Feeling alone when you'd rather feel close?
This Memorial Day weekend relationship seminar for single gay men could be the answer!
Saturday, May 23: 9:30 am - 5 pm
Sunday, May 24: noon - 5 pm
This workshop provides an in-depth look at the relationship concerns shared by many gay men. The information is sophisticated and scientific, yet it is presented in a light-hearted fashion making for a rewarding and enjoyable weekend.
The deeply insightful attention given to the private experience of being a gay man and to the sexual attraction are unique to this workshop.
The exciting information helps address important areas:
o Brain chemistry related to attraction
o Becoming attracted to more appropriate partners
o Eliminating wrong people faster
o Issues of equality – money, power, sex, connection
o Establishing or sustaining sexual interest over time
o Assess your availability for a relationship
o Define and attain your relationship dreams
o Identifying and overcoming what has kept you single
o Avoid repeating same mistakes
o Predict the outcome of a relationship
o The unique experience of being a gay man
o Cultivate factors beneficial to sustaining relationships
o Explore new places and ways for meeting more appropriate people
o Improve dating skills
Early Registration (before May 15): $175
Bring a Friend Early Registration (before May 15): $275
Regular Registration: $195
To Register, call 713-527-000, or click below...
Psychotherapist, Tony Carroll, LCSW, has Houston’s oldest GLBT focused psychotherapy practice. He is previous president of the Texas Clinical Society, board member of the National Federation of Clinical Social Work, founder of the Psychotherapy Resource Center, former member of the Clinical Advisory Board of Montrose Counseling Center, and holds membership in a number of professional organizations including the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists; the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality; founder and director of the Montrose GLBT Psychotherapy Study Group. He was recently awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award by the Houston Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers.
Tony and his husband, Dr. Bruce Smith, DDS, are honored being chosen “Gayest and Greatest” Therapist and Dentist by the readers of OutSmart Magazine each year since 2000. Bruce frequently participates in these weekends, and the other participants always say it is helpful to see a real couple at work together. The were deeply honored having March 1, 2015 declared "Tony Carroll and Bruce Smith Day" by the Mayor of the City of Houston in recognition of their contributions to Houston and for their leadership role in LGBT causes.