Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.
— Aristotle

You are reading this because you are wanting to resolve something. We imagine there is a relationship(s) that isn’t where you would like it to be. The relationship could be with your family, circle of friends, or with God. Perhaps the one in most need is with yourself. Relationships are important to us, which is why we do the work we do. Whatever the relationship, these connections impact your life daily. These people can serve as the source of our highest highs as well as our lowest lows. They can be our supportive allies or our worst enemies, depending on the day.

Facing and overcoming barriers that face us as men can be no easy task. Our first focus is to create a safe and comfortable place for you to be open and honest. This is critical to cultivating hope and reaching your goals. There are enough people judging us in everyday life as men, how about having one place where that is not the case? We actively listen to where you are at. We work to understand what you want to achieve. Then we work diligently alongside you to make that a reality. We believe in each person taking personal responsibility. Establishing individual accountability for our part in reaching the desired outcome.

Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.
— Andrew Carnegie

Our Mission

We seek to help men reach their full potential by openly identifying and exploring challenges, and building new pathways to healthy self-image and relationships. Our belief is that reaching for full potential allows for finding and growing inner peace and living life abundantly.

HOW WE GET THERE

  • Focus on a personal connection grounded in mutual respect.

  • Listening.

  • Sharing insights and observations through open and honest dialogue. 

  • No judgement.

  • Using evidenced based approaches.

  • Gaining relevant context to understand all the factors at play.

  • Exploring all possible options.

  • Taking responsibility.

  • Establishing healthy accountability.

  • Encouraging and facilitating growth and healing.