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Written by Kimberly Jennery   
Sunday, 16 September 2007

Workplace Issues

It is just about impossible to have a workplace where everybody’s personalities, roles, and expectations are perfectly in sync. Just as in families, co-workers can get stuck in unhelpful ruts or in authority and independence struggles. When strategies that have worked with others are not effective, and when your new efforts at solutions have met with failure, it might be time for a professional consultation.

Consultations on workplace issues sometimes involve an individual and sometimes involve a work group inviting a professional to create a more collaborative environment. The focus is not on testing or quirky personality games but rather on how to get people interacting differently.

Problems Commonly Brought To Therapy
Stress and Anxiety
Need for Change in Marriage or Romantic Relationship
Problems with Children and Adolescents
Workplace Issues
Significant Life Decisions
Behavioral Medicine and Medical Hypnosis
Training and Consultation for Clinicians
Agency Consultations and Training