Stress +
  • Feelings of anxiety and depression derived from recurring interpersonal conflicts (confrontation, arguments) with colleagues or other authorities in the professional field.
  • Repeated professional setbacks.
  • Excessive fear of losing the job.
  • Distress and big anxiety in view of new responsabilities.
  • Feelings of failure due to bad professional experiences.
  • Feelings of failure regarding promotions or professional goals not attained.

Burn-out +

  • Frequent professional absences.
  • Being little productive and with a constant feeling of being professionnally over-demanded.
  • Difficulties in social relationships, in professional as well as personal lives.
  • Symptomatology of depression and loss of hopes and calling.
  • Anxiety, irritability and feeling of failure.
  • Emotional distancing from others.
  • Associated symptomatology: chronic fatigue, headaches, insomnia, muscular pain and gastro-intestinal troubles.

Mobbing +

  • Difficulty to be heard by one’s managers.
  • Being victim of agressions (shouting, insults and menaces) coming from colleagues.
  • Being criticised for professional reasons (quality or quantity of work) as well as for personal reasons (private life).
  • Being averted or ignored by managers or colleagues, leading to isolation of the individual.
  • Being calomniated or ridiculed.
  • Being forced to perform tasks that are humiliating, useless or absurd, for which the person is under or overqualified.
  • Being ignored in regard to decisions or professional action performed.
  • Being deprived of work.

Workaholics +

  • People who put pressure on themselves and on others in order to obtain more output, which will always be deemed insufficient.
  • Dedicating excessive time and energy to one’s professional activity.
  • Difficulties in stopping professional activities in view of thinking or relaxing.
  • Long periods without holidays.
  • Professional achievement as the only means to obtain satisfaction.
  • Fear of professional failure and difficulty in facing failure.
  • Excessive need of control over one’ professional activity (large need of organizing and planning, perfectionism and difficulty to delegate on others).
  • Tendancy to get on nerves with anybody who does not match one’s expectations and requirements.
  • Unsatisfactory private life.
  • Symptomatology of muscular tension, gastro-intestinal and vascular troubles, etc.