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Life-Work Harmony Counseling

Do you dread going to work each morning? Did you “follow your passion” but now find yourself feeling unfulfilled and frustrated? Do you refer to your job as the dump?

It’s time to take control of your life and increase your life work harmony. Imagine having the ability to effectively manage your work and personal responsibilities, while still having time for the things you love. 

  • To experience a fully happy life, it’s important to have a career that you love. But a recent study concluded that over 50% of Americans are dissatisfied (if not downright unhappy) with their work. This dissatisfaction can lead to stress, anxiety, and even depression. This unhappiness can also bleed over into your personal life, negatively impacting the relationships you have with friends and loved ones.

Achieving life-work harmony can improve your overall well-being, reduce stress, and increase productivity. You’ll be able to focus on what’s truly important and live a more fulfilling life.

The therapy process can even assist you as you begin the process of seeking an entirely new career if you believe that is the right choice for you.  

Due to my experience as previous school counselor I have been trained to provide concrete career information resources and discuss career development. 

Signs that you lack work-life balance:

  • You consistently bring your work home
  • You cancel personal plans to stay late at work
  • Your patience is thin with your family 
  • Work-related dreams, sleepless nights
  • Digestive issues
  • Anxiety Sunday evenings about starting the week
  • Increase in alcohol or caffeine use

Take the first step towards a more balanced life by implementing practical strategies and tools that will help you achieve life-work harmony. Contact me today for a free consultation. I would be more than happy to help you experience the benefits of a more balanced lifestyle.

Focus in Career Counseling:

  • Your daily working environment
  • Boundary setting in and out of the office
  • Relationship building with co-workers and management
  • Advocacy skills
  • Opportunities for advancement