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How To Cope With Unemployment & Job Loss

Being unemployed can be one of the more difficult experiences people go through. If you are experiencing stress, anxiety, anger, fear, or depression, you are not alone. These are some of the common emotional responses to losing a job or being in a state of unemployment. First and foremost, I want you to know that you can actually come out of this part of your life stronger, more confident, and more resilient than ever before. Abrupt change is bound to leave you feeling out of sorts, and it may also leave you questioning your sense of purpose or self-esteem. Even if these feelings seem impossible to get past, I can assure you that it does get better. Grief is a natural response to losing a job, but I am here to give you the tools and techniques you need to not only get yourself back on track, but also to achieve a happier, healthier state of mind.

Ways To Recover From Job Loss

Help yourself cope with the stress, anger, or fear you might be feeling at this time.

Additional Help Coping With Unemployment Or Job Loss

I am happy to offer these tips to help you make sense of these feelings and recover on your own. However, if you are interested in having someone to speak to regularly about how to navigate this challenging period of time, I would love to hear from you. It is my mission to make sure that you feel safe and comfortable from the first moment we meet. In our introductory appointment, I will begin to assess your needs and we can decide whether or not we are a good match. I understand the weight of your decision to begin therapy, and I want to ensure that you have a successful experience. Please feel free to contact me by phone at (310) 892-2572 or send me an email at