(207) 553-2260

Beat Burnout Early and Often

What comes to mind when you think of burnout? We can often identify burnout when it has already happened: Real fatigue Complete lack of motivation Decrease in productivity Attitude change that is noticeable to colleagues or our family members Beating burnout, however, requires that we catch it well before it becomes a real threat to our well-being. A key to having some balance between work and personal is being proactive in catching burnout when begins to form—not when it’s about to sink us. What is burnout? When I talk about burnout, the thing I’m thinking about is energy. In my definition, burnout is about expending more energy than we are creating. That’s the first clue: burnout isn’t about some objective measure like number of hours worked or numbers of tasks you complete. It’s an energy debt. Identifying burnout before it
READ FULL ARTICLE

Woman with raised fist
  • “Hannah is solid, very intelligent, and seems to have endless amounts of emotional resilience for her clients.”

    — Abigail, South Portland, Maine —
  • “I left feeling like I had a ‘bag of tools’ to access and felt a sense of empowerment and support.”

    — S., Windham, Maine —
  • “I feel healthier, taller, and truer to myself since starting EMDR.”

    — H., Portland, Maine —
  • “I am still shocked that all of that worry has been lifted. All thanks to Hannah!

    — S.D. —
  • “The work I’ve done with Hannah has been a game changer in my day to day life.”

    — A.M. —
  • “Hannah has been an unwavering source of inspiration and encouragement that has allowed me to discover and be my best self. I feel that anyone would benefit from the guidance she has to offer.”

    — Melissa E. —