Finding out the cause will inform making changes, gaining insight and improving mood. Your sessions will focus on practical and the cognitive strategies for stopping burnout (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy).
We start by looking at what is in your control and what is out of your control. The aim is to provide you with the support to take the steps that you have wanted to take for awhile. Feeling confident enough to do that often takes time, insight and possibly healing. The goal is to reconnect with the work you do, the people you care about and the life you want.
Get in touch with meaning For some people, getting in touch with meaning and purpose will be an important part of feeling content and motivated. These clients often make significant improvement with Accceptence and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Positive Psychology. There is significant and building evidence that both models can be effective in improving resilience and mental fitness. Emily Scanlan has extensive training in both approaches and is a Senior Associate at the Positive Psychology Institute.
For more on corporate burnout read: “I hate the job I loved” by Psychologist, Emily Scanlan.
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Registered Psychologist BA Ec Soc (Psych), MIL, MA, PG Dip (Psych) Applied Psych (Cert)
Level 3, Suite 309, Trust Building, 155 King Street, Sydney CBD, 2000
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