YOU SPEND YOUR DAYS SUPPORTING OTHERS. WE’RE HERE TO SUPPORT YOU.
People who work in the helping professions are unique. You dedicate your life to helping others. Yet, the stress of your work often leaves you feeling drained, depleted and struggling to take care of yourself.
We’re here to help.
DO ANY OF THESE SOUND FAMILIAR?
- You chose your career to help people, but you’re so rundown you don’t enjoy your work.
- You used to love your job, but dread going to work everyday now.
- You struggle to take care of yourself and never feel renewed or rejuvenated, even after a long weekend.
- You’re thinking about changing careers or leaving the field you once loved so much.
As helping professionals, we see the best of the best and the worst of the worst of humanity, sometimes all in one day.
Compassion fatigue and burn-out can creep up without you even realizing it, and can have a significant impact on your quality of life. They can lead to things like depression and anxiety, and leave you feeling overwhelmed, overworked, and resentful of your students, patients, clients, teammates, boss, or company.
Life is not meant to be lived this way – therapy can help you create more work-life balance and start enjoying your career again.
LEARN HOW TO PUT YOURSELF FIRST.
The therapists at Lincoln Park Therapy Group recognize and appreciate the unique experiences of those in the helping professions. We help you combat compassion fatigue and learn how to prioritize your own self-care so you can continue to make a positive difference in the lives of your students, clients, or patients. During counseling, you will focus on developing the coping skills needed to deal with the stress of your job, explore how to set boundaries at work and at home, and strengthen your communication skills to advocate for yourself. As a helping professional, you’re used to putting everyone else’s needs above your own. We help you learn how to get your own needs met, too.
What would it be like to love your job again?
HOW DO I KNOW I NEED COUNSELING?
- Difficulty getting out of bed and starting your day before work.
- A general sense of anger, resentment, or frustration when you think about your job.
- Crying often before, during, or after your workday.
- Frequently thinking about quitting your job or finding a new job.
- Feeling less patient and more agitated, stressed out, or irritable than usual, especially at work.
- Difficulty concentrating on tasks or procrastinating more than usual.
Did you know that life doesn’t have to be this way? We can help you work your way out of the depression and learn to enjoy life again.
You became a helping professional because of your strong desire to make a difference in other people’s lives. We can help you get your love and desire for your work back. Contact us today for support. We’d love to meet you.