How often have you worked late, despite plans you’d made for exercise, social time, or dinner plans? In our quest to safeguard our jobs, ensure our positions, or maintain our relationships, we often forego our own needs and desires. While these kinds of sacrifices are occasionally required, making a habit of it leads to emotional distress and dis-ease.
Therapy and other forms of self-work can help you to maintain emotional balance, manage stress, and improve time-management and tasking skills.
Achieve integration of mind, body and spirit
Learn how to balance all of your needs and desires
Discover ways to strike a balance between your needs and desires and the needs and desires that others may have
Identify stressors and remove or limit them when possible
Recognize the impacts that stress has on your body, mind, and function
Eliminate negative self-talk and beliefs that maintain stress
Create positive, healthy self-talk to reduce your experience of stress
Identify activities that lessen or resolve your stress
Learn and utilize stress management techniques and relaxation strategies
Time Management & Multi-tasking
Prioritize your daily activities
Schedule breaks for food, exercise, and social interaction
Schedule activities that may otherwise distract your from achieving your goals (email, phone calls, text messages)