Today we welcome back Jason Frishman for Act 2 of our conversation, where we jump right into the idea of redefining the hero’s journey, emphasizing nurturing and everyday life experiences. Jason muses on the intricacies of fatherhood, supposing that men ought to reflect more, while advocating for the exploration of personal stories, overcoming obstacles, and connecting with family. Before wrapping up our conversation, Jason stresses the importance of creating spaces for men to express emotions, challenging typical notions of masculinity, which is the core of his work with fathers – fostering supportive environments and redefining fatherhood roles.
Dr. Jason S. Frishman, PsyD has been working for over 20 years to support individuals, groups, families, organizations and businesses. Jason is excited to bring over two decades of work in offices, institutions, kitchens, farmers’ markets, woodlots and boardrooms to wild new environments. Whether as a psychotherapist, the creator and founder of JourneyMen, public speaker, thought leader or narrative consultant, Jason believes that our lives are adventurous, and we can and should be an active, engaged author of our own adventure stories!