In 2019, the World Health Organization recognized work-related stress as a medical condition caused by excessive pressure in the workplace. The burnout phenomenon is a common result of exhaustion at work, lack of rest, and an imbalance between personal and professional life.
Statistical data show that under stress our productivity and dedication to tasks decreases by as much as 40 percent.
Employees who are overwhelmed and burned out are more likely to seek new work opportunities.
Professional relationships are an important part of our social life. If individuals work on developing communication skills, assertiveness, and tolerance, the collaboration in the team becomes more successful and the work environment healthier.
Defining professional goals and a path leading to their realization can help employees feel more work satisfaction.
Psychotherapy can facilitate returning to work and establishing new business routines after longer periods of leave.
Individual mental health is highly important for the workplace. Selfnest offers the option of anonymous individual therapy for those who feel the need to talk to a therapist one-on-one about issues they do not want to share with the rest of the team.
Group therapy is organized for up to five people, enabling teams to talk with a therapist in a safe environment about mutual problems in order to successfully deal with daily professional challenges.