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The Mens’ List Therapist Directory is an online listing of counsellors, therapists, coaches, social workers and mental health professionals located throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The Mens’ List is also a resource of mental health information, counselling and therapy articles and interviews, and infographics.

Professional members who list their services on The Mens’ List provide expert, gender competent services and mental health support to men. The Mens’ List is expanding and not at all complete or final, and is designed to provide you with the best place to begin if you are looking for counselling or therapy support in your area, or for information and a better understanding of a specific mental health issue. Please note that having a listing in this counselling directory does not imply that the provider is, in any way, endorsed by The Mens’ List. And while The Mens’ List does verify that all our counsellors, therapists, and coaches are credentialed, we highly recommend that you visit their websites and to check with the mental health professional licensing bodies in your state or province, or region to make sure that the provider is licensed, in good standing, and eligible to practice in your state, province or region.”

“Our Response To COVID-19 - Increasing Accessibility For You”

“These are certainly uncertain and fluid times which we know many of you are feeling personally. Given the health protocols, shutdowns and social distancing in our respective countries there is a growing surge of people who want to start and need to continue treatment and support and are now no longer able to meet in person with their practitioner, counselor, therapist or coach.

We are working hard to be a bridge at this time for practitioners and clients.

* Effective immediately, we are waiving the fee for practitioner directory listings.

* We encourage mental health professionals to engage in and conduct their support services via secure, online video and tele platforms.

* Any of our members who are offering free, or reduced fee sessions, information, methods or instruction, or special offerings to clients will be featured and promoted on our Homepage.

Please be sure to confirm if a mental health professional you wish to contact is licensed to practice in your area as professional regulatory organizations have geographic restrictions on where professionals can conduct their services.

Please be safe and stay connected.

Dale Curd, Founder, The Men’s List”

 

Recent Articles

THE MEN’S LIST Feature – Matthew Good

By Nick Krewen

Since being diagnosed with a bipolar disorder in 2007, Burnaby B.C., born singer and songwriter Matthew Good has been very vocally active about the state of mental health in Canada, although it can be applied to the bigger global picture.

Life Goals: How to Effectively Plan For Anything

Planning is one of the best tools available to help you achieve your life goals. Any man who wants to create an effective plan for the upcoming year needs to invest some time in mapping out goals and strategizing how to reach those goals.

But the thought of sitting down with a blank sheet of paper and hundreds of thoughts bouncing around in your head can feel overwhelming. For many men, it’s tough to plan out the upcoming day or week, let alone an entire year. And goals for a lifetime? Forget it.

Top 5 Books To Help Men Set & Achieve Real Goals

Not sure where to start when it comes to visualizing, setting and creating a path towards achieving your goals? January has come and gone and perhaps your life is still needing that superbooster of How-To and motivation to really lift off. Here at The Men’s List we’ve compiled what we think are the top books to read and have in your library to shift out of stuckness and into perpetual motion. In fact, we suggest going one step further – buy a copy for each of your friends and make goal-achieving your crew’s mantra.

Book Living Lightly | Dale Curd and Kim Curd

Supporting and engaging men in their mental health and wellness!

The Men’s List focuses on supporting and engaging men in their mental health and wellness. Our site strives to provide men who are looking for therapy support and guidance a link to the professionals who offer gender competent counselling services for men.

Often the stigma surrounding mental health issues and therapy prevent men from taking the step of seeking help. The Mens’ List is designed as a forum and a community presenting therapy for men in a way that is more accessible, relatable, and relevant.

Our aim is simple: to be the online resource men come to when they need support with their mental health and wellness.

The truth is there are many men who take that first courageous step to look for help, even going online and searching for therapy for guys only to find that locating the right professional to help them is a difficult and frustrating process. So they quit and go back to what they know best – coping in harmful ways, or staying quiet and suffering in silence.

The Mens’ List is about ending that silence and suffering and making mental health support available and accessible to every man regardless of his age or location.

When it comes to our health and more specifically our mental health, we men struggle to help ourselves. Our psychological and emotional landscapes are rarely places we set foot on, let alone question. “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”, is the phrase about our mental health I’ve heard most often in the therapy groups for men I have facilitated over the last thirteen years. This approach of ‘fixing’ ourselves only when we notice a problem is a type of reactive thinking. Truth be told, by the time we realize there is a problem and we actually admit it to ourselves and others – it’s likely too late for a band-aid or quick fix – which is what many men seek. Rapid relief is something men tend to seek when it comes to mental or emotional pain – “Fix me up and let me get back at it,” is a phrase I hear men say since, as men, we under appreciate the complexity and impact of our mental and emotional health.

If you are a man looking for therapy or a therapist and you’re not sure how to find that help or what to ask for, or what type of treatments are available to you in your area – The Men’s List is the place to begin. Our directory helps any man find a psychologist, psychiatrist, counsellor, coach, psychotherapist, NLP practitioner, social worker or hypnotherapist. Our mental health directory is always growing as new therapists from Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom join every day.

Is it tough to find a therapist or help in your local area? No problem, The Men’s List features mental health professionals who also offer online therapy for men via video-based therapy sessions. This is a great way for men in rural areas to still experience the same top notch therapy and support as men in urban centres like New York, Boston, Austin, or Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver, London or Manchester.

We make it our mission to make it simple and easy for any man to find the therapy help or treatment they need. Are you searching for information on a specific topic or are you trying to find a psychologist who offers a specific type of treatment? Perfect. The Men’s List features a section where you can click on the predominant psychological issues affecting men and find articles, and listings for every therapist in our directory who offers help for that topic including Alcohol and Addiction, Anxiety, Anger Management and Depression, Grief and Loss to Relationship and Marriage counselling, PTSD, Sex & Sexuality, Sleep Issues and Life Goals.

You see, we want to make it simple and easy for guys to find a therapist because we know what it’s like to be where you are. Our founder Dale Curd lived these experiences not only as a therapist but also, years ago, as a man desperately looking for help.

“My life turned around and I began to climb up and out of the dark hole I was in when a friend, who could see that I was suffering, offered me a way out. “I know a guy, who can help you,” he said. “He helped me and I have hope back in my life now – I’ll connect the two of you. Just make sure you call him.” And I made that call.”

The first step for a man looking for therapy is admitting to himself “I need help, I can’t figure this out on my own.”

The Men’s List is the second step a man takes to find that help.