Being a helping professional in the midst of a pandemic can feel like bailing out a sinking boat with a bucket full of holes. Helping others who are feeling anxious and overwhelmed as you attempt to manage in the same stressful environment as your clients or patients can lead to imposter syndrome, compassion fatigue, and burnout.
You likely went into your profession in order to be helpful, to support others through times of emotional or medical crisis, and to make a difference in the world. If you’ve begun to feel detached and cut-off, hopeless, or turning to self-destructive ways to cope, it’s time for you to allow yourself to get the support and acknowledgement you need to make a turn for the better.
Coaching provides a safe, non-judgmental space to explore your thoughts, feelings, fears, and struggles. We can find ways to combat compassion fatigue and feelings of overwhelm and disillusionment, so you can return to feeling joy, peace, and contentment. Even if nothing around you changes, everything in your life can change with better ways to manage your professional and personal responsibilities in healthier ways.
This world needs you and your unique strengths and gifts. Let me help you become more resilient and return to being a powerful positive force for change.