Feelings effect men and women equally. Simply, we are taught, and perhaps to some extent wired to manage and to express them differently. To stereotype, women "fall apart" or "get hysterical", men get violent, sullen and withdrawn (depressed)...or heart attacks.
Whether it is to identify, cope with, or to find appropriate ways of expressing emotions, therapy can help both genders to live emotionally, physically, and relationally sustainable and satisfying lives.
Being aware of and taking responsibility for emotions is key to good communication, and communicating effectively is powerful, often considered attractive, and it facilitates what most men as well as women say they want in their relationships.
For the record, the focus of my work with clients is behavior, of which thoughts and feelings are a consequence. More about this under “How I work”.