Work Place Stress

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Does any of this sound familiar?

You’re worried that you are going to lose your job.

You are technically excellent in your job, but you lack “people skills.”

You got fired.  You are in shock.  You don’t know what to do.

You’ve lost your job, feel like a failure, and your spouse doesn’t get it.

If you hear “You’re lucky to have a job in this economy” one more time, you’re going to lose it! You don’t you feel lucky.  You are on the verge of quitting everyday. You are sick of your job and need help finding a way out.

You may be feeling depressed and overwhelmed.  You don’t even know where to start.  Talk to me.  Let’s create an action plan.  While we are at it, let me help you learn how to create a better work/life balance and define yourself by your passions and not what you do for a living.

Why choose me as a counselor?

Unlike most other therapists, I’ve actually worked in a business setting.  I’ve had bad (and great) bosses, coworkers and staff. I have life experience.  I get it.  When I tell you that you can find a job that is your passion, I know it is possible because I did.

If you’ve read the “About Me” section, you know that I went to Cornell University for Labor Relations.  Before finding my passion, I was in Human Resources. I’ve worked in many different sectors—government, private, and non-profit.  I know that each is its own animal with unique benefits and limitations.

I hired people; I fired people.  This helps you because I know what hiring managers are looking for in an interview.  If you are worried that you are about to be fired, I can help you  figure out if what you are worried about is realistic or just your anxiety talking.

Please note that I am not available to testify in legal matters.

Call me to schedule an appointment:  (626) 644-1609 or use my contact form.

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