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Stress Tip: Reduce Catastrophic Thinking

Stress Tip: Reduce Catastrophic Thinking

Catastrophic thinking is focusing on the worst-case scenario. It's worry on steroids that can be applied to almost anything. You can be concerned without thinking catastrophically.

Taking Care of Yourself at Work

Taking Care of Yourself at Work

Stress can build throughout the workday. Targeting specific areas can provide the "preventative maintenance" you need to leave work feeling less exhausted.

Doing Your Own Team Building

Doing Your Own Team Building

Simple team building exercises can can recommit the team to one another. Such activities can inject energy into the team, improve communication, boost productivity, and reduce conflict. Give it a try!

Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Mental Wellness in the Workplace

Within the workplace, mental health wellness is the practice of personal awareness that helps you stay in control of what you think, what you feel, and how you react to everything going on around you. Don't put yourself on "autopilot" in making decisions and increase the likelihood of being happy, healthy, and more productive, and discovering more meaning in your job.

Is it Burnout or Depression?

Is it Burnout or Depression?

"Burnout” was first coined in 1970 by an American psychologist who applied the term to exhausted health professionals.