Therapy & Coaching for Career, Professional & Workplace Issues
When faced with challenging workplace or career issues, the process of therapy can help put things into perspective, by stepping away from your day-to-day reality and helping you come to terms with where you currently are and where you may want to be.
By exploring the nature of your work or career and how you approach it, therapy can help you understand the nature of any issues that you may be experiencing. With this understanding, you can develop coping mechanisms or seek to change your circumstances to minimise the risk of stressful situations arising.
Professional relationships can often be the cause of work related issues. Conflict, power struggles, bullying and harassment, and simple clashes of personality or of viewpoint, can all be a source of workplace stress.
In your professional or career life, do you experience one or more of the following and feel that it’s a concern for you?
- stress at work?
- getting bullied in the workplace?
- unhappiness and demotivation at work?
- recent or threatened redundancy?
- suffering discrimination or bias?
- wondering whether you are in the right job?
- losing your temper and managing your anger?
- feeling out of your depth, and suffering ‘Impostor Syndrome’?
- lacking confidence, and unable to be assertive?
- feeling you are stuck in a rut?
- a poor work-life balance?
Here’s How Therapy for Career & Workplace Issues Can Help You
Therapy can help you reconnect with what you once found enjoyable about work and figure out where your strengths really lie. It can help you take stock of your career and assist you to decide if you want to make changes and how you can bring these changes about.
There is a dilemma in most people’s lives between ‘What is right for me?’ and ‘How do I put bread and butter on the table?’ In career and workplace issues therapy with Marcus the goal is to have honest conversations that let you know where you stand.
The outcome may be an ability to say, quite simply:
‘This is what I can manage, I like this job, it’s good for me, and this is the number of days I would like to do and would be able to do.’
The philosophy of Therapy for Professional, Work & Career Issues is that it’s far better to accept yourself with all your limitations than to feel helpless or self-critical.
Therapy & Coaching for Professional, Career & Workplace Issues
Contact Marcus to arrange to work with him on issues concerning your profession, work or career.