Counseling That Gets Results
Quality In-Person and Online Therapy For Men. Serving West Central North Carolina.
- Men’s Mental Health
- Individual Relationship Therapy
- Law Enforcement / First Responders
- Therapy For Therapists
- Compassion Fatigue
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Work-Related Burnout
- Work/Life Balance
- Gay, Bisexual Issues
- Anger Management
My name is Randy. I help Men get unstuck.
I’m a licensed mental health and addictions counselor and life coach in the great state of North Carolina. I provide high quality in-person and online therapy for men (and women, too!)
Feeling stuck, burnt-out, and unmotivated? You are not alone. Lots of folks are struggling out there. Men in particular.
I get it. It’s not easy out there. That’s all the more reason to talk to someone.
As a therapist, I specialize in men’s issues and men’s mental health because I understand the unique challenges men face. And one of the big ones is their reluctance to ask for help.
Don’t let misconceptions or fears about therapy keep you from finding peace. If you’re ready to feel better and not be stuck anymore, it’s time to try therapy.
You deserve better. Don’t wait any longer to invest in yourself and your well-being. Book an appointment with me today and take the first step towards getting UNSTUCK!
How Therapy With Me Benefits You
With me, you’ll get the perfect balance of support, validation, action, and accountability. Together, we’ll do the heavy lifting to help you overcome challenges and achieve your goals. Men who do the work tend to:
- Have more satisfying romantic relationships
- Suffer less from anxiety and depressed mood
- Find more satisfaction in their work
- Make exercise and personal development part of their self-care routine
- Prioritize sleep and healthy eating
- Drink and use less, while having more fun.
“You are not weak for struggling. You are strong for seeking help.“– LeBron James
5 Reasons Why Men Need Therapy
Stigma and Societal Pressure
Unfortunately, society often places expectations on men to be “tough” and to not show vulnerability or emotion. This stigma can lead to men feeling ashamed or embarrassed to seek help when they are struggling with their mental health. I provide high quality in-person and online therapy for men so they can have a space to be themselves without fear of judgment.
Trauma and Stress
Men may experience traumatic events such as combat, accidents, or violence, which can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other mental health issues. Men may also experience high levels of stress due to work or other life pressures.
Depression and Anxiety
Men are just as likely to experience depression and anxiety as women, but they may be less likely to seek help for these conditions. Untreated depression and anxiety can have serious consequences for a person’s mental and physical health.
Men are more likely than women to struggle with substance abuse issues, and this can have a negative impact on their mental health. Substance abuse can lead to depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues.
Men may struggle with relationship problems, both romantic and familial, which can lead to feelings of isolation, loneliness, and depression. Therapy can help men learn effective communication skills and coping strategies to improve their relationships and overall mental health.
My Ideal Client
Curious if we’d be a good fit?
“Fit” is 80% of therapy. You’d be surprised what you can accomplish when you and your therapist share the same vibe.
Tell me if this sounds like you:
You are intelligent, driven, and insightful. You take responsibility for your actions and strive to be the best possible version of yourself. You understand though that sometimes you need support and validation, and you’re not afraid to seek it.
You are honest, open-minded, and willing. You are committed to the process and ready to do the work. You are not quite sure what to expect, but you are willing to do what it takes to find out!
It’s Time To Get Unstuck
Let’s see if we’re a good fit.
Book a FREE 15-minute phone consultation.
There’s no pressure.
Services I Provide
In counseling, you can talk to a trained professional about your problems or situations in private. Most people who go to therapy find it helpful.
Therapy For Men
Men are logical and action-oriented. But they struggle with sharing their feelings. A therapist who specializes in men’s issues can help.
Therapy For Therapists
Who watches the watchers? Clinicians are exposed to long hours and high stress. They need help, just like anyone else.
Clients seek help for many reasons, not just for mental illness. Coaching is helpful for clients who seek personal or professional development, healthier relationships, and better physical wellness.
Critical Incident Response
Counselors respond to crises often after the fact, to provide support, education, and assessment to those affected. Examples include officer-involved shootings, work-related fatalities, and natural disasters.
Whether you are new to sobriety or looking to get more from recovery, individual addictions counseling can provide the support, direction, and accountability you need to both set and achieve your goals.