Men's Counseling and Therapy in Denver Life is short. Make it better. Helping men craft fulfilling and purposeful lives. LEARN MORE "There ought to be more to life than this." Have you ever thought this? You're not alone. Many men — even those who appear outwardly successful — feel unfulfilled, unsatisfied, or as though their lives don't have purpose or meaning. Others feel stuck — blocked from reaching their goals or prevented from being who they need to be. Manhood is harder than it looks. As boys we dreamed of being astronauts, sports stars, and superheroes. But most of us grow up to far more ordinary lives. We try to balance the competing demands of jobs, families, bills, etc., in a society that is increasingly competitive and isolating. On top of all that, the very definition of what it means to be a man has become more complicated and less certain. I can help you find satisfaction, meaning, and success. My passion, as a dedicated therapist for men in Denver, is enabling men to find fulfillment, get unstuck, and be successful. I know what it's like to be a man, struggling to meet the demands of modern life, all the while knowing that something is missing. Through my own journey, both in life and as a counselor and life coach, I have learned that there are principles and practices we can use to find these missing pieces and make our lives better. I would be honored to share them with you. LEARN MORE: COUNSELING | CAREER COACHING & LIFE COACHING Things to read that can help you now Ever feel like there is more than one person inside you? By G | March 2, 2018 What Actually Happens in Counseling? By G | June 22, 2017 Is it time to ditch our old ideas about willpower? By G | May 16, 2017 Beyond Mad, Sad, and Glad: Expand Your Emotional Vocabulary for a More Fulfilling Life By G | April 21, 2017 Is anxiety hurting you at work or in your relationships? By G | March 20, 2017 How can [those people] be so wrong? Understanding the psychology of our political divisions. By G | March 9, 2017 8 Fun Ways to Make New Friends in Denver By G | March 1, 2017 Dan Gilbert: You’re bad at predicting how you will feel in the future. By G | February 24, 2017 How Hidden Depression Could Be Hurting Your Career By G | February 16, 2017 How to Make Your Smartphone an Ally Instead of an Enemy By G | February 6, 2017 Lifecraft Counseling & Coaching is no longer in business or serving clients. This website is maintained for informative purposes only. If you are looking for a counselor, coach, or other mental wellness provider, consider using Psychology Today, Good Therapy, or other online directories. You may also wish to contact your insurance provider. Or, try one of these providers: Brian Hager 720-463-1423 Scott Sorensen 720-251-4879 Edward Chase 303-263-3305 If this is an emergency please call 911 or go to you nearest hospital emergency room. You can also call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-TALK(8255).