Relationship problems, depression, anxiety and addiction are some of the most challenging issues today. Trying to fix them yourself can be overwhelming and often self-defeating. Additionally, these issues often spill over into the workplace and can negatively impact productivity and bring about poor employee engagement, as well as being a primary contributor to overall workplace dysfunction.
Here are the facts about depression: More than 10% of all people in the U.S. will have a depressive episode in their lifetime. Do you know what to do if depression comes knocking on your door, or clocking in at your office?
Here are the facts about anxiety: Anxiety disorders affect more 40 million adults in the U.S. and less than one third of those people ever receive treatment. What will you do if you find yourself, or a key employee, struggling with anxiety?
Here are the facts about addiction: Addictive behaviors are at an all-time high. No longer is just drug and alcohol addiction. Today there is an epidemic of sexual, gambling, spending and food addiction like we have never seen before. Do you have a plan when addiction shows up in your personal or business life, or in the life of a loved one?
Here are the facts about relationship problems: Divorce rates continue to rise and domestic violence is higher than ever. Most people are NOT well educated with the tools to handle relational conflicts, and often times these relationships are very disruptive at the workplace. How are you going to deal with relationship issues when they affect you or your employees?
Here are the facts about workplace dysfunction: Sadly, the majority of Americans are already unhappy and actively disengaged in their jobs. When you add depression, anxiety, addiction and/or relationship problems to the mix, you have a surefire formula for organizational dysfunction and disaster. Do you have a plan to properly deal with workplace dysfunction?
Furthermore, trying to find a specialist with the proper experience and knowledge in emotional intelligence to resolve these issues can be a grueling process.
I’d be honored to help you with your personal, family or workplace concerns. Call me and let’s see how you can become happier, healthier and have more harmony at home and at work.