A NEW mental health support group is being launched for men in Knutsford.

Stable Minds, a leading mental health counselling service, is offering a free weekly drop in service.

Tatton STAGS (supportive, therapy and growth sessions) will provide a safe and supportive environment for men to discuss their mental health issues.

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The new initiative starts on June 17 and will run every Monday for six weeks at Stable Minds HQ on Princess Street.

Patrick Breheny, a counsellor and director, who has extensive experience in mental health counselling, will lead the sessions.

Knutsford Guardian: Patrick Breheny, a lead counsellor and director at Stable MindsPatrick Breheny, a lead counsellor and director at Stable Minds (Image: Stable Minds)

He said: “Men often face unique challenges when it comes to discussing mental health.

“Tatton STAGS is designed to break down barriers and provide a space where men can feel comfortable and supported.

“Our goal is to promote mental wellness and personal growth through open conversation and peer support."

The sessions aim to offer men an opportunity to openly share their experiences and challenges in a confidential setting and provide mutual support.

Men of all backgrounds are encouraged to attend.

Whether dealing with anxiety, depression, stress, or simply looking for a supportive community, help is available.

Stable Minds is committed to improving mental health awareness and support within the community.

By launching Tatton STAGS during men's mental health month, they hope to highlight the importance of addressing issues facing men and providing accessible resources.

Stable Minds provides compassionate and effective support to individuals facing a range of mental health issues.

Through personalised therapy sessions and community support groups, the service strives to foster mental wellness and resilience.

For more information or to join Tatton STAGS, visit stable-minds.co.uk or email contact@stable-minds.co.uk.