Successful careers are always challenging, but work shouldn’t be so stressful that it makes you sick. Rappore, a telehealth-based mental health practice headquartered in Manhattan, New York, matches people struggling with career challenges to highly skilled therapists and psychiatrists who specialize in job stress. Their licensed clinicians help patients in multiple states, including New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, and Texas. You can overcome problems at work and flourish in your career with their help.
Even 10 years ago, who would have thought that being a social media influencer was a career choice?
No matter how hard we try, it’s impossible to leave all your work stress at work. If you’re having a tough time at your job, it’s inevitable that anxiety will bleed into other facets of your life. That’s why, at Rappore, we pride ourselves on helping our clients navigate their professional lives in addition to their personal lives – because we know there’s such an overlap between the two that you can’t truly be happy with one if you’re frustrated with the other.
We also specialize in helping people identify the ideal career path – whether it’s their second career or their first. We recognize that it’s harder than ever to make that decision – that many of the careers our parents had no longer exist, and that many of the jobs our children will pursue haven’t been invented yet. We also recognize that the way our culture lionizes game-changing entrepreneurs has distorted our view of what success – and happiness – looks like.
To truly understand what kind of job (and by extension, what kind of lifestyle) will make you happy, it is essential to gain a deep understanding of one’s interests. Is the desire to pursue a certain career path truly their own choice, or is it more a reflection of parental pressure? Is working in a certain field truly a match for their interests, or does it come from a need to fit in with peers?
Which is why we place such an emphasis on developing an honest sense of one’s strengths. A penchant for creativity may indicate that a job involving numbers or rote memorization will not be the most fulfilling path. A knack for research may suggest that pursuing graduate education is a wise choice.
At Rappore, our therapists are expert at helping people understand their strengths and their passions. That way we can help people make that all important decision with confidence, and start a career that will leave them emotionally and financially fulfilled.