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Breakthrough Men’s Community Program Comes to Santa Cruz County

Longtime men’s education and support program helps men from all walks of life

Graduates of the Breakthrough Men’s Community program report a range of benefits, including improved relationships with their children.

In 1987, counselor and teacher of nonviolent communication Fred Jealous founded a men’s education and support program called Breakthrough Men’s Community with just himself and six others in the Monterey area.

Thirty years and 2,000 graduates later, the program continues to expand, and will soon be offered in Santa Cruz for the first time.

“Fred had a strong belief that the way men are raised in this culture is damaging,” says Breakthrough executive director Chris Fitz, who graduated the program five years ago. “We are brought up to believe that boys must sacrifice their humanity to be ‘real men,’ and that the only way to relate to other men is to compete with them. Because of the way we’re raised, there is a lot of distrust in other men.”

A major tenet of the program, says Fitz, is that men need the support of other men to heal and regain the humanity that has often been socialized out of them. Another emphasis of the program is that experiencing emotions is a good thing, and it seeks to emulsify the oil-and-water-like relationship between  vulnerability and traditional male culture.

“Most men coming to Breakthrough are facing a big life challenge, but many others aren’t in crisis and are just looking for deeper meanings, meaningful friendships, and a sense of community,” says Fitz, who emphasizes that Breakthrough isn’t geared just to men who may feel broken in some way. “At Breakthrough, we believe every man can benefit from the program.”

Fitz says program graduates include men from all walks of life—their backgrounds, educational and occupational pedigrees are as diverse as their various ethnicities, religions, and sexual orientations. He says the average attendee is between 40 and 45 years old, but adds that there have been graduates as young as 18, all the way up to men in their 70s.

Fitz says that participants of Breakthrough usually find it to be a very compelling, profound experience. He says that the most common feedback he hears from graduates is that Breakthrough “saved my life, saved my marriage, saved my relationship with my kids, or helped me through a painful divorce.”

A 2008 Blue Shield study on Breakthrough confirmed these sentiments, finding that the word “transformative” best described the Breakthrough experience, and that 91 percent of survey respondents used the words “enormous” or “considerable” to describe the impact that Breakthrough had on their lives.

But such transformation comes with a level of time commitment that sets Breakthrough apart from other programs of its kind. The program is 34 weeks long, which is broken up into two 17-week sessions. Each of these sessions has 14 evening classes, two all-day Saturday courses, and one weekend retreat. Most of the work is done in small groups, where participants learn to put the lessons into action.

“Practice makes perfect, and it takes time to rewire the neural pathways so we can live our lives differently,” says Fitz. He emphasizes the importance of taking one’s time and going slowly, providing men with the support to practice things like affirmations, identifying triggers with issues like anger addiction, and taking time and space to contemplate and reflect.  

Breakthrough is a nonprofit organization, and tuition is done on a sliding scale. “No willing participant has ever been turned away for financial reasons in 30 years,” Fitz says. About 40 percent of Monterey participants are referred by their therapists, with the other 60 percent being referred by word-of-mouth. Fitz adds that many of these referrals are given by women, who, he says, have a more instinctual understanding of the benefits a support community can provide. “Women get right away what we’re all about,” says Fitz. A similar program called Breakfree was subsequently created for women.

The course’s teachings come from a variety of approaches and disciplines. “We are not affiliated with any religion, but participants often say that the teachings fall in line with their own spiritual beliefs,” says Fitz. “We don’t see ourselves as doing therapy or counseling. Guys in the program learn how to listen and learn how to be listened to, sometimes for the first time in their lives, especially without anyone trying to fix you.”

“We hope to gain a big following in Santa Cruz, we want to prosper in other areas because profound change can happen in Breakthrough,” says Fitz. The Santa Cruz course will be held at the Monterey Coast Preparatory School in Scotts Valley and with an introductory night on May 11. The course begins on May 18. Visit breakthroughformen.org for more information.

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Andrew has been writing for most of his life and has been published in multiple forms. He has a B.S. in Psychology from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and an M.S. in Nutritional Science from California State University at Chico. His interests, journalistic and otherwise, are diverse. But like pretty much everyone else he loves music and sports as well as food, water, and shelter. His favorite animal is the Pacific green sea turtle and his favorite board game is Stratego. He is also prone to over-thinking and is glad that this paragraph will soon be over so that he can stop trying to describe himself within it.

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