Self Development For Men

Workshops available for men to expand and grow as men.

There are many different workshops available for men to expand and grow as men. Here are a few examples:

Men’s circles: These are groups of men who come together to share stories, support each other, and learn about themselves and each other.

Men’s retreats: These are more intensive experiences that typically last for a weekend or longer. They often involve activities such as meditation, journaling, and group discussions.

Men’s workshops: These workshops cover a wide range of topics, such as communication, relationships, parenting, and career development.

Men’s therapy: Therapy can be a great way for men to address specific issues they are facing in their lives.

Men’s coaching: A coach can help men develop a plan to achieve their goals and live a more fulfilling life.
When choosing a workshop or therapist, it is important to find one that is a good fit for your needs and interests. You may want to talk to friends or family members who have attended workshops or seen therapists in the past for recommendations.

Here are a few specific workshops that you may find helpful:

The ManKind Project: This organization offers a variety of workshops for men, including the New Warrior Training Adventure, a four-day workshop that helps men to develop their inner strength and courage.

The New King program  This workshop offers skills training in communication, relationships, and fathering.

Wild at Heart: This organization offers workshops and retreats for men based on the book of the same name by John Eldredge. The workshops focus on helping men to rediscover their wild side and live a more authentic life.

Men Without Masks

Craig White is a rugby coach and men’s retreat leader. He is the founder of the King Warrior Magician Lover King men’s retreats, which are designed to help men connect with their inner strength and purpose.

White is also a qualified rugby coach, and he has coached teams at all levels, from youth to professional.

In addition to his rugby career, White is also a passionate advocate for men’s mental health. He believes that men need to be able to talk openly about their feelings and struggles, and he provides a safe and supportive space for men to do this at his retreats.

White’s retreats are based on the principles of Jungian psychology, and they focus on helping men to develop their four archetypes: the warrior, the magician, the lover, and the king.

The warrior archetype is associated with strength, courage, and discipline. The magician archetype is associated with creativity, intuition, and the power of transformation. The lover archetype is associated with compassion, empathy, and connection. The king archetype is associated with leadership, wisdom, and the ability to serve others.

White’s retreats help men to develop each of these archetypes, and to integrate them into their lives. This can help men to live more fulfilling and meaningful lives.

White’s retreats have been praised by men from all walks of life. They have helped men to improve their relationships, their careers, and their overall well-being.