It's lonely at the top. You are carrying the weight of high expectations, competing demands, and your reputation. All eyes are on you. The buck starts and stops with you. You may be carrying so much stress that it has left you feeling frustrated, overwhelmed and at the verge of burnout. The stress has begun to affect your leadership style and your relationships. In therapy, you can learn the mind/body and communication skills to manage your stress to become a more effective leader.
With therapy for stress management, you can learn how to manage your stress to enjoy more peace and success. Being a leader often means dealing with difficult situations and difficult personalities. In therapy, you can techniques to manage your stress that you can apply to your real life with your colleagues, staff, board members and clients.