Our careers are important to us and should leave us with a deep sense of satisfaction and joy. Our jobs often connect to our identities—our sense of purpose—our sense of belonging—our sense of camaraderie. Some of us stop feeling productive at work, or feel stuck, and are thinking about starting over someplace else. Many of us have suffered the sudden impact of the loss of our jobs—or are quickly approaching retirement and don’t know what to do.
Are you feeling dread, distress, low self-esteem, lack of motivation, sadness, or confusion about your career?
Pop QuizHave you become cynical or critical at work?
Have you had negative employment evaluations?
Do you drag yourself to work?
Do you have trouble getting started at work once you arrive?
Have you become irritable or impatient with co-workers, customers, or clients?
Do you lack the energy or drive to be consistently productive?
Do you lack satisfaction from your achievements?
Do you feel disillusioned about your job?
Are you using food, drugs, or alcohol to feel better—or to NOT feel?
Have your sleep habits changed?
Has your appetite changed?
Are you troubled by unexplained headaches, backaches, or other physical issues?
Did you once see your job as a stepping-stone for advancement—and you no longer feel that way?
Have you made a “Pros and Cons” list about staying or leaving your job?
Do you dream about doing something different?
Do you feel like going back to school or re-inventing yourself?
If you are feeling discontent in your current employment, have voluntarily left your job—or are forced to find a new career because of circumstances—let’s work together and identify what your career aspirations are. Maybe you’d like to develop self-confidence to optimize—or change—your current career. Or perhaps you’d like to pinpoint obstacles that are negatively affecting your job. Let’s identify goals that would enhance your work life, help you achieve balance, and incorporate meaning in your work.
Let’s explore what your strengths are and find that career that you would love to do—and get paid for doing it!
Our team consists of highly motivated and skilled specialists who know how to deal with any issue that you may come across. This creates a basis for lasting relationships with our clients built on trust and mutual understanding. We are devoted to creating unique and innovative solutions along with the high-quality supporting services.
Christian counseling can help you by incorporating God’s Word and Biblical truths into the processing of your issues. Your counselor can help you explore the problems you face while also exploring how these issues interact with your beliefs and your walk with God.
There are many different reasons why people seek our Christian counseling, including:
● Dealing with the constant exposure to darkness● Coping with anxiety● Managing stress as a first responder● Dealing with depression● Recovering from grief and loss● Strengthening your faith● Improving your relationship with God● Religious trauma and/or church hurt● Anger management● Coping with parenting struggles● Poor self-esteem or self-confidence● Poor relationships with peers
So many responders struggle with understanding when it is time to seek counseling. Professional counseling services can help first responders who are experiencing the following responses to a critical incident:
Your response to the incident is consistently disrupting your daily activities. You find yourself struggling with leaving the incident at work. The memories flood your mind unexpectedly or they never leave. And it makes it hard for you to complete every day tasks or to meet the needs of your loved ones. Professional help can get you back on track.
Your response to the critical incident has lasted more than one month. If you have been experiencing a response to a single critical incident for more than 30 days past the incident, professional support can assist you with moving forward.
Your response to the incident is increasing in intensity. If your initial response was quiet and typical, and now you are having a harder time managing the reactions, we can help you to find peace and clarity.
You believe you would benefit from critical incident counseling. You know yourself best. And you are very intelligent. Follow your gut and get help.