Bringing clarity to the process of the "Fight, Flight, Freeze", "D.A.B.D.A.", PTSD, and Maladjustment.
Adjusting to a dramatic change in life can require professional assistance when that adjustment period disrupts normal function. Grieving the loss of a loved one, an unexpected relocation due to work, an unexpected change in identity are all precursors or "triggers" I have worked with in my office treatment.
Uncontrolled crying, physically ill, shaking, tremors, twitching, hesitation to start an activity, stomach pains, school or work avoidance are all symptoms that have had a positive resolution in my office.
Engaging in Therapy/Counseling/Psychotherapy with intent to reduce the perception of Burnout will reduce numerous symptoms of burnout. A non-exhaustive list of possible symptoms of work burnout include: irritability, fatigue, sleeplessness, Sunday blues, depression, anxiety, aversion to work, lowered productivity, and low motivation. With a reasonable treatment plan, supportive counselor and an open mind you can rejoin the work force as someone who is "Working to live" rather than someone who is "Living to work ".
Task management: from cleaning a bedroom to grade improvement in school.
Learn the emotional, behavioral and interactive process that makes it more likely for complicated tasks to be complete.
Very few things are more frustrating than feeling as though you are out of control with your children. Compliance with behavioral tasks at school, shopping, home, grandparents will improve substantially with techniques you learn here.
Learn to take Ownership for choices. This includes positive and negative choices. Learn to accept outcomes in more healthy and adaptable ways.
Communication of emotional states is a learned skill. Practice and develop that ability with a trained counselor.
Learn Positive Coping Skills to utilize when faced with challenging life obstacles.