Front line workers, emergency responders, advocates, therapists, hospital workers, social workers and the others who help people
Maintain Your Health, Happiness, and Sanity as You Take Care of Others
Whether you're a doctor, volunteer firefighter, police officer or therapist, if you're spending your days taking care of others or responding to emergencies, you've probably noticed that it can be difficult to take care of yourself.
Even if you think everything is fine, you might already be noticing some telltale signs that things are out of balance.
Do any of these sound familiar?
Is it difficult to fall or stay asleep, making you feel groggy and unrested when you wake up?
Do you find yourself responding with anger at even the tiniest interruptions or miscommunications?
Are you experiencing depression or anxiety?
Do you sometimes forget to eat or drink water during the day?
Do you feel isolated and alone even when you are with family and friends?
Is your mind constantly racing with unwanted thoughts, making it hard to concentrate and focus on even simple tasks?
Are you distracted and forgetful?
Do you lack purpose and focus outside the job?
Do you use self-soothing techniques that you know aren't healthy, just to make it through the day?
Do you experience tense muscles and low energy creating a feeling of burnout?
If you answered yes to any of these questions
it doesn’t mean anything is wrong with you.
A "yes" answer means your body is trying to tell you that something needs attention. And if you don't start paying attention these symptoms will typically continue and your relationships may begin to suffer. It's important to understand that the physical, mental, and emotional signals that your body is sending you are signs that something is out of balance and it's time to start making changes.
Unfortunately, doing nothing typically does not remedy the situation,
which can lead to bigger physical and emotional challenges.
REDUCE STRESS AND BURNOUT
STAY PHYSICALLY STRONG - ENERGIZED - GROUNDED
You've Got This
You don't have to live in a state of anxiety, depression, fatigue, and isolation.
Reduce your physical pain and feel better in your body
Feel well rested and ready for the day after a solid night's sleep
Feel good about connecting with family and friends
Build habits to shift from negative thinking to being present, creating peace and ease in your mind and body
Break through feeling isolated - build and connect with your support network
Relax as you transition from work to home by using healthy practices for you and your family
Build your resilience with activities you love to be fresh and strong for work and family
Work with me to...
Experience More Joy in Your Life