We spend 40 hours or more at work a week in the United States. Most of our life is spent at the workplace; therefore work related stress can affect various areas of our lives: marriage and family, sexual performance and balance of life in general.
Workplace problems can cause distress, stress and challenges in our lives and further create conflicts with co-workers, colleagues and family. The demands in the workplace can cause people to be discouraged and frustrated with life and prevent us from performing to our best abilities which will subsequently impact our self-esteem and self-worth.
In the United States of America:
In the workplace, almost half (40%) of workers report that their job is stressful and a third of workers claim that they are burned out and stressed by their work1.
More than a third (34%) of workers have reported that the stress at work has caused challenges with sleeping1.
Less than half (20%) of workers experience fatigue from work1.
- The American Institute of Stress. (n.d.). Workplace Stress. Retrieved from http://www.stress.org/workplace-stress/
Our compassionate counselors who are also workers understand this work related stress.
Most people work in order to provide for themselves and their families, others search for meaning and significance through work. Work therefore contributes to the sense of fulfillment and purpose in life. Workplace distress can cause diverse psycho emotional and physical ailment for people; among them are depression, anxiety, panic attacks and phobias.
If you are experiencing workplace problems, our caring counselors and coaches can help you. We will work with you to identify the underlying factors influencing your productivity at work. We will equip you with cutting edge strategies that can help you succeed at work and feel like a champion.
Please call us to schedule an appointment today at 732-770-4331