Emotional Support

“After surviving a cruel and abusive father and two failed marriages with abusive husbands, Ian is the first man in my life to treat me with dignity and respect”...Diane, 59.

Sometimes being a male therapist is appreciated by both male and female clients. Emotional support can mean anything from anger management, grief and loss or coping with stress. It may also include anxiety, depression, being abused or bullied or an emotional crisis in one form or another.

“When I started thinking I wanted to kill myself I knew I needed help. Thankfully I found Ian on the internet. I am now living life better and no longer have those feelings that at the time were so overwhelming” …...Matthew, 24.

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