What is MensTime?
MensTime is a program designed to assist, empower and educate men on a variety of issues, and develop their own self reliance.
The service offers professional counselling that is private and confidential. All counsellors have tertiary qualifications in psychology, social work or counselling and group facilitation. Counsellors can assist clients to work through multiple issues by providing advice, strategies, referral and relevant information.
The Service also runs seminars and group programs that cover a broad range of topics, including:
Anglicare WA hopes to provide men with reliable support in an environment where they are comfortable.
Who is MensTime for?
MensTime has been developed by men for men.
How can MensTime be accessed?
MensTime can be accessed through referrals, our website of by phoning our East Perth office on 9263 2143 or Joondalup on 9301 8500.
Where are MensTime services located?
Group courses and seminars operate from a variety of locations, including Anglicare WA’s Perth based offices and out in the community.
MensTime is funded by the Department of Social Services.
Menstime Fact Sheet
Changing Tracks Fact Sheet
How to deal with Domestic Violence
Real Men and Real Relationships
East Perth: Saturday 14 March
Cost: $66.00 or $33.00 concession (GST Incl.)
Light refreshments provided.
Jealousy, resentment, disappointment, hurt. Are you experiencing these in your relationships? Want to find out how real men feel good about themselves and have fulfilling relationships? The Real Men and Real Relationships workshop will assist you in just one day to better understand yourself, your partner and develop strategies and skills to transform your life.
Fathering After Separation
Two hour seminar
East Perth: Wednesday
Cost: $30.00 or $11.00 concession (GST Incl.)
Light refreshments provided
This seminar explores how to develop and maintain the bond between father and child following separation.
For enquiries and bookings to a workshop:
Phone: 9263 2121
Changing Tracks encourages men to manage their anger and learn to communicate in a healthy, effective and safe manner.