These are some of the more common situations and questions people call about:
- How do I know if I need counseling for depression?
- It feels like our relationship is forever in conflict.
- I feel anxious all the time and I can’t relax.
- How do I know if I’m drinking too much?
- I think I might have some other addictive behavior.
- I don’t know what to do with a problem employee.
These are serious problems that only get worse without help. Trying to fix them yourself can be overwhelming and often self-defeating.
Issues like this will eventually spill over into all areas of your life, causing more conflict, turmoil, arguing, as well as serious health issues.
Even the workplace is affected by depression anxiety, addiction and relationship problems. Any one of these can negatively impact productivity, employee engagement, and contribute to overall workplace dysfunction.
Here are the facts about depression: Do you know what to do if depression comes knocking on your door, or clocking in at your office? More than 10% of all people in the U.S. will have a depressive episode in their lifetime.
Here are the facts about anxiety: What will you do if you find yourself, or a key employee, struggling with anxiety? Anxiety disorders affect more than 40 million adults in the U.S. Less than one third of those people ever receive treatment.
Here are the facts about addiction: Do you have a plan when addiction shows up in your personal or business life, or in the life of a loved one? Addictive behaviors are at an all-time high. No longer is it just drugs and alcohol, but now we have an epidemic of sexual, gambling, spending and food addiction.
Here are the facts about relationship problems: How are you going to deal with relationship issues when they affect you or your employees? 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. Often times these relationships are very disruptive at the workplace.
Here are the facts about workplace dysfunction: Do you have a plan to properly deal with 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.
Furthermore, trying to find a specialist with the proper experience and knowledge to resolve these issues can be a grueling process.
With over 30 years experience of working with mental health, addiction and conflicted relationships, Ken has built his practice on helping people have happier and healthier lives, as well as having more harmony at home and at work.