destined to fail.

Social Media

How can Therapy for Men and Their Relationships help?

 

  • Purposefully balance your responsibilities so you no longer feel like you’re fumbling.
  • Understand your wife, so you can know and anticipate what she needs.
  • Have a relationship with your kids that you are proud of.
  • Enjoy your relationships because they function like a winning team.
  • Have excitement for what the future has in store for you.

Contact me today and I’ll discuss how Therapy for Men and Their Relationships can help
you.

Let Me Help You
I’ll help you through this process, tailoring each step to your unique needs and
circumstances. My approach to counseling men comes from a place of hope and understanding. Above all, I believe that you have within yourself the ability to balance and enjoy life, but
just need some help getting there.
daniel edwards lmft therapy for men

You don’t have to live life feeling like you’re not enough.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are Therapy for Men sessions like?

Sessions feel like sitting at the bar talking with a close friend.  While asking questions and helping you work through your problems, but without the distractions.  Homework provides opportunities to build momentum in making the changes you desire.  Working together, you and I will find the answers you seek.

How long do I need to be in therapy?

The length of therapy depends on your particular needs, as well as how long it takes to accomplish the goals we set.  I’ve had some patients accomplish their goals within two months and others have taken longer.  Ultimately my goal in therapy is to help you gain the tools to solve your problems on your own.

How do I know if Therapy for Men will work for me?

While there can be no guarantees that therapy will work for you.  Those who choose to work with me feel that we are able to create obtainable goals and continually work towards those throughout the course of therapy.

How do I get started?

While there can be no guarantees that therapy will work for you.  Those who choose to work with me feel that we are able to create obtainable goals and continually work towards those throughout the course of therapy.

Do you take insurance?

I currently take HealthChoice and as of October 1st, 2020 I can bill Blue Cross and Blue Shields.

I am considered an out of network provider for Tricare.  This allows Tricare members to pay out of pocket for counseling and then be reimbursed for services provided.

For all other insurances, I am happy to provide you with the necessary documentation for you to file an out-of-network claim.

How much are your fees?

The investment for counseling is priceless; however, the monetary cost is:

$175 for the initial session (intake)

$125 per session thereafter

Pricing does not change for individuals or couple sessions.

More Questions about Counseling?

Let’s Connect Today.

Schedule your free 30-minute consultation.

I’ll answer any questions you have and you can be sure we’re a good fit.

Join me each week to get the support you need.

Together, we’ll develop the tools you need to have healthy communication and a deeper connection.

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