Counseling for High-Achieving Men

Are you a high-achiever? You want to take action with the goal of turning your vision into a reality. You run on motivation and willpower to achieve a goal, even if that goal is placed on you by someone else. You hold yourself and others to high standards and struggle to accept any shortcomings. With enough effort, you can accomplish your goals regardless of the sacrifices. Another marker of high-achievers is grit. With grit, you have the perseverance to focus on long-term goals. Through therapy, you can remove your personal barriers and reduce your rate of burnout.

Struggles of High-Achievers

Counseling for high-achieving men helps with stress, anxiety, depression, and feeling overwhelmed. Many high-achievers do not acknowledge the signs and symptoms of stress, anxiety, and depression until life feels overwhelming. You feel anxious before presentations or meetings at work. You often work long hours and have little to no time for family and friends. You fear being a failure and losing everything or you fear having more success and question your ability to manage it all. You compare yourself to others while questioning your decisions and are left feeling overwhelmed. Your identity is connected to your results and without results, you feel a lack of value and impact.

Benefits of Counseling….

  • Improve your self-discipline
  • Discover your strengths for success
  • Increase your self-confidence
  • Increase your focus to accelerate your results
  • Learn coping strategies to deal with difficult thoughts and emotions

Four-Step Solution Process

Step 1: Understand your pain points. The first four sessions must be consecutive in order to fully understand your pain points. This will give you time to fully express your concerns and allow time to build rapport.

Step 2: Identify which skills and techniques you need to develop in order to move forward.

Step 3: Taking action using the skills and techniques you have developed in order to move past your pain points.

Step 4: This final step occurs when you have moved past your pain points and are now looking forward to life. This is when planning and maintenance begin. In order to continue the forward movement, specific and detailed plans regarding effective use of the skills you have built will need to be laid out to encourage you to be self-sufficient.

How long will these 4 steps take? On average, clients go through this process in 3 to 6 months. Everyone is different so there is always room for more or less time as needed by each individual.

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