In the face of personal struggles and a longing for connection, a group of individuals came together to create His Space Support Circle. Fueled by empathy and a shared vision, they forged a safe haven where men could freely express their emotions, find solace, and support one another. Through open dialogue and genuine connections, His Space was born, nurturing resilience and fostering a community where vulnerability is celebrated and healing thrives.
We, at EmptyCare value the importance of mental health and wanted to build solutions to alleviate the bottlenecks of mental health space.
We have mental health professionals who are trained to provide counselling, treatment. and rehabilitation. As the facilitator is a qualified Counselling Psychologist, he can offer professional help to any participant. If the concern falls out of the purview of the current facilitator, he can refer the participant to another mental health professional from EmptyCare platform who could be more suitable for them.
EmptyCare has a growing network of psychologists, counsellors, social workers, life coaches, marriage counsellors, etc. Our therapists will offer a safe space to the participant allowing them to speak their truth, counsel and help them reflect. We have Therapists of varied experience, diversity, and specialisation.
EmptyCare is not equipped to handle emergency situations. However, we have reliable references to provide.
His Space supports all and every kind of conversation, however, if the facilitator senses a deeper need of intervention they would intervene and attempt to diffuse the situation as psychological first aid if the nature of the situation is at high risk level EmptyCare is not equipped to handle emergency situations.
However, we have reliable references to provide.
This is a mutual self-help group, not a therapy group. Hopefully, this group will provide emotional, psychological, and moral support for its members. Each of us is encouraged to participate to whatever extent we feel comfortable. The following ground rules facilitate the development of trust in the group and enable us to share our thoughts and feelings with each other.
Expectations around confidentiality: “what you say in the room, stays in the room”; anything said or noticed in the room will not be repeated or discussed at another time or place
We try to accept people, just as they are, and we avoid making judgments. This support circle is a safe, non-judgmental and meaningful space for women to speak about their concerns
We are here to share our own feelings and experiences; we try not to give advice
The topics for the next week would be shared in the previous session, accordingly you can prepare for it
We try to give everyone an opportunity to share. Each woman will be given the platform to share their concerns
We each share the responsibility for making this group work
Openness and respect: group members are expected to listen to each other without interrupting, take turns speaking, and speak without judgment or giving advice; by the same token, choosing not to speak is also respected
Language: group members are expected to avoid language that would offend
Promptness: meetings will begin and end on time
The group would encourage to show respect and support to all the members
We give supportive attention to the person who is speaking and avoid side conversations. We avoid interrupting. If we do break in, we return the conversation to the person who was speaking
We have the right to ask questions and the right to refuse to answer
We do not discuss group members who are not present
Note: Even though our goal is to support each person, this group may not meet your needs. Before deciding this group is not for you, however, we hope you will attend at least two meetings.
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