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Weekly Online Men’s Group: EQ/IQ


Do you:-

  • Hold back from expressing your feelings or needs?
  • Avoid showing vulnerability?
  • Associate emotions with weakness?
  • Sometimes act out your emotions in addictive ways?
  • Feel like a failure or inadequate in your relationships?
  • Experience a general sense of loneliness or isolation?
  • Struggle with commitment?
  • Your relational conflicts go unresolved?

Most men would rather pluck out their own eyebrows rather than join a men’s group.  It seems to conjure up images of men sitting in a circle in the middle of a forest, holding hands and chanting.  As men, we often focus on our cognitive intelligence (IQ) and de-prioritise our emotional intelligence (EQ).  This group aims to bring the two together.

Men often crave the emotional tools to create and enjoy more meaningful relationships. Given a safe and appropriate environment, men often welcome the opportunity to explore issues in relation to anger, conflict, aggression and healthy sex.   At the end of the day, we all want and deserve to live meaningful lives.

The weekly EQ/IQ men’s group provides a fun, safe and challenging opportunity to explore who you are and how others see you. The group is facilitated by Gavin Sharpe thereby providing focus, safety and structure. Sessions typically begin with a short check-in, followed by a discussion topic.  The group is interactive with all members encouraged to participate and share but there is no pressure to bare your soul.


This is a closed group.  To protect the safety and integrity of the group, a 6-week attendance commitment is required.  After that, members may leave the group or others may be invited to join. If you are interested in joining, Gavin offers a free consultation to discuss if this particular group is suitable.  The group is kept intentionally small to ensure that each participant has time to give and receive feedback and it also fosters a sense of safety.   Read more about joining a men’s group here.


Growing up, we are often taught explicitly or implicitly that boys don’t cry.  This short video Boys Don’t Cry may change your perception.


Fee €60 per person, per session.

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Maya Angelou

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Albert Einstein

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Joseph Campbell

"An unexamined life is not worth living."

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Carl Jung

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Carl Rogers

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