Mandie Marlow

Independant Senior Accredited Counsellor
and Independant Supervisor

t: 07786 996 984

e: info@hinckleytherapeuticservices.co.uk

 

Counselling for Work Issues 

 

Stress can hit anyone at any level of the business and recent research shows that work related stress is widespread and is not confined to particular sectors, jobs or industries  - www.hse.gov.uk/stress

So much of our time is spent at work or thinking about work.  In today's world, it can often feel as if  there is too much work to do and  less time to do it.  Change seems to be the only constant and the workplace can sometimes feel like a battlefield.  Work-related stress symptoms can manifest in a manner of ways and soon you may start to feel very unwell, both emotionally and physically.

Problems at work can be all-consuming.  Seeping into our home life, issues can become our only topic of conversation, affecting our most valued personal relationships.  We can lose our sense of perspective and work-life balance.  We can suffer from restless sleep, poor appetite, low energy, lack of concentration, inability to make decisions and an overall lack of motivation.

If any of this sounds familiar to you, then engaging in short-term focused counselling might be what you need. I have over 19 years of experience, supporting and counselling people from all areas of life and every type of industry.

Our counselling can take place over the telephone, face-to-face or online using a video link such as Skype or Facetime.  Whichever way you choose, we will agree at the outset the likely number of sessions you may need,  which is usually between 6-10.  We will then set up regular appointment times with each counselling session lasting up to 50 minutes. 

About halfway through our series of counselling sessions, we will have a review to check that your needs are being met and whether we are on track. We will then establish how many more sessions you feel you may need.

 

If you're struggling with work-place stress, please get in touch or call 07786 996984

 

Fees:- 

Per session  
Telephone Counselling  £38
Skype Facetime Counselling £38
Face to Face Counselling £38

 

 

Well-designed, organised and managed work is good for us but when insufficient attention to job design, work organisation and management has taken place, it can result in Work related stress. Work related stress develops because a person is unable to cope with the demands being placed on them - www.hse.gov.uk/stress

 

Work Related Stress
Work Related Anxiety
Relationship Difficulties
  - Management
  - Staff
  - Colleagues    
Bullying or Harassment
Pressures of Workload
Dissatisfaction with career
Career progression
Redundancy
Grievances or Complaints
Sickness Absence
Conflicts at work

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