How can you move from coping to thriving in your life as a man?
Much is asked of men in their traditional roles as fathers and sons, partners and husbands, students and teachers, employees and employers. The men’s group is a professionally moderated and confidential forum for men. A forum is a safe place for exploring, learning and sharing the successful perspectives, skills, and strategies needed to address and manage the unique issues, problems, and triumphs in our community.
Start date: This is a six-session weekly program starting Monday, November 4th. 6:30-8:00 pm
The course addresses each topic experientially way, and includes mindful practices that you can take away and practice in your daily life
Session 1 (November 4th) Living consciously and on purpose as a man
Session 2 (November 11th) Communicating more deeply with other men
Session 3 (November 18th) Communicating more deeply with women
Session 4 (November 25th) The elements of real work-life balance for guys
Session 5: (December 2nd) Enjoying and thriving off emotional expression
Session 6 (December 9th) Turning our male taboos into strenghts
Venue: Tucker Health Novena Specialist Center, 8 Sinaran Drive, 04-07, Singapore 307470
Program Facilitator: Toby Ouvry Previously a Buddhist monk and meditation and mindfulness teacher and trainer with over 25 years’ experience in the field. He is a father, entrepreneur and business owner whose task it will be to lead participants in their quest to navigate their own man’s journey!
Program Coordinator: Kate Park Behavioural health counselor and group co-ordinator at Tucker Health.
The program fee: For all six sessions: SGD$720 (plus GST)
For four sessions: SGD$480 (Plus GST)
If you take the four session option, there is the option to top up to 5/6 sessions if you wish later in the program. Please make payment by 25 October as places are limited. There will be no refunds for cancellations or missed modules. There is a provision to make up one missed module, subject to space availability and coordinator approval, in the next group cycle.