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Stress Therapy

Stress and burnout are extremely common among students, athletes, teachers, and coaches.

In each of these realms, you’re often pushed to your limits with very limited free time and emotional support. Stress inevitably builds when you’re trying to balance too many things at once and you're not finding adequate time for sleep, rest, hobbies, healthy eating, social life, and other self-care practices. Overtime, if these needs are continuously unmet, you run the risk of burning out completely.

If you’re overly stressed, you might be having difficulty setting boundaries and prioritizing your needs. You might also be experiencing trouble sleeping, inconsistent appetite, low energy, anxiety, irritability, or taking your frustrations out on others.

If you’re burnt out, you might be starting to disengage from your normal activities and feel emotionally drained, hopeless, defeated, or depressed. It's possible that you're losing motivation, isolating yourself from others, procrastinating on important tasks, or using food, drugs, or alcohol to cope.

Stress & burnout can manifest in a variety of ways for students, athletes, and teachers...


  • Putting off homework/studying until the very last minute
  • Skipping classes and/or meals
  • Stress eating
  • Sleepless nights
  • Difficulty concentrating or staying awake in class
  • Doubting yourself or questioning your academic path and goals


  • Low energy
  • Difficulty focusing
  • Struggling to loosen up and enjoy your sport and/or classes
  • Increased tension, errors, or injuries
  • Difficulty coping with an injury
  • Questioning whether you want to continue playing your sport or if you’re good enough
  • Over-working yourself/not getting enough rest
  • Unhealthy eating habits

Teachers, Coaches, & Other Academic Professionals:

  • Taking on more than you can chew
  • Lacking sleep
  • Falling behind in your work 
  • Compassion fatigue
  • Isolating yourself 
  • Turning to unhealthy stress relievers

Having experienced this type of stress and burnout as a student, athlete, and school social worker, I understand how difficult it can be. I can also speak first hand in saying that it is possible to overcome these challenges by receiving online stress-management therapy. Doing so will require a willingness to receive help and to make changes that might feel uncomfortable at first, but will ultimately help you...

Regulate your stress and create the lifestyle you want and deserve:

  • More balance and rest

  • Peace of mind

  • Healthy coping tools

  • Increased motivation and energy

  • Stronger self-esteem

  • Personal fulfillment