• 5 Benefits of Therapy: Why Should We Go For Therapy

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    ​Written By: Xin Wei


    During this work from home season. It is likely that stress leads to job burnout. Job burnout is a special type of work-related stress, a state of physical and emotional exhaustion that involved a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity.


    More information about recognise work from home burnout in Singapore here.

    There are many ways of dealing with stress, some choose to stress eat, some choose to sleep their problems away. Albeit these methods are effective, it is still advisable to release some tension or burdens that have been bottled up in your chest for a long period of time. You can release those tensions by sharing your woes with your friends and family, or if you prefer to offload your emotional burdens to a third party, you can consider going for therapy.

    Though there are some stigmas regarding going to therapy, such as that it makes us look weak, or seen as though as having a mental illness. Some stigmas are self-imposed, but generally, seeking help from professionals is still not normalised and accepted in our current society. With this article, we hope to be able to clear off some of the doubts that you may have of going for therapy and spill out the benefits of therapy.

    As an HR recruitment agency, we believe in providing the best for you and your employees, and that the mental health of your employees should be one of your top priorities. Especially with the pandemic ongoing, remote working makes it hard to ensure that your employees are okay. Here are the reasons and benefits of therapy!