Constant communication is vital to young men as they move through big personal challenges and change. We stay in close touch with our clients, sharing progress, discussing changes, and fine-tuning every client’s plan of action.
Our all-male team of mentors, coaches, and counselors are experienced mental health professionals. We’ve studied and lived what our clients are going through. When you’ve been there and done that, you know how to inspire change.
Causeway provides additional supports to families as an integral part of the work we do with young men.
In serving the needs of young men, Causeway Collaborative has identified the essentiality of addressing issues within the family system. Working through conflict and eliminating the barriers impeding a young man’s development are essential to a improving the quality of the relationships within a family. In order for a young man to progress towards achieving his best self, the full participation of a client, as well as his family is required, particularly in cases wherein an emerging adult male is residing at home. Engaging in a therapeutic approach incorporating both the parents and the identified young man can be the most effective means of ensuring the growth, development, and the successful achievement of young man’s goals.
“Of all the counseling I have received, Causeway has been the most professional. I found the professionalism to be very encouraging.”
“We had such a positive experience with CC. Every step of our son’s process of evolving was communicated well to us and let us be a part of the process without taking away from him feeling completely independent of our involvement. He is more confident, focussed and engaged from his time working with David and Paul. The relationships that we all formed because of their work together has brought us all to a greater level of understanding and communicating with our son. Priceless.”
“We’ll be forever grateful for the tools CC provided both of our children with when they needed them most. They are both stronger and better prepared for potential challenges they may encounter in adulthood.”