Burnout is a state of physical and emotional exhaustion, which occurs when we feel depleted by the stresses of work that we struggle to perform – whether in our career, or in another aspect of life. If it isn’t addressed, burnout can lead to serious difficulties, including issues with both mental and physical health, work-based problems, or issues with functioning in our daily lives. At Bridges Therapy Centre, our team of psychologists provide burnout therapy in London that can help you to recharge, and regain a sense of control over your life.

Individuals with burnout may experience a range of symptoms, which are likely to include:


  • Feeling exhausted and drained
  • A lack of motivation and enthusiasm
  • Anxiety
  • Becoming detached from your work or life
  • Having problems with sleeping
  • Unclear thinking and decision making.
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Burnout Therapy London

If you believe yourself to be experiencing burnout, it’s important to listen to what your body is telling you. The good news is that burnout can be addressed with professional counselling and therapy. Our team of psychologists provide burnout therapy in Hendon, Canary Wharf, Muswell Hill and Central London, helping individuals to make life adjustments that will help with regaining energy, and developing strategies to avoid future burnout.


How We Can Help

With each case of burnout being unique, our burnout counselling in London can be adapted to your individual needs. Our therapy for burnout often includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), an effective psychological treatment that can help individuals to recognise their exhaustion, before developing strategies to move forwards and prevent future issues.


Contact Us

If you’re ready to receive the help needed to recharge yourself and avoid future burnout, speak to one of our team of therapists to book your free 15 minute informal consultation today.


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Bridges Therapy Centre - Hendon, London, NW4 - English & Hebrew Counselling & Therapy Services

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