Richard Steinzeig, LCSW

Serving Anchorage and surrounding areas

(907) 278-1188

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Men’s Group therapy

Are you looking for a place to vent your frustrations and share your long-buried feelings in a safe, non-judgmental environment? If so, you are not alone. Countless men in the region find themselves inquiring about the men’s group therapy sessions offered by Richard Steinzeig, LCSW.

During these confidential and compassionate group therapy sessions, you will have an opportunity to air your grievances, explore personal dilemmas, and learn from other people in your newfound community.

Would you like to learn more about our group therapy sessions? Simply contact us at (907) 278-1188 today. We are here to help you on your mental health journey.

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Come Together for Group Therapy

Have you ever found yourself unsure how to deal with certain feelings? Do some emotions feel difficult to set aside? Believe us when we say you are not alone. Many people feel burdened by the stresses and anxieties of modern living, endless work pressures, family obligations, grief, chronic pain, and more.

When left alone with these problems, the stresses only multiply. Simply letting yourself speak about these issues out loud can make all the difference. Even better, hearing others share similar stories of hardship, survival, and day-to-day strategizing can really make a world of difference.

Where do the men in our community go for such kinship, community, and care? They come to the compassionate and confidential group therapy sessions offered by our specialists.

Over 29 Years of Experience

Richard Steinzeig, LCSW has worked with a wide range of patients over the past 29 years in private and group sessions. Over these many years, he has helped individuals, couples, and families navigate issues related to:

  • Depression
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Couples counseling
  • Psychotherapy
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • And more

Facing Big Problems Together

We are currently running a Men’s group that focuses on issues that often affect men on a daily basis. The group is recommended for men who are dealing with general concerns about relationships, depression or anxiety, parenting, work stress, and those traditional and cultural models of how men are socialized and expected to perform that are often not productive or effective for them.

If you think you could benefit from participating in our group therapy sessions, please get in touch today. We will be happy to provide information about pricing and details on the process.

We look forward to welcoming you into our circle.

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The Importance of Group Therapy for Men

For centuries men have been expected to follow determined roles and behaviors detrimental to their emotional health. The societal idea that men should be stoic, and void of feeling push many individuals to hide their struggles. The truth is that many men face significant emotional turmoil and trauma that can become exacerbated through silence. At Richard Steinzeig, LCSW, we strive to create a space where men feel comfortable to open up about how they are feeling and what they are going through - sometimes for the first time.

Group therapy allows men to build camaraderie or allyship with others and learn from the struggles and strengths of their peers. In a group, we discuss a variety of topics that many men can relate to. In doing so, participants can reflect on their own challenges while being a supportive soundboard for one another.

Creating a space where men are free to express their feelings and emotions works to build bridges and allows us, as a society, to come to a greater understanding of each other.

Reap the Benefits of Group Therapy

The growing popularity of group therapy alone is a testament to the power of these practices. With each passing year, more and more men abandon unhelpful gender stereotypes and step into circles of trust like ours. Their reasons for seeking help vary—and the benefits are numerous. Some of these include:

Break Free from Isolation

If we do not speak about our issues, we can go through our days feeling completely alien to the rest of the world—and alone, too. Speaking up or even listening to others, can help you realize that you are not alone in your struggle.

Giving and Receiving Support

We all need encouragement, kind words, and shoulders to lean on. Some of us don't have this sort of non-judgmental emotional support in our day-to-day lives. In group therapy, you can find the community that wants to support you on your journey. You'll even get to see just how great it feels to offer support and a sympathetic ear to others.

Learning About Self Expression

Sometimes the difficult part about sharing your problems with your loved ones is finding the right words. With the help of people in your circle, you can learn how to verbalize your feelings and frustrations in an effective, non-confrontational manner.

Confidentiality in Group Sessions

Many individuals are concerned about confidentiality in group therapy sessions. While it is impossible to ensure that group members will be completely confidential, we strongly encourage our participants not to share their peers' personal stories outside of the group setting. When everyone respects the importance of privacy, participants can become powerful allies to one another in their journey to self-realization and improvement.

