Here at Daehnert Counseling LLP we offer a men’s therapy group four times per year. They last 10 weeks and are designed with one purpose in mind: To teach a man how to become whole emotionally, spiritually, and physically while not neglecting his family in the process. I believe more men than not are spiritually and emotionally bankrupt, and they don’t even know it. Society has allowed the total emasculation of men, especially in our culture; as a result, men have forsaken who God designed them and gives them permission to be: real men who need to have other men to lean on and help spur one another on to greatness!
This group is not designed for the faint at heart. It’s real, raw, pushes our comfort zones to the limit, inspires, encourages, confronts B.S., and offers a genuine outlet for transformation to occur.
Who’s it for? Any man (20 plus) who desires to grow from being a coward to a gentle warrior regardless the current struggles he is having. All men struggle with lust on some level and many with a sexual addiction. So many of the men in this group are struggling with marriage issues as a result. Others have weight problems or struggle with escape through alcohol. Regardless, YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
Who’s it not for? Any man who is not teachable or does not desire to be pushed or a man who wants to hide behind scriptures so he’s not confronted with Truth--this is NOT A BIBLE STUDY! To sum up, it’s not for a man who wants to remain a coward.
To learn more about and to see if you might qualify to be apart of this group, let us know. Not any man can participate as he must meet the qualifications.
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“ What really is in the heart of men has been badly missed. When all is said and done, I think most men in the church believe God put them on earth to be a good boy”--John Eldredge, Wild at Heart
Offering Individual, Couples, Marriage, and Family Counseling in Dallas/Collin County, TX (Allen, Lucas, Fairview, Wylie, Frisco, McKinney, Plano, and Richardson).