Are You Struggling With Burnout?

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Burnout is a state of being regarding work. A person experiencing burnout has prolonged stress at their job that has led to a state of mental or physical exhaustion. They may also experience symptoms outside of work, such as being short-tempered or anxious, having trouble sleeping, and being preoccupied with thoughts about work or job stress.

Available Treatment Options

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a popular treatment for burnout. It focuses on helping people be more aware of their thoughts and how those thoughts affect feelings and behaviors. Therapist interventions also may include discovering the thought patterns that lead to anger or stress and finding coping mechanisms to relieve that stress. Mindfulness practices also may decrease stress and anxiety, while self-reflection can help people determine whether the job is right for them.

Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Burnout

Dr. Carole Goguen



ATTENTION ALL OF YOU WHO ARE STRUGGLING. Every day brings you more uncertainty, change, stress, and anxiety. With the world being so out of control, why wouldn’t you feel overwhelmed?There’s so much to worry about. Maybe you’ve been reflecting on your life and feel lost, questioning the choices you’ve made and where your life is going. If you’re having to go out to work then go home to loved on...

Nicole Jackson, LCSW-C



I believe that effective therapy is rooted in the importance of the individual, and built on trust, comfortability, and unconditional empathy. My treatment approach is person-centered, using methods such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Strength-Based skills, and Behavioral Modification. I value taking the time to understand my clients’ passions so that I can integrate these into their tr...