Men's Therapy, for information about stress, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and dissatisfaction with his relationships and other men's issue, and for men looking for a counselor, psychologist or psychotherapist, and counseling and psychotherapy services in Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, Alameda, Albany, Orinda, Lafayette, East Bay & The Greater San Francisco Bay Area

Helping Men Overcome Barriers
to Living Fulfilling Lives

Dr. Will Courtenay, The Men's Doc, of Men's Therapy offers psychotherapy and counseling to treat tress, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and relationship concerns and other men's issue in Oakland, Berkeley, Piedmont, Alameda, Albany, Orinda, Lafayette, East Bay & The Greater San Francisco Bay Area

Should I Get Help? And What If I Don’t Treat My Men’s Issues?

If you’re like most men, you’ve been taught to hide your emotional concerns. But hiding anxiety, depression, difficulty with anger or other men’s issues only makes them worse and can lead to more serious problems.

And there’s really no need to hide these problems. They’re common concerns.

Man struggling who may need to see a counselor or therapist for help with anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, anger management, divorce, erectile dysfunction, concern about moods, career, relationships, parenting, stage of life concerns, or nice guy syndrome and who's contemplating talk therapy – or psychotherapy or counseling – as a proven effective way to prevent damaging, long-term mental health consequencesAlthough anxiety, depression and other men’s issues can be crippling, they’re also very treatable. Left untreated, however, these problems often worsens and can result in damaging, long-term consequences for you, your kids, your marriage, your career, and your future. So, if you’re reluctant to get help for yourself, consider doing it for the well-being of your kids or the people close to you.

Getting Help Is A Sign of Strength

For many men, one of the biggest obstacles to seeing a mental health professional is the concern that if others — like coworkers — found out, something bad will happen or they’ll lose respect. Don’t let these fears impact your family, your relationship with your partner, or your future success. Muster the courage to ask for the help you need.

Research shows, finding a therapist who you’re comfortable with — and one who understands men — is critical for psychotherapy to be effective for you. But it’s not easy to find an experienced therapist who’s skilled at working with men. I’ve trained thousands of health professionals nationwide in how to best help men, and have helped men in individual counseling and psychotherapy for over 20 years. I’d like to help you.

I know asking for help is sometimes hard, but phoning now is a start. Give me a call at 415-346-6719. I’ll be happy to talk with you and answer any questions you might have.