More and more the tendency is towards a nonmedical holistic approach to stress.
As the pace of life accelerates, so does the Stress Factor and the majority of visits to doctors are attributed to stress problems. In stress management therapy, counselors help patients find healthy coping mechanisms for the stressors in their lives. We all need to accept some stress in our daily lives, but, indeed, this can sometimes take over other healthy emotions and become too overwhelming. There are many healthy ways to relieve stress. Multiple methods can also be used together. When deciding how to manage stress, it is important to make sure your method is healthy and will work long-term. For example, eating comfort food may help someone feel better in the short term. But if eating comfort food becomes a primary method for dealing with stress, their health can be affected. This may result in another potential stressor, poor physical health. This will in turn shape one’s belief system to the point where curbing your cravings for junk food might increase your stress levels. This program revolves around stress management, and it is aimed at helping you find healthy coping mechanisms for the stressors in your life. We will focus on how you can successfully overcome negative mental states by just making some modifications in how you approach life. I firmly believe that this is achievable and it is all about how our perceptions of reality affect the way we assign meaning to events and experiences in life. When deciding how to manage stress, it is crucial to make sure your method is healthy and sustainable in the long term. It is important to realize that unhealthy levels of stress result from how we approach life, which can be changed by making different decisions. This will be the key focus of our sessions and I look forward to working with you!