Brotherhood

Brotherhood

Ongoing group
Thursday, October 19, 2017 -
19:00 to 21:00
Life
Personal Growth
Wellbeing
Alternatives says: 
A space for men to be together in this 5 evening group
Description: 

Man’s place in the world is to be strong, confident, dependable - providers. There is little place for vulnerability. As a result, men often hide their feelings from family, friends, and even themselves, to avoid the stigma of being “un-manly”.

Feelings don’t go away though, and if not dealt with, can often to lead to things like workaholism, alcoholism, sex or other addictions, depression, isolation, rage, difficulty with intimacy, or abusive behaviour.

How would it be to have a pathway out of the emotional darkness? In ancient times, men used to hunt together and fight together. How many of us have a strong male group to bond with? To talk and interact in a way that is totally different for NOT having women around? To share and support each other; to be a band of brothers?

In this evening group, Malcolm will hold a space for men to explore and support each other in our changing times. The group will continue on these Thursdays:
26 October
9 November
23 November
7 December

Malcolm has been leading mens groups for many years. He say: "Over the years, I have been struck by the depth of emotion, healing and spiritual connection that can come from men working together. To talk about men’s stuff and get support from other men is unquestioningly powerful."

 

About the speaker, Malcolm Stern

Malcolm Stern has worked as a group and individual psychotherapist for more than 30 years. He is co-director and co-founder of Alternatives at St James’s Church in London and runs groups internationally.

His approach involves finding where the heart is and helping individuals access their truth.  He has been involved in running mens groups since the 1980s

His London One Year Group is the centrepiece of his work and has been successfully operating since 1990. In it he creates an environment of trust, integrity and community, where participants can become skilled in relationships, communication and managing difficult conversations. The ultimate learning is to Slay your dragons with compassion.

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Men's Event

This event is exclusive for Men.
Timetable: 
7pm
Group starts
9pm
Group ends
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