When your work life and home life seems unbalanced or stale, executive therapy could be the answer. Ensuring the success of a company is no easy feat as an executive. Our highly trained professionals understand the plight of a company leader. The long hours, high stakes and increased responsibility can wear on a person. The purpose of executive therapy is not only to ensure company success, but also to make sure the executive is feeling balanced and recharged.
Symptoms to look out for
Certain signs point to the fact that it may be time to consider executive therapy. Executives have a big responsibility to uphold their company image at all times. This adds stress into their work life, which sometimes follows them home into their home life. To get a company leader back on their feet and firing on all cylinders, executive therapy is there to help.
Feeling burnt out
Underneath the composed, successful exterior image of an executive often lies a person who would benefit from assistance in managing their daily lives. Many executives feel that they must face each of their issues on their own, for fear of appearing weak. However, we believe that reaching out for help when needed is one of the biggest signs of strength. There is not only a whole community of people to help executives through their tough times, but there are professionals who can help as well. Before feeling burnt out and unable to return to work in an effective manner, reach out to one of our trained professionals.
Imbalance of personal and work-life
It is often difficult for coworkers, employees, friends or even family to understand exactly what pressures executives face every day. Confiding in those closest to you can be helpful, but may not solve the issues that are most bothering you. Having a third party to communicate issues to is invaluable, especially when that third party is a professional that is trained to handle the complicated problems that executives face. When a company leader begins to feel out of balance or unable to separate home life and work life, an executive therapy session is the clear solution.
Inability to separate emotion from business is another reason why many executives reach out to us. Irritability is one of the main symptoms of a depressive mood, along with feeling overwhelmed. Shortness with employees is not conducive to a healthy, efficient work environment. The mood of an executive can set the precedent for the mood of an entire company. This irritability does not only affect the individual but can trickle down to others.
Ready for a more effective solution to your executive stress?
By working closely with one of our trained professionals, an executive can expect results within the first few sessions. We strive to make seemingly impossible to overcome obstacles seem much more manageable. By highlighting the resources and capabilities of an executive, we bring them back to a place of clear thinking. These changes not only affect thought process but behavior and actions as well.
Executive therapy not only helps you cope with stress but strives to resolve those deep-rooted issues that may have followed you into business. We help to clear any blockages in your mind, allowing you to ditch the process of repeating the same mistakes. Call our office today if you are ready to reach your full potential.
Request an appointment here: http://flourishcounseling.com or call Flourish Counseling & Coaching at (303) 455-3767 for an appointment in our Denver office.