Counselling for men

who need anger management, help with depression or help with anxiety.

Are you looking for anger management?
Help with depression?
Help with anxiety?

Counselling can help with:

Confronting your anger issues and learn about anger management.                                               

Stopping anxiety from holding you back and start moving forward.                                               

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Finding help with depression from someone who knows how you feel.

Getting where you want to be in your life.

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As men, it can be really hard to open up about "personal problems", especially when we're constantly told to "man up" and "get on with it". Counselling is the last thing on the minds of many men.

How many of us feel they can share their vulnerabilities with their friends? Or would be given the time to talk about them without fearing ridicule?

As guys, we might find it easy to show our physical emotions. It's perfectly acceptable for a man to get angry and be told we have "anger issues" but would you feel comfortable telling a woman you're in a relationship with that she's hurt you emotionally or you need her to show her feelings more?

Maybe not, right? Sometimes we know what we want but we won't say it because we fear judgement by others.

Or we fear judgement by ourselves...

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I know what it's like, I was like that for years. I had no idea how to ask for help. I needed help with depression, help with anxiety and help with anger management. But one day I realised that if I was ever going to have a lasting relationship with someone I really wanted to be with or progress in a career that I really wanted, I would need to learn how to communicate effectively and that was when I decided to seek counselling.

To really listen and to have the confidence to tell somebody what I wanted, whether it be a loved one or my boss, without worrying what their reaction would be. But most importantly of all, I learnt how to listen to myself. I learnt that it was ok to need counselling.

I learnt that by paying attention to my thoughts, feelings and emotions, I would be able to learn when something was right and when it wasn't and have the confidence to do something about it.

Counselling gave me the freedom to be who I wanted to be and not what I thought others wanted to me to be.  With counselling, I can help you do the same for you. 

I'm Kieran and I am counsellor based in Camborne, Cornwall, who work's with men that want to feel better, happier and have confidence in where their life is going.

I provide a counselling service for men that recognise they need help with anxiety, they need help with depression and men who need anger management.

Counsellor Kieran Mountney

Are you ready to start some work?

I've worked with many men who need help, so don't struggle alone.

If you'd like to feel a bit more like this guy looks, give me a call or send me an email and we can arrange an intitial counselling session by video conferencing, instant message, email or face to face.

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6 Hull Road, Camborne, TR14 8GS


Telephone: 01209699781
Mobile: 07851512049