Chuck Chapman is a No More Mr. Nice Guy Certified coach and host of the new upcoming podcast called “The Integrated Man: going from Nice Guy to a Good Man." He his a writer whose work has appeared in “The Good Man Project” and “Elephant Journal.” He is also Dr. Glover’s personal assistant.
Since 2011 Chuck has been helping guys overcome their Nice Guy Tendencies and step into the fullness of their masculine authority. He has helped hundreds of guys leave behind the needy “Nice Guy” and create dynamic lives that actually create an impact on their worlds and make a great living doing what they were designed to do.
Chuck spent over a decade as a psychotherapist in private practice before he decided to turn himself over completely to the world of Personal Coaching.
“Psychotherapy is a medical model that requires a mental health diagnosis. Most people don’t actually qualify as having a ‘mental illness’ yet we all have shit we need to work on. Psychotherapy looks backward trying to find intrapsychic wounds, then heal those wounds. Coaching, on the other hand, looks forward and empowers the individual to make changes from within. Psychotherapy is a great tool for people with mental illness and can be very useful. But many people just need help finding the traction they need to make significant changes in their lives. That’s what I love about Coaching!”
Chuck is a self-proclaimed “Warrior Poet” whose mission in life is to inspire men into their life’s battles, slay their internal dragons and live from their hearts.
Chuck is a husband, father, warrior, and pizzaaficionado.
Several years ago I was in a recovery group dealing with my demons. The group was taking a break for the summer, but I still wanted (and needed) on-going support. I did a quick web search and came across a guy who was starting a new men’s group in my area.
I called him up, and he told me the group would focus on the work of Dr. Robert Glover who had written a book called No More Mr. Nice Guy. I had never heard of the book or the author, but it sounded interesting.
I picked up a copy of the book…. needless to say, it changed my life.
As I read the book, my thought was, “This guy has been following me around all my life and has written a book about me!” The issues and problems Dr. Glover talked about were spot-on describing me. I quickly went to work, devouring the book, working on the exercises and dealing with my Nice Guy tendencies in personal therapy.
As I grew, I started to learn that I’m not alone in my journey. There are millions of men from around the world who struggle with the Nice Guy syndrome.
In my work as a therapist, I started to see this Nice Guy pattern emerge from the men I worked with every day.
That lead me to go deeper into my work and to go on a journey to become trained by Dr. Glover himself.
Dr. Glover personally taught and trained me as a Certified Nice Guy Coach. I saw great success in the men I worked with and wanted to do more.
Beyond that, I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and a Masters of Arts in Psychology.
My sole purpose and hopeful intentions are to contribute to the world of helping men shed their shame and step into the fullness to become integrated men, loving life and living with passion.
My sincerest gratitude to Dr. Glover for making this information available and allowing me to share it with others.
Here’s to your journey,