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Karma Centre for Counselling and Wellbeing

Occupational Psychologist
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F 7/7 Vasant Vihar
new delhi, Delhi - 110057
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King's College London
MSc Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology
  • MSc Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology
    Occupational Psychologist
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  • MSc Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology
    Employees often experience stress at the workplace but are unable to pin point the exact cause of this stress. By identifying the major causes of work stress, you will be better equipped to deal with them.

    The 5 major causes of work stress are

    Demand - The demands that are paced on employees are a major source of stress. Sometimes the employee has too much work to do and does not possess the required skills for performing the task. Having long working hours is also a source of stress.While work overload is a major cause of stress, work under load ie assigning repetitive, boring and under-stimulating tasks can also be a source of stress

    Control- Job Control essentially focuses on the degree of authority an employee has over making decisions and use of skills, including the opportunity for developing new skills. Control refers to aspects of work such as when to start and finish the job, the resources being used and the skills required to perform the job. If an employee has low control over the job he is performing and is being constantly monitored by his superiors, it will automatically lead to job stress. Research studies have shown that people who have lower control over work have higher rates of sickness absence, mental illness and heart diseases

    Role- Job roles involve 3 different types of stressors. Role overload, role ambiguity and role conflict. Role overload is the number of different roles an employee is expected to carry out. Role conflict exists when an employee is torn between conflicting role (eg as a member of the sales team, the employee wants to keep the product prices at a minimum but as a member of the finance team he wants the prices to be high) This leads to a conflict of interest. Role ambiguity refers to the lack of clarity over what an employee's job entails. Role conflict and ambiguity have been linked to high anxiety and job dissatisfaction

    Relationships and Social Support- Lack of support from supervisors/ managers and colleagues have been linked to poor mental health and depression in a number of research studies. Employees may feel isolated which increases their distress

    Change - Organizational change such as introducing new technology, shifting the employee to a new team or even moving the office to a location can be a major source of stress if the change is not handled efficiently and if employees are not consulted in the process
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  • MSc Organisational Psychiatry & Psychology
    Connect - With people around you. With family, friends, colleagues, and neighbors. Building connections will enrich and support you every day

    Be active - Go for a walk or run. Step outside. Garden. Dance. Exercising makes you feel good. Find a physical activity you enjoy and that suits your level of mobility and fitness

    Take notice - Be curious. Catch sight of the beautiful. Remark on the unusual Notice the changing seasons. Savor the moment, whether you are walking to work or eating lunch .Be aware of the world around you and what you are feeling. Reflecting on your experiences will help you appreciate what matters to you

    Keep learning - Try something new. Rediscover an old interest. Take on a different responsibility at work. Learn to cook your favorite food. Set a challenge you will enjoy achieving. Learning new things will give you confidence as well as being fun

    Give - Do something nice for a friend or a stranger.Thank someone. Smile. Volunteer your time. Look out, as well as in. Seeing yourself, and your happiness, linked to the wider community can be incredibly rewarding
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