Stress Management Counseling
New York City
In New York City, many issues take a toll on your life, from money, family, relationships, and housing, to health.
This is known as stress, which can lead to you not sleeping, breathing, feeling dizzy, or lacking energy.
Still, for many New Yorkers, it is easier to grab a drink or eat junk food instead of learning stress management techniques.
Still, you can get anxiety, leading to depression, if not taken care of.
Marriage Counseling of New York City has a team of stress management therapists who can help you reduce stress and enhance your well-being.
Let's help you to learn to control your stress and improve your physical and mental health today.
"I have been under much stress lately trying to make ends meet. I worked long hours and ended up becoming anxious and depressed. My employer noticed this and sent me for stress management therapy, that has helped me a lot."
- Riaan Rourke (NYC)
Stress Management Counseling Can Help You Deal With Your Stress
With stress management counseling, you can effectively help calm your body and mind. At the same time, it will help you reduce your chronic and long-term stress to health problems.
You will learn stress-coping techniques from meditation, healthy eating, and exercising. With our evidence-based approaches, we will help you cope with your stress.
Some of our stress management counseling options can include:
- Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Acceptance Commitment Therapy
- Positive Psychology
- Group Therapy
- Talk and Online Therapy
Contact us today for stress management counseling in New York City to help you cope with your daily stress NOW!
What Causes Stress?
Many things can cause stress, from losing a job, divorce, a traumatic event, and more. Yet, stress is a natural way for your body to react to what you are experiencing.
For example, you may need to do a presentation and get a stomach ache beforehand. Still, if stress remains too long, it can affect the body and mind. It can lead to chronic stress and contributes to other diseases when left unchecked.
Signs of Stress
When you feel overwhelmed or worried and lose control, your body reacts like an alarm to give you warning signs. These symptoms of stress can vary from:
- Body pains with headaches and tension to an upset stomach
- Grinding your teeth or chest pains with a rapid heartbeat
- Not being able to sleep or feeling tired with a loss of appetite
- You have sweaty hands or feet with the jitters and nausea
These are only a few signs of stress.