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When is Your Masculinity in Danger? | E18

Updated: Aug 24, 2023



Every 2nd Wednesday of the month, 3 Coaches 1 Topic will focus on Men’s Well-being. This week I will be joined by the Founder of Coaching Minds and Mental Health Advocate & Coach, Paul Smith and the Founder of Studio G & (Trainee Coach), Robert Gualtieri Both Paul and Robert are passionate about supporting men with their well-being and have first-hand experience in overcoming extreme challenges. In this episode, we will learn more about their backgrounds, what brought them to coaching as a profession and why they are so dedicated to helping other men struggling with their mental health and well-being.


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Host: Donna Burfield


Donna is a licensed and accredited coach and the founder of Joy and Purpose Coaching, Parents Standing Tall Community and CSC International Community. With 26 years of teaching experience and being a single mother to her daughter and twin sons, Donna is passionate about supporting working parents to prioritize their family's well-being, strengthen their parenting skills, and set boundaries using easy and effective tools. Donna also supports a coaching community to collaborate, inspire, and develop professionally. She connects coaches with experts to build ethical and professional coaching businesses, including legal, business licenses, insurance, and website building.


Guests:


Paul Smith is the Managing Director of Coaching Minds which offers an online Learning Platform and is an Accredited Senior Practitioner with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). He has over 5 years of experience in contract management and a Master's Degree in Law. After his father was diagnosed with schizophrenia during his childhood and after overcoming his own depression, Paul became a passionate Mental Health Advocate, training people and organisations on Mental Health Awareness.


Robert Gualtieri is an advocate for the right of inclusion for everyone, regardless of race, religion, colour or sexual orientation and in extending empathy and compassion to all. He is also passionate about understanding ones underlying, and subconscious beliefs and how they've been formed from childhood. These sensitivities, combined with his own mental health struggles with anxiety, have created an awareness of how widespread men's mental health struggles are, and the silent struggles of so many. Men's mental health issues, especially in young men, are much more prevalent than most people are aware of and he feels strongly that there is a need to address this issue individually, collectively, and through governments, healthcare providers, and private institutions.


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