Put Psychology to Work, at Work

A Clinically-Informed Approach to Stress Management

Are you working long hours? Do you feel consumed by your job? 

You're not alone. Americans put in more work hours than nearly any other developed nation. According to the Center for American Progress, "Work-family conflict is much higher in the United States than elsewhere in the developed world."

As careers become more demanding, and boundaries between home and work dissolve, stress management is an increasingly important skill. Psychological resilience--the ability to endure and adapt to stress--is not just a luxury. It is crucial to your professional success.

We can help you develop strategies for managing stress, improving work-life boundaries, and stay resilient in the face of stress and uncertainty.

Take Hold of Your Career, Take Back Your Life

Are you uncertain about your career goals? Are you considering a change in direction?

We can help you gain clarity and put together a plan to:

  • Clarify career goals and values
  • Identify your strengths
  • Make career choices that fit in to your life as a whole

Performance Enhancement through Psychology

For many in today's economy, consistent high-level performance is a must. Increasing demands on your time lead to greater stress and increased anxiety, which can wreak havoc on your performance--not to mention, your quality of life.  

We can help you develop strategies to:

Be More Productive

  • Avoid burnout
  • Overcome public speaking fear
  • Stay organized
  • Manage your time better
  • Stop procrastinating
  • Stay on task
  • Let go of perfectionism
  • Maintain perspective
  • Be more creative
  • Clarify career goals and values

Foster Better Work Relationships

  • Act assertively
  • Maintain perspective
  • Have difficult conversations
  • Work with difficult personalities
  • Negotiate role transitions
  • Build resiliency
  • Communicate with colleagues