Men’s Wellbeing

Men’s mental health is an important part of their overall health and wellbeing. They need good mental health to help get through life’s challenges, to have healthy relationships with others and to enjoy life. Problems with mental health are common, and not a sign of weakness.

In fact, it can take courage to admit there’s a problem, and to find some help. Your mental health is like your physical health – the earlier you get onto it, the better.

A lot of things can negatively affect men’s mental and emotional wellbeing. Some common issues include: relationship problems, separation and divorce; financial stress; work-related pressures; unemployment or retirement; physical illness; social isolation; partner’s pregnancy and birth of a baby; and drug and alcohol use.

There are plenty of practical things men can do to help support their mental health including: eat well; get plenty of sleep; exercise regularly; spend time with your friends and family; talk about how you feel with people you trust; do activities you enjoy; and take time to relax.

Who is this service for?

Everyone has ups and downs. Everyone experiences feelings of sadness or anger or hopelessness at times. But if these feelings won’t go away, or get so strong they make it difficult for you to function normally, this could be a sign of a mental illness.

Most mental illness can be effectively treated or managed, so if you have a problem and seek help, there’s every chance that your condition will improve.

If you’re doing what you can, but still feel like you’re struggling, perhaps it could be time to book in with one of our psychologists for some professional support.

How we can help you...

Ways our psychologists can help you achieve mental and emotional wellbeing:

  • Anger management skills
  • Emotion regulation
  • Reduce sleep problems
  • Stress management skills
  • Reduce dependence on drugs and/or alcohol
  • Challenging unhelpful thoughts
  • Relationship counselling
  • Positive parenting

Some of the therapies our psychologists at Thriving Minds Psychology Clinic may use include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioural Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy, Trauma-focused therapy, Schema Therapy, or Solution-Focused Therapy.

You can call our friendly client support team on P: 0428 088 671.

Are you ready to take the next step?

We are dedicated to redefining your experience of therapy. Our client support team is available to support you with questions and enquiries. Booking your appointment is easy, call us on 0428 088 671 or book online by following the link below