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Men’s Mental Health

Men’s Mental Health Issues  In our macho world, boys learn to control their feelings, to never cry, and that anger and violence is a problem-solving method.  As a result, boys and men pay a huge toll for maintaining an image of manhood that keeps them isolated from women, children and other men.   -Stop the […]

Counseling on Men’s Issues

Men’s Counseling and Mental Health Issues   Because men are more likely to die than women for all 15 leading causes of death, the average life expectancy for a male, at birth, is 74.6years, while for women it’s 79.6 years.   Because men do not seek out medical or mental health information and take less responsibility for their […]

Brainspotting: A New Model for Healing

BRAINSPOTTING is: -A Highly effective, Brain-Based therapy. -A Proceedure that engages the whole Mind-Body interrelationship. -A tool that allows for trauma work using the body’s natural internal support system known as resourcing. -A Process that supports deep healing and new understanding and growth.   What is  Brainspotting?: Resource BRAINSPOTTING utilizes the body’s capacity to engage […]

Sexual Disorders in Women and Men

Sexual disorders in Women: The most common sexual disorder in women is low sexual desire or hypoactive desire. Aversion to sex is also an issue for some women (often as a result of early sexual trauma) as well as inhibited orgasm. There are two sexual pain disorders that occur in women: Dyspareunia, or painful intercourse, […]

Erectile Dysfunction: Pharmacology vs. Mental Health

Erectile Dysfunction (Male Impotence): Pharmacology vs. Mental Health Moshe Rozdzial, PhD Urologists estimate that about 30 million American men suffer from some form of erectile dysfunction, and many clinicians believe that number is rising. Viagra, the pharmacological treatment for impotence, went on the market in April of 1998. Pfizer, Inc., its manufacturer, rates its success […]

Challenges of Coming-Out Gay or Lesbian Later in Life

Challenges of Coming-Out Gay or Lesbian  Later in Life Moshe Rozdzial, LPC   Are you attracted to the same gender as you, for as long as you can remember? Are you passing or pretending to be heterosexual to avoid rejection? Have you sought out sexual relationships with a same-sex partner? Are you drawn to books and […]

How to really change negative self-talk and negative thinking. Moshe Rozdzial, PhD

All of us are on a journey of self awareness. However, this journey towards identity and individuality is marked by early negative events, stored as verbal (mind) or non-verbal (body) memories. These memories, coded as negative beliefs about the self, conditioned the mind into powerful protective strategies and focus. Protective attention is installed as negative […]

Infidelity and Men: Why Men Cheat?

Infidelity by powerful men is not far from the headlines. Yet, regardless of age or race, both men and women cheat. The statistics of infidelity in monogamous relationships range widely from reports that about 28-60 percent of married men and 14-40 percent of married women being unfaithful. The higher rates or recent infidelity statistics probably […]