Work and Life Balance for Professionals
Over the years I have provided care for many high performing individuals who work in diverse industries and fields. This has included executives, lawyers, doctors, financial mangers, and business owners. At work, many professionals are accomplished, confident and very productive. However what might be unseen by colleagues or clients are the hidden personal struggles of these dedicated professionals.
These problems can include painful emotional states such as anxiety, depression, anger, burnout, worry, trauma, panic, etc. Many professionals find themselves turning to alcohol or other substances for relief. Relational issues can frequently arise such as marital discord, parenting concerns, familial issues or even isolation. There can be a sense of befuddlement that things could be going so well at work, while still feeling dissatisfaction with your personal life.
Help for Personal and Professional Struggles of Successful and Accomplished People
I have experience assisting many clients who are in high pressure, demanding, stressful positions or who might be financially affluent but still feel that something is missing or incomplete. Taking the time to discuss your personal concerns with a counselor means that you are honoring yourself, not just as a professional, but also as a whole person. I strive to create a safe environment for the exploration of these struggles and how they connect with work and employment. We can take the time to explore what greater work-life balance might mean to you. We can also identify your underlying beliefs about work and money, and how these may, or may not, be serving you. Occupation or employment can be explored as one priority among many as we make a connection between these priorities and how you manage your time.
Seek relief from painful emotions, non-judgmentally address alcohol or substance issues and develop strategies for greater connection and intimacy.
Though I think it can often be underestimated, work can play a very large role in overall sense of well-being and sense of self. Negative work experiences themselves can create a persistent sense of dread, worry or frustration. I have experience in assisting professionals develop new strategies to address difficult work environments. Psychotherapy can help address emotional or behavioral blocks that might prevent effectively addressing problematic work environments. Sometimes people are at a such a place of dissatisfaction that they are considering changing the nature of their employment. Many times having an outside and experienced perspective on these struggles can lead to clarity, direction or emotional relief. My goal is to provide you with assistance to help address these concerns.
Pricing and Billing
Costs per session can often be reimbursed by your PPO/Out-of-network insurance plan.
Part or all of the cost of your sessions may be reimbursed by your insurance provider. Assistance is offered in understanding your insurance plan benefits. Reimbursement can be prompted through submission of a Superbill.