Live Digitally Well

Psychology Therapy for remote & hybrid workers feeling stress, anxiety or burn-out.

Remote and Hybrid Workers

Juggling work and non-work life is not always easy. The pressure to keep working in your personal time can take away from important life pursuits or just some much needed down-time . Allowing work to creep into personal time can have a longer term impact on you and your family - especially around stress, anxiety and potentially burnout. Finding ways to put work and non-work boundaries in place is an effective way to reduce stress and anxiety in the medium and long-term.

working parents

We all hold many titles: friend, sibling, partner, child, parent, grandparent, employee, manager, entrepreneur... juggling all our life-roles can be rewarding, but it can also be really stressful, especially when you have many work and family demands. Allowing yourself the headspace, time and external insight can give you the chance to sort through 'stuff', helping you optimise your everyday lives and be more able to be there for both yourself and for others.

therapeutic approaches

Everyone is different and we each have very individual mental-wellbeing needs, resulting from a variety of underlying causes. A combination of therapy tools – including Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Positive Psychology and Transactional Analysis (TA) are adapted for each therapy session to work for each person and the situation and space they find themselves in.

Therapy suited to your needs

Therapy Services

Are you struggling with issues like self-esteem, depression, anxiety, unhappiness or feelings of failure and doubts? Do you feel as though you just don’t fit into your own life, never going to be good enough or really worried about being able to cope with your next ‘big step’ in life – whether that’s going to uni, starting a new job, changing career…? Do you want to get to a place where you are feeling more optimistic about life and better about yourself – who you are and what you do? Do you want to be more comfortable in your own skin and better able to cope with day-to-day life?

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