Men’s Group

The value of belonging to an ongoing men’s group lies in having a  forum where you can raise issues, concerns, setbacks and triumphs in a supportive environment.

In a led group, you have the opportunity to experiment safely with being around other men in an emotionally honest way. It’s a chance to look, in detail, at which kinds of behaviour and interaction enhance your experience of being OK – and which weaken or damage your sense of self.

As the men in the group get to know each other , trust grows – enabling members to reveal more of themselves, challenge each other in a constructive way and learn how to help each other work through interpersonal and life difficulties, over an extended period.

Membership is strictly limited to 8 participants, please contact me if you are interested so we can meet to assess whether joining would be appropriate for you.

Dates in 2019/2020

2019

Cost for the “term” £ 190 if paid in advance

Autumn “Term”

Saturday September 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Then on the following Wednesday evenings 6.30 to 9 p.m.

September 25th

October 23rd

November 6th

November 27th

Cost for the Saturday £ 80

Cost per evening £ 33

Cost for the “term” £ 190 if paid in advance

2020

Spring “Term”

Saturday January 18th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Then on the following Wednesday evenings 6.30 to 9 p.m.

January 22nd

February 12th

March 4th

March 25th

Cost for the Saturday £ 82

Cost per evening £ 34

Cost per term £ 196 if paid in advance

Summer “Term”

Saturday May 16th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Then on the following Wednesday evenings 6.30 to 9 p.m.

May 6th

May 20th

June 17th

July 8th

July 22nd

Cost for the Saturday £ 82

Cost per evening £ 34

£ 225 if paid in advance

The groups take place at 86 Colston Street, BS1 5BB, up at the top of Colston Street from Colston Hall, just before the traffic lights.  It’s a light-blue painted building on the right, incorporating and above Bristol Bike Workshop.  When you arrive, simply come through the front door to the right of the Bike Workshop (no. 86) and press the intercom button marked MacArthur-Kline & Witt on the pad to the left of the inner front door, I will buzz you in. If there is a problem I’ll have my mobile with me. For those of you coming by car, the best place to park is the Trenchard Street Car Park, entrance via Lodge Street, off Park Row, then a short walk to 86 Colston Street.