Workplace Conflict Counseling Services
Let’s explore your habits and identify healthy methods for managing Workplace Conflict.
Everyone has different ways of dealing with conflict. In the workplace setting, this can prove to be especially challenging. Dealing with conflict can take a toll on your stress levels; your physical and mental health, productivity, and relationships often suffer as a result.
The last thing you want to do is work closely with someone who undercuts your efforts or belittles you.
You want to be content at your job, but when you are dealing with a difficult colleague or boss, your interactions can seem like a battle. It does not have to be this way!
That’s where we come in. We can provide tools to help you manage workplace conflict and prioritize taking care of yourself.
Learn practical skills and tools to deal with challenging work relationships.
How we’ll use the strength-based approach to help you develop strategies for managing Workplace Conflict:
- Building on the strengths you already possess, we will create realistic ways for you to address your specific conflict needs
- Gaining deeper insight into the triggers – people, situations, or thoughts – for your workplace conflict and what has helped you cope thus far.
- Allowing space to explore what you are feeling while working toward a place of acceptance.
- Empowering you to develop your voice to pursue opportunities and accomplish goals.
- Managing all relationships – positive and negative – to focus on fostering a sense of belonging.
- Learning to develop realistic habits that will help you take care of yourself physically, socially, and emotionally.
What to expect from counseling for Workplace Conflict
We create a unique counseling process that is tailored to each person’s strengths and experiences.
Counseling is meant to be a time of self-exploration and growth. Your clinician will tailor treatment to your specific needs based on your goals and what you would like to achieve. Counseling has the potential to be short-term or long-term based on your individual needs.
Sustained progress can be made in as few as 8 weekly sessions, but most people find that they need treatment for a minimum of several months. We encourage you to attend weekly sessions, as this allows you to establish a close working relationship with your clinician and to make progress more quickly. Our hope is for you to reach your goals sooner rather than later so that you can live the life you desire.
Both before and during your first session, you will be asked to provide information about yourself and your reasons for seeking counseling. During the first session, your clinician will briefly review Restorative Counseling’s policies so that you are aware of your rights as a client and can ask any questions you may have. The primary focus of the intake process is to discuss your personal, social, family, and educational history to help give your clinician an overall picture of who you are. Goals for treatment will be discussed and your clinician will provide insight into how they conduct counseling sessions.
In addition to learning about you, the Intake process is a time for you to learn about your clinician. It is important that you feel they are the right fit for your style and needs. We encourage you to ask questions so you can be clear on what to expect from your clinician.
The intake session(s) typically lasts 55-60 minutes.
Working with you, your clinician will help you explore the sources of your difficulties and develop helpful strategies to address your concerns. Your clinician will provide a space for you to identify your strengths and difficulties. You will be empowered to decide what works best for you and what changes you are ready to make.
Ongoing sessions are 45-53 minutes, depending on your insurance plan.
As you move through the counseling process, you and your clinician will discuss your progress. Once it has been decided that you have achieved your goals, you and your clinician will discuss terminating services. These final few sessions will focus on reviewing the progress you have made and how you can continue to maintain these changes moving forward.
If you are struggling with workplace conflict, we are here to support you!
Meet our clinicians who will help you manage Workplace Conflict:
Jordan Meehan, LCSW
I provide a safe environment where you can develop insight into your experiences, behaviors, and relationships, as well as build healthy coping habits, self-care skills, and positive self-regard.
We can assist you in building the skills and confidence needed to manage workplace conflict.
At Restorative Counseling, we empower you to understand and take the steps to cope with workplace conflict. You will have the opportunity to freely and honestly explore common themes and recognize barriers that you may face when interacting with others.