Does work anxiety keep you from sleeping at night? Do you find yourself ruminating, or even obsessing, about work? Do you find that you replay conversations with colleagues or work meetings over and over again? Do you feel really anxious or really nervous before presentations or before important meetings at work? Have you had a panic attack related to work?
If you feel that your worries are affecting your ability to function at home or on the job, it is time to get help.
Some stress at work is normal, and it’s not uncommon for work stress to spill over into your home life. However, if you have persistent anxiety that interferes with your everyday functioning therapy may be able to help.
Treatment for anxiety
Dr. Ross is here to offer help so that you can cope better now, and learn to cope better in the future. You overcome work anxiety and keep stress in manageable dimensions.
In therapy, you will learn techniques to see your life in a new light. You can develop tools to better cope with the stress that you will encounter on the job and at home.
How common is work anxiety?
One in four American workers report persistent stress or excessive anxiety has impaired their ability to function in the past six months. Psychological problems, including stress, anxiety and depression, are behind one in five visits to a doctor. You’re not alone and you don’t need to suffer.
Reconnect with your career and your family
Living without stress can free you to reconnect with what you love about your career. Learning to balance your home and work life, without taking home your anxiety, can give you the chance for a better life.