How Do You Define Work Related Stress?

Dan Bilsker, PhD, RPsych, discusses work related stress.

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Dan Bilsker, PhD, RPsych, discusses work related stress.
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Featuring Dr. Dan Bilsker, PhD, RPsych

Duration: 48 seconds

Many individuals suffer the effects of work related stress, and a lot of work recently has been showing that workplaces can sometimes exert powerful stress on individuals.

Whether it's through difficulties with workload management, or lack of perceived support in the workplace, or difficult supervisory styles and so forth, these type of factors increasingly are recognized as very important in terms of what affects individuals psychological health.

Those who feel that they might be dealing with very difficult stress in workplace situations might be able to use their employee assistance program to get some problem solving ideas, but they also might want referral to a psychologist who specifically works on this kind of issue, dealing more effectively with workplace stress situations.

Presenter: Dr. Dan Bilsker, Psychologist, Vancouver, BC

Local Practitioners: Psychologist

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