Therapy for Men

Many men are taught to show strength by being silent about their feelings, especially the more painful ones. However, men are not immune from experiencing difficult times, including work and family stress, tragedy, loss, and life transitions. Unfortunately, messages that men should face these hardships alone and without emotion can lead to increased stress, depression, loneliness, and isolation. We think strength means being willing to have and show the full range of emotions, especially those that are particularly painful. Dr. Zack works specifically with men to help them feel comfortable opening up and confronting their difficult thoughts and feelings in order to work toward becoming the type of man they want to be. He works with a variety of difficulties men experience, including:

  • Anxiety/panic and depression
  • Trauma from child- or adulthood
  • Work/family stress
  • Life transitions