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PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT FOR MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

sexual dysfunction   depression   anxiety   trauma   disconnection

AREAS OF TREATMENT

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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Erectile dysfunction, known as Erectile Disorder, is characterized by the recurrent inability to achieve or maintain an erection during partnered sexual activity.

PREMATURE EJACULATION

Premature ejaculation describes a consistent pattern of ejaculation within the first moments of penetrative intercourse or at least before the individual wishes.

LOW LIBIDO

Low libido, or Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, is defined as persistent or recurrently deficient sexual or erotic thoughts, fantasies, and desire for sexual activity.

PORNOGRAPHY ADDICTION

Although not a diagnostic classification itself, the problematic use of online pornography includes difficulties with loss of control, impaired relationships and subjective distress.

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DEPRESSION

Feelings of low mood, inability to enjoy activities and difficulty finding motivation are potential signs of depression.

ANXIETY

Restlessness, irritabilty, impaired concentration and sleep difficulties may be related to an anxiety disorder

TRAUMA

Negative life events can leave an imprint on our psychological selves over many years. Trauma can affect arousal, cognition and personality.

MEANINGLESSNESS

Dissatisfaction, boredom and a sense of pointlessness can be significant barriers to setting and achieving meaningful goals in life.

ABOUT MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH

30% of men over 30 years old, 40% of men over 40 and 50% of men over 50 experience erectile dysfunction.


One million Canadian men suffer from major depression every year 

Gay men have a higher rate of depression, anxiety, suicidality, self-harm, and substance abuse in comparison to their heterosexual counterparts

Societal expectations and traditional gender roles play a role in why men are less likely to discuss or seek help for their mental health problems.

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CONTACT

To book a confidential assessment session, in person in our Guelph, ON office or via videoconference anywhere in Ontario, click the link in the APPOINTMENTS section to reach our secure client portal. 

For any other question or concern, you can call, email or send a secure and confidential message in the form below.


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212 Speedvale Ave W
Rear Entrance, Suite C
Guelph, ON
N1H 1C4

226-241-8360

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