Workplace Related Stress
To find out more about hypnotherapy and guided relaxation within your workplace, contact me direct on 07486 531874 or via email.
Research has shown that stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health problems continue to rise throughout our society today.
Demands on us as individuals are on the rise as life as we know it continues at a rapid pace, through the use of modern technology, the media and social media people rarely switch off, we are glued to one screen or another, the telephone constantly within arms reach and we are surrounded by electrical equipment.
At what point do we actually switch off...when we go to bed? Even that is questionable.
With so many demands on our time the brain is constantly in action, meaning that when we do finally fall in to bed at night many are not getting nearly enough sleep. Minds are whirring with what needs to be done the following day or stressing about what didn't get done today. With this in mind it is little wonder that 15.4 million working days were lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2017/18 (Labour Force Survey).
Having worked as a therapist with both individual and corporate clients now for many years, I have learnt that workers become far more effective when they feel valued by their boss's.
My previous role as a Sports Massage Therapist took me in to the workplace delivering 15 minute stress busting seated massage for teams of staff, leaving them feeling much more invigorated and motivated for the working day in comparison to those who were not lucky enough to have this service within the workplace.Now working within the realms of hypnotherapy and guided relaxation I find myself working with many individuals who fall in to the afore mentioned statistics for mental health problems.
It is with this in mind that I am now taking these skills into the workplace to help employers reduce the number of work days lost throughout the year and to help staff and business owners before they reach burn out.
595,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or long-standing) in 2017/18
Working with -
- Public Speaking
- Personal Development
Annual statistics report for work related stress depression or anxiety in Great Britain
Source Health & Safety Executive
Free download Annual Report for Work Related Stress 2017/2018