Would you be surprised if I told you that mental health and substance abuse counselors are going to be in demand as of 2021? According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics requests for mental health, substance abuse, and behavioral disorder counselors are predicted to rise by 25% in theContinue reading “3 Tips on Dealing with Long-Term Stress”
Category Archives: Well-being
Why volunteering activities are advertised in the times of workplace crisis?
One of my LinkedIn contacts has recently shared a post regarding social impact and volunteering, sharing her favorite resources and communities she is currently engaged with. It got me thinking about voluntary work, and why we are talking about it more often especially in the times of global workplace crisis. I personally took up aContinue reading “Why volunteering activities are advertised in the times of workplace crisis?”
How to keep a healthy mind under growing pressure since work from home and uncertainty in the world?
Have you ever experienced a burnout at work? If you have not, there is a good chance one of your colleagues has or is very close to having one. Studies show that among common causes of workplace absence is mental health problems – mental exhaustion and work-related stress in particular. Stress can easily build upContinue reading “How to keep a healthy mind under growing pressure since work from home and uncertainty in the world?”
How to deal with uncertainty during a crisis? Three steps to comfort
You have probably heard that a lot of jobs have been affected by the covid crisis. I am certain that some of my readers have personally experienced the impact already. The situation might also feel overwhelming for fresh graduates on the look for their first full-time job, and those unemployed before the crisis somewhat feelingContinue reading “How to deal with uncertainty during a crisis? Three steps to comfort”
How to handle psychological stress during the COVID-19 isolation?
As many countries go on lockdown and governments are asking all of us to avoid unnecessary physical contact, I realize this can be quite a traumatic and difficult experience for some people. Just recently I have personally judged someone reacting to this crisis with humor (guilty as charged), only seconds after remembering that humor isContinue reading “How to handle psychological stress during the COVID-19 isolation?”