Men’s Counselling

Our team are passionate about men’s mental health and understand the difficulties men face in reaching out for support. Men are often reluctant to seek mental health treatment due to a stigma that seeking help is somehow weak or unmasculine. This can lead to men masking or hiding their problems and suffering in silence rather than ‘burdening’ their loved ones or friends with their difficulties.

Being vulnerable by acknowledging the impact a situation is having on you emotionally, mentally and physically is not a sign of weakness. Reaching out for support to change the things that are not working for you in your life shows care and courage to make things better for yourself and others. Our male clients often tell us that if they had have known how much relief they would feel in getting some professional support, they would have reached out a lot sooner. We understand it may have taken a lot to get to the point you are considering getting some help.


At Mind@Work Psychology, we provide a specific focus on supporting men through various challenges via face to face and telehealth (video & telephone) psychological support & counselling services.

Whether you are looking to seek support for: depression or anxiety; building better relationships, understanding your current situation and the impacts on self and others, overcoming problem behaviours, developing emotional regulation strategies; coping with loss or adjusting to change, our men’s psychology and counselling can help you make positive life changes.

Some of the key issues men often seek help for include:

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Self-worth & self-esteem

  • Depression & isolation

  • Financial difficulties

  • Sleep issues

  • Self-care

  • Addictions

  • Sexuality

  • Work issues

  • Managing anger

  • Communication difficulties

  • Grief & loss

  • Relationship concerns

  • Masculine gender roles

  • Fatherhood & parenting

    Male Practitioners Available

    If you are specifically looking for a male practitioner, we have two experienced and mature male practitioners at Mind@Work Psychology