The longer you experience these factors on a daily basis, the greater the chances are you will develop corporate burnout. Unfortunately, anxiety, stress and depression are unhappy bedfellows of burnout.
On the other hand, not every stressful workplace causes corporate burnout. Certain types of stress actually have a positive effect on employees and can lead to outstanding performance, job satisfaction,personal and professional growth. However, this is not the norm in most of today’s fast paced workplaces.
At the heart of Palladium Private’s holistic, BioPsychoSocial program is a cognitive approach,meaning it examines an individual’s thinking patterns. Our psychotherapists seek to modify or change the individual’s conditioning and thought processes in relation to historic, current or future events in their lives. In successfully doing so, this reduces and eradicates stress and its related conditions.
At Palladium Private, we teach that the belief system – which is unique to each person – acts as the direct platform for our thinking, responses, and behaviours. We refer to this process as the mind-body connection. Not only do we live according to our belief system, it often goes unexamined or unquestioned throughout the rest of our life.
What Is Mental Health? Mental health and Mental ill-health are increasingly being used interchangeably, despite meaning vastly different things. Everyone has mental health, just as everyone has health. Mental ill-health, is the condition in which one’s mind is influenced both physiologically and emotionally. To the extent that it interferes with a person’s cognitive, emotional and […]read more
Holistic rehabilitation retreats take you out of your daily routine to provide you with a holistic, immersive program for rehabilitation. This give you an opportunity to work through issues in an individualised program that targets the root cause of your health issues. So what exactly is a holistic retreat and what are the benefits of […]read more
Are you a recovering addict who just finished a treatment program for drug or alcohol addiction? Do you want to know how to maintain your recovery and avoid relapse? If so, you’ve come to the right place. After your initial treatment is done, what comes next is ‘addiction aftercare’. It reduces your risk of falling […]read more