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Therapy for Stress Management

Relieving Stress & Restoring Your Sense of Peace

Stress is one of the most prominent health concerns among Americans, which is why there is an entire research entity committed to performing regular studies on the effects of stress on health. Each year, there’s been a steady increase in stress reported among adults, so it’s no wonder that more individuals are visiting our therapists at Counseling Works to deal with the effects of chronic stress. Our clinicians have experience working with people struggling with stress management, and we can help you take control of your life back from chronic stress.

Isn’t Everyone Stressed?

Maybe, but that doesn’t mean your own struggles with stress don’t matter. We recognize that stress is a serious issue for many people, but each person experiences stress and is affected by it in different ways. One of the big concerns when it comes to stress is that it limits your ability to do the things you love, be a productive member of society, or simply get out of bed in the morning. Avoiding stress Is not always an option, but we can learn new and better ways to manage stress levels. By increasing our resilience and learning new strategies for coping with stress, we can all lead lives that are a little more satisfying and a little less stressful.

Are you Struggling with Stress?

If you’re feeling stressed or overwhelmed in your day to day life, our Counseling Works therapists can offer you a supportive, nonjudgmental environment to reflect, evaluate, and regroup. Together we will evaluate the stressors in your life and provide the skills needed to achieve a healthier, balanced life for you. Do you:

  • Dread the day-to-day?
  • Fear not being able to get everything done?
  • Feel that you’re working so hard but not getting anywhere?
  • Feel that you’re not good enough?
  • Feel that you don’t do a good job?
  • Experience physical symptoms such as weight changes, lack of sleep, or body aches?

How Does Therapy Help with Stress?

Coping with stress can be difficult, but working with a therapist can help you learn to manage stress and lead a more satisfying life. During therapy, a Counseling Works therapist will assist you with a range of strategies and methods of managing stress, including:

  • Learning to identify which stressors are yours and which belong to others
  • Helping you organize your priorities
  • Assisting in establishing clear boundaries
  • Learning healthy coping skills
  • Working on developing the best version of you

Ready to Relieve Your Stress?

If you find yourself struggling to cope with stress, contact us about our therapy services. Our Counseling Works counselors want to assist you in navigating the ups and downs of life. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.



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