These Men Only Groups are held on Wednesday from 6 to 7:30PM. We alternate even months in SLO and odd months in Atascadero.
Have you ever wondered how you are reflected in the minds and hearts of others? These men only groups offer the opportunity for you to more deeply discover yourself while strengthening and enhancing your relationships with your partner or wife, your children, other men, superiors, employees, and friends. Most importantly, though, you strengthen and enhance your own calm and secure relationship with yourself and empower yourself by way of accountability and responsibility. Win-Win, lots of fun. See for yourself.
What kind of men are in the groups? Guys from all walks of like. Smart men like you and the men you know. It’s a mutt of guys: various races, religions or not, social, economic, and educational levels, and relationship status or not. They all fit perfectly.
These men are good men who want to learn how to be emotionally stronger and even more secure and in easy control of themselves having more often than not, a sense of a calm body, a clear mind, and a healthy connection to himself and to others. It’s normal to want to have some of your needs met in relationships with others and here’s a safe place to better learn how to do that and have fun as you gain other skills and insights.
“I have a lot of friends, but I didn’t have a place to really talk like this, until now. This is a safe place to learn from each other and Julie.”
We use group discussion, group exercises, homework, humor, facilitator lecture/presentations, sometimes guest speakers, or video and other media to create powerful, purposeful, and interactive groups that support and challenge our members.
Please call Julie 805 544-2273
“Reality is unforgivingly complex.” Ann Lamott 1954 –
“People even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed and redeemed; never through out anyone.” Audrey Hepburn 1929 – 1993
“Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature,
nor do the children of men as a whole experience it.
Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.” Helen Keller 1880 – 1968