Anger, Stress and Burnout



When your anger is out of control, you create problems not only for yourself but also for others.


Acknowledging you have a problem with your anger is better than continuing to deny it. Take the next step and get some support. Working one-on-one with our therapist will give you a better insight into your anger and your behavior. We will assist you with the tools and skills to help you recognize the signs of you anger and handle triggers in a positive way. Let us help you manage your anger and reduce your stress.



Have you ever felt a sense of dread on your way to work in the morning? If so, you may be suffering from work-related stress, which is the negative reaction we have to pressures at work. In other words, it is how we feel when the demands at work exceed our ability to cope.


Stress in the workplace is unfortunately an inevitable fact of life. It is however important to recognize early on if you are chronically suffering from high levels of stress and to address this as soon as possible. By prioritizing mental wellness, you can also prevent work-related stress from ever reaching a level that is unhealthy for you.



Burnout is a reaction to prolonged or chronic job stress and has three main characteristics: exhaustion, cynicism (less identification with the job), and feelings of reduced professional ability. More simply put, if you feel physically exhausted, start to hate your job and start performing poorly, and begin to feel less capable at work, discouraged or cynical you are showing signs of burnout. Burnout may be accompanied by a variety of mental and physical health symptoms as well. If left unaddressed, burnout can make it difficult for an individual to function well in their daily life.

If you would like to speak to someone about anger, stress, burnout or any other concerns contact us on 081 759 4849 or


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