San Francisco, Marin, & East Bay Therapists
The Therapy Network includes a diverse group of psychologists, therapists and clinical social workers. Our aim is to help you find a therapist that is qualified and appropriate for your needs and resources. Therapy Network serves San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, Albany, Corte Madera, Kentfield, the City of Sonoma and Walnut Creek and the rest of the Bay Area.
Found 12 therapists who work with Stress Management
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Given our busy and complicated lives, stress and what causes stress lurks everywhere. Finding money to pay the bills; getting the kids off to school and sports; rushing off to work; managing conflict with a co-worker or your boss; trying to find time to complete all the tasks on your to do list; coping with relationships; caring for elderly parents ... The opportunity to be stressed and to feel overwhelmed is seemingly endless.
Unmanaged stress can take over your life and affect your well-being and peace of mind. Often stress can manifest itself as a physical malady and negatively affect your emotions as well. It can make you feel irritable and angry, ready to react to the slightest provocation. But even though life stressors seem to be everywhere, you can take steps to regain control of your time and your life.
Therapy can help you learn to manage your stress. The first step toward managing your stress is identifying and sorting out what you have control over in your life and what you don't. A therapist can then help you to develop effective tools to find the still place in the middle of the storm.
Out-of-control stress can take over your life and affect your overall well-being and peace of mind. Therapy can help you manage your stress by identifying and sorting out what you have control over.
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