You are a hardworking, dedicated individual who used to absolutely love your job. Now life seems unmanageable. You dread going to work and you’re afraid of losing control yourself.
Feeling angry, anxious and exhausted is normal
The survival part of the brain protect us by keeping us hyperalert, tensed up and unable to sit still.
The good news is this means your brain is working properly. Poor sleep, irritability, racing thoughts, inability to relax, overthinking, and not wanting to do anything after work stem from your survival brain and are normal. You are not alone, crazy, weak or a failure.
You want to feel in control and whole again and know it's possible, but aren’t sure how to get there feeling this stressed out.
You need to be level-headed with a good mindset, but instead you’re feeling scared and burnt out.
There is hope...
I see the suffering and strength you carry with you every day and I know just how powerless it can feel to have the survival part of the brain in control. I've done my own work which is why I started my counseling practice, Meg Young, LCSW, PLLC as the place for burnt-out helping professionals regain confidence and grow in both life and career.
You can feel level-headed and confident again.
Click on the options below to learn where to start and feel in control sooner.
THERAPY FOR PTSD
Trauma therapy, including EMDR for first responders, and therapy for medical or healthcare professional burnout can be done in person or virtually.
THERAPY FOR ANXIETY
Symptoms of anxiety can sneak up on you or come as an overwhelming wave. Either way anxiety management counseling can help you understand and deal with the anxiety symptoms.
is intended to help you increase awareness of your thought processes and learn ways to cope with a variety of experiences and feelings. In person and virtual sessions are available. I am currently running anxiety management groups.
Becoming an EMDR certified therapist is not a difficult process and can help you feel more confident in your work as an EMDR trained therapist.