Anchor: Men’s Evening
(Please be advised that Men’s group will not be running on Thursday December 26, 2019 and and will resume on Thursday January 2, 2020)
*Please ensure you are not late*
Suite 706, 5241 Calgary Trail NW
Drop-in to visit and share coffee, snacks and receive men’s support for strategies on stress, healthy relationships and managing current challenges.
Providing a space where men can give and receive information and support for current life challenges and self-improvement.
These sessions are intended to be a safe, supportive and non-judgmental space for any man who wants to improve his life with the support of other men.
These meetings are weekly, ongoing, drop-in and confidential.
The topics discussed and number of men in attendance varies week-to-week because of the drop-in format but there usually tends to be between 6 – 15 men in attendance and many of the common topics discussed are healthy relationships and coping with relationship breakdown, stress and anxiety, depression, addictions, self-confidence and self-identity.
Men who are interested in the group are encouraged to drop-in and check it out. Everyone is given the opportunity to speak during the group but no one is ever required to speak. Please arrive a couple minutes early to complete some brief paper work.
David St. Arnault, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist
Dennis Barrie, M.A., Provisional Psychologist
Nathan Foerger, M.A., Provisional Psychologist
Adam Hughes, M.C.
Supported by two Counselling Interns
Location: Suite 706, 5241 Calgary Trail NW
Phone: (780) 757-0900