The pressures of everyday life can be overwhelming and can take a toll on us. Whilst everybody experiences stress at one time or another, when we experience high levels of stress constantly, our physical health and well-being can be compromised, leaving us susceptible to illness, fatigue and even exhaustion. Stress does not exist in isolation, often co-existing with other mental health concerns including anxiety and depression.
Our stress response is a complex array of patterns that occur in our mind and body (via our brain and nervous system). Better, more functional responses to life stressors can be learnt and healthier habits can be put in place. If stress is an issue for you, perhaps you may wish to consider if you manage your stress or if stress manages you?
If you feel that you are struggling with the demands of everyday life and would like to know how to deal with stress, help is at hand. During this process you can expect to learn the steps to manage the stress in your life and to regain the balance and harmony you so rightfully deserve
an individualised stress management program that best suits your needs. From identifying the problems in your life, through to providing options for you on the best ways to approach these hurdles, our stress management approach is designed to ensure you can work through life’s complexities with assurance and