Work Conflict ResolutionWe all deal with conflict at work, it is a normal aspect of our careers and employment scenarios. However, when such conflict surpasses the threshold of what we are normally accustomed to our mental health suffers a decline. Some typical examples of stress at work include being bullied, being denied of opportunities for growth, being isolated, or being exposed to unreasonable work conditions/demands. When this type of pressure comes from your direct boss and you fear for your job stability, the impact on your health can reach even higher intensities. If any of this applies to you, the single worse strategy that you can employ is that of avoidance, or the expectation that somehow, magically, things will work themselves out. What often ends up happening is that, by the time you decide to reach out for help, your psychological resources have already taken their toll and you are running low on psychological capital. Properly dealing with and resolving conflicts is something that Dr. Hugo Stevenson can help you with by making sure that you are able to clearly establish the nature and the causes of what is happening to you at work, and by helping you act from a position of empowerment that helps you face rather than avoid the conflict.