Work Stress

Learn ways to better manage work difficulties, create boundaries, and foster a healthy relationship with work and the people and teams you work in.

Key information you should know

  • A small amount of stress is normal in the workplace; however, work should not be mentally, physically or emotionally draining to the point of causing significant effects on your emotional wellbeing.
  • You can get help for work-related stress and learn healthier coping strategies to manage stress experienced at work.
  • We have psychologists experienced in providing guidance to both employees going through work stress and employers who want to support their employees better.

Don’t let work stress negatively impact your mental health.

What are some signs of excessive work stress?

You might be suffering from excessive work stress if you experience:

  • Overwhelming fatigue and tension, often having to take days off due to lack of energy or motivation.
  • Extreme worrying/anxiety about going to work
  • Headaches and muscular tension
  • Sleeping difficulties, such as insomnia, largely caused by worrying about work-related issues
  • Feelings of frustration, guilt or unhappiness, and irritability
  • Lack of confidence
  • Memory problems

Seeing a psychologist can help you to understand manage your job stress

Many of our psychologists are experienced in helping clients to create healthy coping strategies and manage work stress. For many clients, it can be life-changing to simply have somebody who will listen & support you through challenging times in both your work and personal life.

For organisations looking to support their employees and foster a positive work culture, we also offer EAP services in Perth.

Call our friendly team at Clear Health Psychology today to book an appointment. We’ll be there for you every step of the way.

We’re here to help

124 practitioners have experience in the treatment of work stress