91% of our clients last year reported an improvement in their quality of life after their engagement with Mankind
Here’s what men have told us about how having counselling or attending a group has helped them:
Please do not be nervous about contacting Mankind!
To begin with I was worried that I would be asked questions or to provide information that I would find uncomfortable or be distressing to me.
Nothing could have been further from the truth. My Counsellor was always considerate and sensitive in what he said, and what questions he asked. In a short time I was comfortable enough to talk to him freely about things that I had never discussed with anyone for decades, secure in the knowledge that what was said would remain 100% confidential.
I have benefited so much from my counselling and my course. I feel better about myself and more able to deal with my thoughts and feelings about what happened to me.
Take my advice. Be brave and contact Mankind. You won’t regret it.
“I can now face up to getting up and going to work. I have a happier and more balanced outlook on life.”
“I feel more hopeful and my forward thinking has changed. I feel more motivated to make changes, even though it’s scary.”
“Feeling generally that my life quality has improved a lot. Having a space to have my feelings heard has been really brilliant. (The Counsellor) made the space feel safe – the counselling has helped me enormously.”
“Life has become very positive. My entire outlook has changed for the better.”
“Having a safe place to explore my abuse made me feel less hyper alert and snappy. Feel more laid back now, more forgiving, less fear of failure, happier.”
“Having identified with the sessions at Mankind, I gave myself a direction to follow with the support of the counsellor. Things were put into perspective during the sessions. Inow feel that I have a resolution to my reasons for coming.”
“Sometimes I have to remind myself of the change that has happened. I feel my life has become manageable and I’m actually enjoying it. I hadn’t expected it to be so transformative.”
“Daily life is much more positive – still aware of past problems – present problems but dealing with all of it rather than coping and denying.”