Topics to Discuss in Group Therapy

In group therapy, participants are encouraged to speak freely about the challenges they face in their lives. While there is diversity in the circumstances faced by different men, there are also many distinguishable commonalities. Some of the topics we will focus on include:

  • Sex and relationships
  • Conflict
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Financial stress
  • Anger
  • Pressure to perform
  • Feelings of rejection
  • Emotional neglect

Avenues to Greater Communication

In group, not only will we discuss the importance of communication, but we will put this theory into practice. By being open and vulnerable with one another, we develop communication skills that we can bring into our personal realms. The significant focus of therapy is improving our relationships with others and ourselves, and communication is a huge part of this.

Join Our Group Therapy Session for Men

Richard Steinzeig, LCSW has spent years providing individual, couples, and group therapy. We help facilitate discussion but depend on the participation of group members to achieve a successful session. While discussing personal issues may seem awkward at first, many participants say that their unease fades when participants choose to be sincere and open with one another.

If you have questions or specific concerns about joining group therapy, please give us a call. We will be happy to discuss your reservations and help you make the right decision for your mental health.

Support for Men from All Walks of Life

Our goal is to provide group therapy that any man can feel comfortable attending. Everybody has their individual troubles and insecurities, but this shouldn't stop you from gaining a support system that you can truly benefit from. If you have ever questioned if support groups would be right for you, we encourage you to attend a session with no further commitment and see for yourself the benefits of what we provide.

Therapy for Men in a Welcoming Environment

Our men's group sessions emphasize understanding and camaraderie between our attendees. Nobody will be there to judge you or make you feel unwelcome because we are all here for similar reasons. Sometimes in order to overcome our own troubles, the reassurance of another who has gone through similar issues or is just there to lend an ear can make a big difference. Although you may feel nervous and vulnerable attending your first session, we promise to help you feel at home once you arrive.

Gaining New Insight Through Group Therapy

Our perspective plays a big role in our ability to feel happy and fulfilled in life. If you are struggling to focus on the right things or have invasive thoughts that are impacting your daily life, then airing these concerns in a group setting might provide you with some relief. By talking through your troubles in a group of your peers, you might be able to view things in a new light and go back into the world with a fresh outlook.

Learn to Accept Yourself with Group Therapy

We want to establish that there is no shame in attending a men's therapy group. We find that many men are apprehensive about speaking about their weaknesses in a group setting, but this can be viewed as a powerful first step in the healing process. Once you are able to accept your shortcomings and express them to others, you will be one step closer to living your best life.

Support Groups Can Help You Find Purpose

Even if you are outwardly successful, living a fulfilling life is not always a guarantee. Richard Steinzeig, LCSW aims to help our members recognize what is truly important to them and then structure their life around this. Sometimes the things that matter the most are hidden right in front of us, which is what we strive to uncover with our men's therapy sessions.

Creating Success Stories Through Men's Therapy

Having helped many different individuals gain a new perspective and restructure their lives, we guarantee that you will get something positive out of our group therapy sessions. We have been honored to have many men remark on the value of our services and how we have truly helped them on a personal level.

Fully Licensed Therapy Sessions

Although our sessions are focused on the value that comes from interacting with other men, having a qualified therapist present also plays an important role. By having a licensed counselor guide the conversation, we are able to ensure that our conversations stay focused and helpful for everyone involved.

Advantages of Group Therapy

Groups offers a unique opportunity for members to deepen their understanding of themselves and explore issues while engaging in a dialogue with other men who are experiencing similar issues. Groups encourage sharing and feedback in a non-judgmental setting.

Richard Steinzeig, LCSW helps Men learn new strategies to cope with daily stress.

As the group progresses, members are better able to understand their triggers and patterns of interactions, and come to develop useful way to overcome their issues which often leads to better communication and outcomes at work and home.

A brief interview with potential clients is needed prior to acceptance into the group.

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