F.A.Q


A state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances..
Stress is felt in a physical way, it might feel like a tingling, a tightening, a choking, a weighing, a rushing, it is a sensation that is often felt very intense.
A physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress.

A sequential process that takes a person through a burnout till they hit rock bottom
Burnout is experienced in an emotional way, coupled with the physical stress these symptoms can overlap and become one. And stress is experienced as a physical sensation
Indifference to charitable appeals on behalf of those who are suffering, experienced as a result of the frequency or number of such appeals.
Compassion fatigue is an accumulation of stress, burnout, sometimes grief and a person has an emotional investment due to caring for others.
Is a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event, either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares and severe anxiety, as well as uncontrollable thoughts about the event.
Professionals that are in a care-giving role to others, transference of having to work with or hear about trauma and PTSD from others on a constant basis may happen overtime and they lose the ability to maintain healthy boundaries, in addition this might trigger suppressed trauma or PTSD that they themselves had in the past, or it might trigger and discovery of an unknown traumatic event in their live.
Burnout is the sequential process of reaching rock bottom, also known as being burned out.
A person is burned out when in a state of physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or stress, they might feel despair, feeling lost, hopelessness, thoughts of escape, such as suicide ideation or suicidal attempts are more frequently.
Stress management refers to the wide spectrum of techniques and psychotherapies aimed at controlling a person’s levels of stress, especially chronic stress, usually for the purpose of improving everyday functioning.
Having to feel pressured into trying to stay in control, by trying to bring one’s emotions and thoughts under control. Trying to stay focused on the tasks at hand, while experiencing negativity, negative self-talk, the results are a narrow point of view, tunnel vision, and the constricts one’s mind.
Stress Management key words are:
Pressure, Control, Trying, Negativity, Narrow, Tunnel Vision and Constrictive.
Self-care strategy is a voluntary activity which helps maintain a person’s physical, mental or emotional well-being. It can help a person to feel healthy, relaxed and ready to take on their work and responsibilities.
A Self-Care Strategy enables a person to choose what works for them, most people know what makes them happy. As the actions are voluntary in nature, it enables a person to have an open mind, they are able to see the bigger picture, are more likely to ask for help when they feel stuck, and in turn will support others. It will empower management and personnel to use stress effectively to increase productivity, and to create a friendly working environment, that will result in increased sales numbers and higher profits.
Self-Care Strategy key words are:
Enable, Choice, Happy, Voluntary, Open, Bigger Picture, Ask Help, Support Others.
A coach works with the well-being of a client and in the present, working to enhance the transformation of the client.

A counselor, works with the mental state of the client, and often has to work with the client's past to find possible causes for problems that stops a client from moving forward.
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