You may benefit from career therapy when you are thinking about possible changes to your career or further education. A therapist can help you set your personal goals and identify any factors likely to influence your decisions or affect your objectives. They will give you confidential guidance and help to ensure you are setting realistic targets for yourself and making positive career choices.
Redundancy can lead to feelings of loss, isolation, anger and despair, as well as concerns about how to pay your bills. A person who is made redundant can lose many things including their sense of self, their role, their place in a team, their identity, their self-worth and esteem. Therapy can help you work through some of these issues as well as the practicalities that accompany finding yourself redundant.
Most of us spend a lot of time at work, and when you enjoy your job, it can lead to happiness and fulfilment. However, when work is causing you stress and unhappiness, it can take over your life. If you start to lose sleep and/or constantly dread work, it may be useful to seek help from a therapist.
Life can sometimes be tough, particularly if you’re dealing with growing debt that you can’t repay. If you’re struggling to manage your finances or experiencing financial hardship, therapy can help you look at strategies to get your finances in order, whilst addressing some of the underlying issues which might be contributing to your current difficulties.