Dr Berney and Dr Marshall discuss strategies for managing work-related stress.
As a psychotherapist, I noticed a trend specifically among my clients who work as consultants.
Science is showing us that just as our physical bodies are shaped by our genes, so are our minds and how they function.
Every employee, at some point, would have experience work-related stress. After all, any job (no matter how much you love it) can bring stress.
Stress at work is no joke—and there’s virtually no way to escape it either.
Dr Berney and Dr Marshall talk about the use of music to improve work performance and efficiency.
Today we discuss multitasking—we all think we can do it, but can our brains really handle it?
Dr Berney talks about the importance of taking time off from work so that you can reduce your stress and improve your relationships.
In other words, to be mindful is to engage in whatever it is that you are doing with complete intentionality and awareness.
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