I had two younger sisters and no brothers, but I did have my next-door neighbor who was two years older and his brother who was five years older than I was, plus a couple more guys my age on the same little cul-de-sac with 7 houses on it. Unfortunately, the one next-door neighbor was one of my abusers. I also had my cousins, three guys within three years of my age, but they were a rough and tumble bunch who liked to play hockey. The youngest one and I were like brothers growing-up, as I used to protect him from the older two. Yes, I wished that I had a brother too, though watching my nephews grow up, the older one beat-up on the younger one until the younger one got to be bigger and then...trouble!!! They are 16 and 20 now, and the 16 year-old outweighs the 20 year-old by 25 lbs and has him on reach too.
My one therapist who used to run trips to the mountains was Jeff Casebolt, and he used to have an office in Lakewood, CO in 1996. I looked recently on Google but didn't find him. He worked with another counselor and they used to run Summer weekend camping trips into the mountains with 6-8 clients at a time. Most of the guys then were between their late 20s and late 40s, at least on the one trip that I went on. In 1996 I was 39 when I saw him last.
It sounds like your last therapist didn't want you guys to meet privately because he was worried about losing business???
Glad that you are back and committed to your success.
"We stay here, we die here. We've got to keep moving". Trucker Mark