How Companies Can Help Their Workers Be Less Stressed

Dr. Jonathan Horowitz is a clinical psychologist and the Founder and CEO of San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center. He is also the host of the Succeed Under Stress podcast which he created to help business leaders overcome stress and improve mental wellness because happy companies are successful companies.

Dr. Horowitz’s core training is in evidence-based approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and he customizes and adapts these approaches to his client’s specific issues, personality, and style.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:

  • Dr. Jonathan Horowitz discusses the common sources of stress during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • What kinds of challenges are bosses are facing as an effect of the COVID-19 pandemic?
  • How does the imposter syndrome impact high-achieving workers?
  • Dr. Horowitz offers strategies to reduce work stress through the implementation of boundaries.
  • Dr. Horowitz shares tips on how to form healthy habits in the age of constant technological attachment.
  • How can employers implement productive strategies for their teams?

In this episode…

Are you exhausted from working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic? Do you feel an increased level of anxiety as your balance and routine is thrown off course? Are you struggling with the notion that you don’t seem to be as productive with your current work set-up compared to how you were before the pandemic took the world by storm?

Dr. Jonathan Horowitz says that these feelings are completely normal given these unprecedented times. What you can do to manage your personal and professional expectations is to develop boundaries and habits that can enable you to reduce, if not totally mitigate, the stress that you’re feeling.

In this episode of the Succeed Under Stress podcast, Dr. Jonathan Horowitz and John Corcoran of Rise25 discuss how the pandemic is affecting everyone at the personal and professional level. They talk about how the imposter syndrome affects professionals, the importance of boundaries and good habits in reducing stress, how companies can help their workers be less stressed during the COVID-19 pandemic, and more. It’s a delightful and insightful episode so stay tuned.

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Sponsor for this episode…

This episode is brought to you by the San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center and their mission is to help you conquer stress and anxiety through personal and professional therapy, counseling, and coaching.

San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center works with some of San Francisco’s largest and most successful companies, helping them to build happy and successful teams so that they can achieve their business goals. Since its foundation in 2012 by Dr. Jonathan Horowitz, San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center has been helping both companies and individuals to manage their stress, find balance, stay focused, and work well together.

They partner with companies to provide on site training, employee resource groups, and augmented health benefit plans for their clients. San Francisco Stress and Anxiety Center has a line-up of highly-qualified psychologists and therapists who utilize evidence-based, proven methods of therapy, counseling, and coaching to aide their clients’ journeys toward relief from stress and anxiety.

Visit their website at www.sfstress.com to check out their range of services for individuals and for organizations, or call them at (415) 799-3688 to schedule your free consultation today.