We all face various challenges and obstacles, and sometimes the pressure is difficult to handle. When we feel overwhelmed or unsure how to meet the demands placed on us, we experience stress. It is a state of tension experienced by person facing extraordinary demands, constraints or opportunities. A certain amount of stress is actually necessary for survival. But High levels of stress contribute to health issues as diverse as depression, Anxiety, insomnia, aggressive behavior, weakened immune system, heart, disease, skin disorders and headaches.
Signs and Symptoms of the stress:
- Frequently focusing on the future, thinking/worrying about some possible future events,
- Feel out of control, or powerless to change the situation.
- Thinking about events in the past and not able to pay attention to the present?
- Unable to concentrate on studies, not able to get motivated, poor concentration, feeling depressed?
- Headaches, backaches, Muscle tension, Chest pain, rapid heartbeat stiffness, Weight gain or loss
- Finding it difficult to go to sleep at night or wake up in the middle of the night?
- Seeing only the negative, automatic thoughts and Sense of loneliness and isolation
- Eating patterns change and use of nicotine, alcohol, caffeine and other drugs
- Relationship stress/breakdown, conflict, communication difficulties, isolating yourself from others?
How could counseling help me?
- Identify problems more clearly and develop an awareness of automatic thoughts.
- Develop cognitive strategies such as questioning /challenging your thinking.
- Discover why specific situations create a stress response in you.
- Looking situations from different perspectives.
- Accept, and understand rather than judge themselves or others.
- Replace negative or critical self-talk with constructive self-talk.
- Develop self awareness and experience more calmness.
- Learn to live a non judgmental, none striving, more balanced life.
What does the stress management programme include?
- 1 initial voice call (rapport building, identify current patterns of thinking or distorted perceptions that lead to stress)
- 1 chat, video call or call for an assessment of the problem and explore the habitual, automatic, behavioral, physical, emotional and cognitive patterns
- 2 voice call for a therapeutic procedure and offer tools to cope up with stress and anxiety
- 1 follow-up either call or chat
Video call will be used if necessary depends upon problem
Therapeutic Approaches For Stress Management
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Stress Management Techniques
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Your counseling plan is designed for steady progress, with every phase promptly implemented.