Need help with Work Stress or Conflict?
Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, you’ll know when you find it.” – Steve Jobs.
Are you looking for a promotion? Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed in the workplace? Or do you want strategies to manage everyday performance at work?
We often find ourselves in competitive working environments where balance, rest and reward often fall to the side. We have psychologists that will work with to look at your current work performance, strengths & weaknesses, and identify needs in your working life. We will analyse your professional relationships, your stamina & well-being, your motivation as well as job fit.
Let us provide a tailored coaching program that looks at excelling work performance, improving your mental health and building more fulfilling relationships.
The average person spends 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime. That sounds overwhelming – so let’s at least acknowledge that your relationship with your work is vital for your mental health.
Conflict in the workplace can consequently cause cascading effects on your personal life including;
- Feelings of hopelessness
- Poor motivation
- Lowered self-esteem
- Feelings of victimisation
- Depressed mood
We want to assist you in developing skills that can combat confronting situations. We can problem solve your ideas about what work is best for you and your health. Reach out and explore a new perspective.
Below are a few our most frequently asked question. Take a look and if you have any other questions please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
A psychologist is trained with undergraduate and postgraduate studies of psychological science and assessment. Psychologists treat those that range from those who suffer serious mental illness to those needing support in understanding their relationships, thoughts, feelings and behaviours. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor with additional specialised training in mental health. They are able to prescribe medication and work well with GP’s and psychologists.
Have you ever been to a GP and thought you might be suited to another doctor? It is the same with a psychologist. It is important that in the first session you ask questions and learn about the therapist’s style in order to feel comfortable. You or someone you know may have had a disappointing experience with a psychologist in the past – do not let this be a barrier to reaching your goals, it just wasn’t the right fit. We care about placing you with the right person, with the right intervention and at the right time.
Absolutely not. Psychological therapy is available to every person on planet earth. We are all human and share similar hopes, fears and struggles. No one is immune to the complexity of life and seeking education about your mental health is something to be proud of. Each year we get better at communicating our mental wellbeing, and our communities are benefitting from the results.
As caring and empathetic your concerns may be for a loved one, it is up to them to make change happen. But your insight and access to our resources can be of great benefit. The Contemporary Psychology clinic has a wide variety of information to offer so you can direct them to this website, this way they can see what we’re on about, and they can send an email or give us a call. You are also encouraged to attend and discuss your own fears regarding a loved one if this has been getting you down.