Workaholic Treatment

Workaholic TreatmentIf you live to work instead of working to live, you may be a workaholic. This term is often thrown around in jest, but it defines a real problem that many Americans face. An unbalanced relationship with work has a ripple effect on the rest of your life, particularly in your relationship with friends and family members. Thankfully, there are ways to combat this compulsion and find a healthy balance with work.

Through workaholic treatment, you can…

  • Establish a Healthy Balance between Work Time and Personal Time
  • Determine the True Reason for Workaholic Behaviors – What Makes You Want to Work So Much?
  • Identify Other Underlying Struggles, Such as Low Self-Esteem, Addiction, Anxiety, Depression, etc.
  • Find Other Ways to Feel Happy and Fulfilled
  • Pinpoint Your Strengths and Areas That May Need Improvement
  • Rebuild Relationships in Your Life That Have Been Negatively Impacted by Workaholism

To schedule an appointment for workaholic counseling, contact us at (734) 994-9466.

Am I a Workaholic?

Are you worried about the amount of time that you or someone you love is spending on work even when it is not needed? Do you have intense fear of failure at work? Are you overly focused on work-related success? Does your focus on work cause you to miss out on personal relationships? Do you feel like you’re never truly able to relax?

You may find that you are using work to avoid other aspects of your life. You may no longer be able to identify pleasurable activities outside of work. These are all indicators that you may be a workaholic, but don’t worry! CNLD Testing & Therapy offers proven workaholic treatment that can help you find a healthy work/life balance.

How Workaholic Treatment Works

Through workaholic treatment, you can develop a more balanced lifestyle. Your therapist at CNLD Testing & Therapy will help you make lifestyle changes that create a more balanced relationship between work, social and personal time. Your therapist will address stressors and triggers as they arise and identify negative thoughts or expectations that may underlie the behaviors.

Throughout the process, you’ll receive personalized solutions that fit your personality, lifestyle, goals and more. Don’t look at this as a setback for your career. See it as a stepping stone toward a better quality of life.

If You’re Interested in Workaholic Treatment, Contact CNLD Testing & Therapy at (734) 994-9466