Best-selling author and neuroscientist debuts a course that addresses the causes and effects of work anxiety and the management of symptoms.
Santa Monica, California, Jun 17, 2019 /prREACH/ -- Many people suffer yearly from the effects of workplace anxiety, which can arise from social pressure, workload, and home/work balance. In some cases, people may quit their jobs because they cannot cope. With these issues in mind, best selling author and esteemed neuroscientist, Dr. Srini Pillay, is offering a LinkedIn Learning course on how one can holistically manage anxiety symptoms caused by workplace stress. The course, Managing Anxiety in the Workplace, uses psychological approaches to find the source of workplace anxiety.
According to Dr. Pillay, “Sometimes stress is more than just a natural reaction to stimuli. Some people have generalized anxiety disorders that require more invested forms of stress relief, like therapy or brain rewiring. I’ve created this comprehensive and easy-to-follow video series that helps anyone recognize the symptoms of anxiety in the workplace, and understand when they might need clinical help. Anxiety can affect anyone, no matter who you are or what you do--this course will help even those who are able to manage their anxiety on a daily basis find a job, have better interactions with coworkers, manage conflict at work, and even interview better. The videos are extremely easy to follow and understand--it is my hope that with the help of the resources in this series, people will be able to manage their anxiety better and function more enjoyably at work.”
From recognizing the symptoms to realizing when more clinical help is required, the course navigates the complex and frightening terrain of work anxiety and how it affects relationships with coworkers. Understanding one’s brain is essential to become more successful and effective in the workplace.
By providing strategies for conflict management, dealing with the frustrations of technology and other work-related stressors, the seminar asks difficult questions that are often ignored in the contemporary work world. Dr. Pillay is upfront about what it means to have anxiety and what workers concerned with their symptoms can do to change the way they view the condition.
Dr. Pillay is a Harvard-educated neuroscientist and best selling author who believes ardently in the ability of the individual to change neural habits. These habits are deep-seated and difficult to unearth and acknowledge. His career has been dedicated to understanding the effects of anxiety and the way that it inhibits one’s success in the workplace. Dr. Pillay brings his knowledge of the brain to the misleadingly simple problem of a healthy work/life balance.
Practical, informed resources for dealing with anxiety, a very real and often debilitating syndrome, should not be inaccessible for the average worker, and in this spirit, Dr. Pillay has made his videos available on LinkedIn. The seminars provide insights on revolutionary methods for dealing with and mitigating the causes and effects of anxiety. Readers interested in understanding and managing workplace anxiety should visit the LinkedIn Learning site showcasing Dr. Pillay’s innovative course.