Benjamin Seaman is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City with specialties in working with men and with same-sex and mixed-sex couples. Ben has a long history of facilitating men’s work at The Rowe Center, Easton Mountain, and other places where gay men gather. He is a co-founder of the New York Center for Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), is a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist, and supervises other EFT therapists. He is also an adjunct lecturer at New York University, teaching Social Work Practice and Diversity and recently created a group practice called Relational Minds that focuses on teaching and practicing relational and emotion-focused therapy.
The Wonderful Gay Men’s Retreat for Love, Introspection, and Courage
Date(s) - February 2, 2018 - February 4, 2018
Gay, bisexual, and questioning men! Mark your calendar for a restorative winter gathering that will delight and surprise you!
Winter is a time for looking within. Make this your season to harness the power of brotherhood as you discover and bring forward a deeper self. Ben, a seasoned men’s-work facilitator, brings his creativity, community building skills, and experience with group process to create a weekend with a happy mix of caring and kindness, fun and renewal, sharing and self-nurturing, love and laughter, creative exercises and conversations (and a few surprises, too!). He was a long-time facilitator of Rowe’s renowned Labor Day Retreat for Gay, Bisexual, and Questioning Men, now in its 32nd year. If you’ve been to our Labor Day Retreats, then you know the sanctuary of comfort and community that can be experienced here, and if you’re a newbie, don’t be shy — this is your opening to a new experience of yourself and a chance to forge a deeper connection to the gay community and to make lifelong friends.