Work Stress Management Memphis, Tennessee
Memphis Psychologist Dr. Lee Horton, Ph.D. has been helping individuals find a happier, more satisfying life for over 25 years.
Are you struggling to meet the demands of your job or career? Does the stress of your job affect your relationship with coworkers and family? Do you question whether you should look for a new job or even change your career path?
Work is important to your well-being and a component of your self-esteem. But work can also be a source of stress. But what is stress? Stress increases when the demands on you exceed your ability to manage these demands. The demands from a job can come from the expectations of your boss or from your expectations of yourself.
Stress can trigger you to work harder and feel excitement, but it can also lead to exhaustion, anxiety and helplessness. Learning to manage stress in the work setting can make you more productive and reduce your tension, leaving you with more energy for life outside of work.
Our Counseling Services
Therapy can help. Your suffering can end and your life can improve. You can't change the past, but we can work together to create a better future.
For more than 25 years, Dr. Horton has helped couples reconnect and find the passion they once enjoyed. By focusing on how you respond to your partner, you can make a difference!
Commitment to a relationship isn't expressed when things are fun and the going is easy. Commitment is expressed when you awaken to a more distant relationship that causes pain.
Symptoms of anxiety vary from person to person, but anyone who suffers from anxiety knows how uncomfortable the symptoms are and how much they interfere with everyday functioning.
Work is important to your well-being and a component of your self-esteem. But work can also be a source of stress. But what is stress? Stress increases when the demands on you exceed your ability to manage these demands.
Are you a fix-it man who finds that you are struggling to fix yourself or your relationship. Perhaps your tendency to hold in your views, feelings and desires is harming your relationship.