What happens when we have failed to recognize our body’s warning signs and have used up every last drop of energy we had to share?
Burnout is a process that arises as a consequence of chronic work stress in which personal, social and organizational variables are combined.
It is easy to understand that part of their therapeutic care must be directed to educating on the need for a balance that allows responding to organizational demands while respecting personal boundaries and social needs, that is, educating the person and whoever employs them about work-life balance.
The multifactorial nature of this suffering, on the other hand, makes necessary an approach that takes care of the rest of the variables involved in this process and a rhythm according to it.
This is so because to reach the state of burnout the person has already gone beyond the states of stress, anxiety and even fatigue and exhaustion until reaching a new vital moment in which recovery requires much more time and sometimes a total redefinition of their beliefs or vital constructs that sustained the previous situation.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
I invite you to get to know me and decide if I could be a good companion on the road.
About me and how my practice offers mental health care to bring a sense of home to nationals and internationals.
Before we meet
Practical information before you start your therapeutic process so we can establish the boundaries of our relationship.
The bridge between the different forms of human suffering we face and the therapeutic support to alleviate it.
Once your need for support has been addressed, you can decide which setting seems most appropriate for you to begin your journey to feeling better.
Psychology within Reach
3544 DB Utrecht
Phone +31 30 636 8981
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