How we can help
When someone works in a high stress environment for a long period of time they may begin to find that the constant pressure becomes unbearable. Executive stress is a mental health issue that could lead to a breakdown or burnout, which can be devastating for both a career and family life.
It is not always easy to overcome and the most important thing to do is seek help. You can also look at your work load and responsibilities and set yourself manageable goals, taking breaks when necessary.
“Life Works has saved my life. It has opened my eyes and made me realise how much I have to give. It has given me the tools and determination to recognise who I really am. My life will never be the same again. I am a better, nicer and happier person than ever I could have imagined. I have already recommended Life Works to a friend and there will be many more”
Hospital Director and Registered Manager
"The Cottage will become your home away from home providing you with complete discretion and privacy. Treatment will be tailored exclusively for your needs."
The Cottage is extremely well placed to help support those who may be suffering from executive stress. We are experts when it comes to treating clients who are involved in the most pressurising and important of careers and lives.
If you think you could be suffering from executive stress, or any kind of stress, the signs and symptoms may be:
- Taking your stress home with you after work
- Waking up stressed
- Trouble sleeping
- Feeling stressed for an extended period of time
- Having trouble accomplishing tasks because of your stress
Our bespoke and tailor made executive management programme will help individuals to identify the root cause of their stress and it will provide healthy ways to deal with everyday pressures, in order to achieve a more relaxed and happier state. This can all be done in the comfort and luxury of the Cottage and you will be treated exclusively by a team dedicated to your needs.
More than just therapy
Therapy Services Manager and Lead Eating Disorder Therapist
Steve is a member of the BACP and FDAP and has worked for several years in private practice specialising in the psychology of addictive behaviour and holds a MSc in Addictions Psychology and Counselling at London South Bank University. He specialises in an integrative approach drawing on a wide variety of therapeutic modalities. He looks at how addiction forms psychologically, genetically and biologically. Steve holds a Master Practitioner qualification in eating disorders & obesity which is approved by the British Psychological Society Learning Centre. In the past Steve has worked for a charity specialising with children of dysfunctional families including bullying, bereavement, domestic violence, family breakdown, neglect and trauma. Not only does he specialise in addiction and eating disorders, but Steve also has a background with several senior roles with blue chip corporate organizations and as such fully understands the complexity and difficulty how addiction and eating disorders also impacts within the workplace.
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