To address the Ongoing Men’s Mental Health Crisis Dr. Mike Dadson is launching a new Men's Group in Langley, BC.
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Problem: Cultural Conditioning
Cultural conditioning is a major barrier, preventing men from entering into mental health care.
Due to this mindset, men are not aware or can have no awareness of the importance their emotions play in their own mental health or that of their family and those they love.
It is common for men to be "ill equipped", lack understanding or have little experience when relating emotionally to others as emotions are not usually expressed or understood in their place of work.
Just ask almost any man how comfortable he feels about crying with a co-worker or expressing feelings of being overwhelmed to a boss.
Extensive research exists demonstrating
Extensive research exists demonstratingthat men’s mental health issues are minimized and that men face tremendous barriers to seeking help. In many cultures, men are socialized to work and provide for their families as their primary responsibility.
Sadly for men, in
Sadly for men,emotions or relationships are not valued even today, unless the
Dr. Dadson explains issues related to anxiety and depression in men in the video above.
The Approach: Working Groups for Men
Often in men's team sports, the effort of one individual is not enough and a coach or
Often in men's team sports, the effort of one individual is not enough and a coach ora team facilitator, is vital or necessary. When dealing with men's mental health issues this is often the case. Dr. Michael Dadson's extensive research involving the effectiveness of working groups for veterans is demonstrated in the informative publication:
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