How Professionals are Stressing out ReGrouping to a Normal Life
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Although this is a global issue, statistics show women have suffered significant levels of stress and burnout, finding it difficult for women to maintain a balance between work, home, and achieving goals. In her Success Strategies workshops, she incorporates four comprehensive and balance levels of wellness: Relationships, Professional, Spirituality, and Self-Care. These four levels of wellness are an intriguing part of human behavior, and if not identified and worked on in a cohesive and structured manner, success will be difficult to achieve and maintain.
Dr. Stacia spoke at many conferences globally and addressed critical topics on Mental Health. Her Signature Keynotes are The Emotionality of Success, The Difference between Mental Illness and Mental Health, Four Components of Accountability to Maximize Productivity in Life, and Why Am I so Cranky- Helping Women Understand the Psychology Behind Hormones. Now is the time to focus on addressing breaking the stress levels. According to an article in the EconomicTimes, women's mental issues are soaring, especially at the workplace, resulting in more stress and more drinking. Dr. Stacia strategically works with women on that burnout phase to develop a more realistic approach to better days, goal setting, and accomplishing their goals, turning burnout into building fuel.
About Dr. Stacia Alexander is a doctorate-level licensed professional counselor who has owned and operated a private group mental health practice for 20 years. She has spearheaded programs helping almost 20,000 individuals and families in the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex. As the Clinical Director for Paul Quinn College's Mental Health and Wellness Clinic, she has developed programming to help students understand the importance of addressing mental health even when they are not in crisis mode. Mental health advocacy is a passion she maintained throughout her career. Dr. Stacia works with professionals and high achievers who deal with the stressors of success without truly understanding the impact it has on their mental health. Her passion for helping people understand the importance of addressing all aspects of success, positive and negative, as a tool for handling those difficult times - which are more often than not why people are distracted and fail to meet their goals. She helps people change the dialogue from mental illness to mental health to create a much more accepting environment for accessing preventive care.