Counselling for stress
Whether it’s worrying about work, relationship issues, major life events or an illness, we all experience some level of stress from time to time. However prolonged and intense levels of stress can have a serious effect on your physical and psychological health.
If you’re concerned about the level of stress in your life it’s essential to seek help.
People Psychology psychologists provide stress management therapy throughout Melbourne city. East Melbourne, Southbank, Carlton and Richmond residents can make an appointment at one of our clinics to discover how to manage stress levels effectively.
We examine the triggers that are contributing to your stress levels and help you to develop and practice effective coping mechanisms.
Health Impacts Of Stress
Stress can have some impact on your health when exposed to it long term. Some of the common health impacts that you may experience over time includes, but isn’t limited to:
- Chest pain
- Changes in sex drive
- Anger or irritability
- Undereating or overeating
- Sleeping problems
- Social withdrawal
- Substance abuse
How Can Stress Therapy Help?
Here at People Psychology we understand that everyone handles stress in different ways. That’s why we’re proud to provide professional stress therapy in Brighton, St Kilda and Bentleigh which can help you learn to manage and cope with your stress in a more positive way.
Stress therapy and counselling offers our clients with a means to understand the triggers of their stress and find out ways on how they can achieve harmony and be able to cope in everyday life. Our team of psychologists are highly trained to work with you in a supportive and private environment to allow you to open up and be honest about your situation.
For more information call People Psychology on (03) 9133 0995
Due to the Better Access to Mental Health Care initiative by the Australian government, psychological treatment is eligible for rebates when conducted by a registered psychologist.
This is an affordable option for individuals and families who may require financial assistance.
In order to take advantage of this rebate, a mental health assessment must be completed and a Mental Health Treatment Plan prepared. This can be arranged by GP, paediatrician or a psychiatrist.
If you require further information on rebates or how our psychologists can assist you, simply give us a call on (03) 9133 0995 and we will happily answer any questions you may have.