Nearly every employee experiences stress due to their job at some point in their career. If this stress is ongoing or interfering with daily life, therapy may be a good option. Job stress may be an issue in and of itself, or it may be a part of other mental health concerns or general difficulties in adjusting to life events.
Available Treatment Options
Counselors may suggest using contemplative or mindfulness practices for people struggling with job stress, such as meditation, breathwork, and journaling. Therapists also use tactics that encourage self-reflection, such as processing work-related emotions and feelings. If a person is struggling in their career field or is wanting to discover other jobs, they can benefit from working with a career counselor, who will use assessments and interest inventories to find jobs the person is well suited for.
Therapists Who Specialize in Helping Those Who Struggle With Job Stress
I have experience working with individuals (including children), families, and groups to help cope with issues such as mental illness, life transitions, decrease in mental/physical functioning and capacity, grief/loss/bereavement, divorce, suicide, self injurious behavior, LGBTQIA+, and trauma.
I see adult individuals and couples, both face to face as well as virtually. I accept direct payment as well as Oscar Health, United Healthcare, Oxford, Aetna, Cigna, and BCBS (beginning October 2023). I have been in practice for 20 years, and have experience with a very wide range of issues.
I offer individual therapy for young adults, specifically women in their twenties and thirties. I understand the challenges you face, from perfectionism to anxiety, depression, body image concerns, and more. This safe and non-judgmental space provides the support you need to explore your thoughts and feelings. Together, we’ll identify and address the underlying issues that may be holding you ba...
Stacey Jackson-Roberts, MSW, LCSW/LCSW-C (she/her) is a psychotherapist specializing in Psychodynamic, Feminist, Relational, and Attachment-based modalities, as well as a long-time advocate for Women’s, LGBTQIA+, and BIPOC healthcare policy and equality. Stacey earned her M.S.W. in Clinical Social Work from Smith College School for Social Work.
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Katherine Simonetti is a Therapist based in District of Columbia and licensed to practice in VA, CO and CT. My areas of specialty include Anxiety, Chronic Relapse, Codependency, Coping Skills, Divorce, Dual Diagnosis, Family Conflict, School Issues, Self Esteem, Women's Issues.
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