What is a men’s circle
During the current restrictions many groups are meeting via Zoom or other online tools
Also sometimes known as a men’s group, men’s circles provide an opportunity for men to discuss the many things that they may find little chance to discuss with their families, work mates or at the pub. A men’s circle aims to create an environment of trust and support in which men can share their stories, learn to identify and enunciate their feelings, take ownership of them and grow as men within our community and families. Meetings can be anything from very intense, to very social and many men find them an important contribution to their lives. Some groups are always open to newcomers, whereas others have open sessions, where new men may attend and potentially join. Regardless, they aim to be inviting and supportive for new and experienced men alike.
If you belong to a men’s group not listed here and would like the information to be on the website, please send request to email@example.com
A typical men’s group operating framework: https://kindredbrothers.wordpress.com/group/meeting-formatguidelines-principles/
Hobart Men’s Circle
CONNECT SUPPORT GROW
Where: New Town
Meet: 6:00pm – 8:00pm, every second Tuesday
For men with experience in men’s work who want to share at a deep level and
process their thoughts and feelings.
Currently at capacity
Contact: Paul Davis
0459 489 722
Dodges Ferry Men’s Circle
Where: Red Ochre Beach, Dodges Ferry
Meets: Currently on line – Zoom
New men are invited to attend one of our Open nights, which are periodically run throughout the year.
Contact: Alex 0466 993 486
Old Farm Road Group
Where: Hobart various homes
Meets: Currently closed due to Covid 19
New men can come along to test the waters for three evenings and we’ll see how it goes from there.
Contact: David 0412 767 546
Where: Bahai Centre, 1 Liverpool Street, Hobart
Meets: Alternate Tuesdays 10:00am – 12:00 noon
We welcome men of 50 years and above.
Contact: Alan 0411 038 717
SETAC – South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corp
Catchment area: Kingston to South Port
Currently no groups are meeting due to the Covid Virus
For community members that identify as being Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
For more information ring 03 6295 1125
North West Tasmania
The Castra Road Group is
currently not meeting
Where: Currently on Line
Group is at capacity
Leader / Contact
0429 961 125
Launceston Men’s Community
Where: Online – Zoom
Meets: Wednesdays 6.30pm – 8.30pm
New men always welcome.
0475 934 907
Meander River Online
Where: Online – Zoom
Wednesdays at 6.30pm
Starts with one or two rounds of check-ins and sharings then moves onto an exercise. Usually 7 or 8 people present, who are mostly experienced in men’s group work.
Contact: Paddy Murray. 0427 837 830