We are all subjected to expectations we place on ourselves, including our careers, development, cultural identities, gender identities, and how we manage stress. Whether you are feeling overwhelmed with life’s demands or simply looking for greater personal insight, Teyhou can help you find wellbeing.
Dr. Teyhou Focuses On
The words stress and work are practically synonymous for many people. Over time, the physical and emotional toll of work stress can be debilitating and may even turn into career burnout. Choosing to work with a professional to address symptoms of career burnout can be a wise option. Talking with a professional counselor or therapist can help you identify specific triggers for anxiety and stress and find ways to cope. Professional counselors can help you create a greater sense of work life balance to keep career burnout at bay.
If you are familiar with self-help and personal growth methods, you may have heard of Life Coaching. In certain situations, Life Coaches can offer just the right kind of help to get people back on track toward their goals. However, quite often the areas in which people feel stuck represent greater underlying challenges with depression, anxiety and self-worth, and these struggles are best addressed with a therapist. Therapists are trained professionals who help people examine many types of challenges and most importantly, assists them in harnessing their strengths to rise above them and thrive.
People in the LGBT community sometimes need the support of a therapist to address challenges like social stigma, family dynamics or internalized judgment. Talking to friends and trusted loved ones is important, but the objectivity and confidentiality of a therapist is unique and valuable. Therapists who specialize in LGBT needs can help sort through the varying challenges that arise and find solutions to reduce stress in everyday life.
Teyhou Smyth and her team are highly skilled at helping people learn effective stress management skills. Once you are able to regain control over your stress levels, you will find greater satisfaction at home and work.
Often, these symptoms are compounded by self-doubt. If you find yourself exhausted and questioning your own competency or the value of your work, you may be suffering from corporate burnout. It is important to remember that you’re not alone. About one in five Americans turned to professional counselors for solutions to corporate burnout just last year.
Anxiety & Depression
Emotional Intelligence & Resilience
Teyhou Smyth and her team are highly skilled and will help you build emotional intelligence and tap into your own personal resilience. As time moves on, and you begin to look further into yourself with your therapist, you can let go of the defense or old survival strategy when the time is right, and not a minute before or a minute after. That is what resilience and EI can give you, a way forward with those old feelings.
By reflecting on your own experience, you will realize this is the only way change happens. With time and reflection, the growth of emotional intelligence and also resilience will be like it was always there for you.