Stress Management: Hypnotic and Self-Hypnotic Tools
What is stress exactly?
Stress is a physiological response of the body. It only becomes harmful when it surpasses a certain threshold.
One worker out of 4 is under excessive stress. Between 50% and 60% of lost workdays are caused by stress: a huge cost for organizations.
Work-related stress can cause physical, psychological and social symptoms.
Changes in work distribution, workload and working hours are among the most common causes of stress. Employees operating in socio-sanitary, organizational and political contexts are those with the highest stress levels.
Working in open spaces is a strong stressor according 60% of workers.
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis can improve stress management at work by enhancing resilience and coping skills. This improvement leads to increased productivity and individual well-being.
Our approach in a nutshell
We use hypnotic and self-hypnotic techniques in order to achieve a more functional management of stress. In many cases, setting the right emotional distance from work is crucial, especially when frequent contact with suffering of others is required.
Hypnosis and self-hypnosis are also effective tools to optimize resting times and to improve the long-term management of personal resources.