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Reboot Habits: Unlearning Unhealthy Work Patterns

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Are you feeling overwhelmed by the demands of your work, finding it hard to switch off, and experiencing high levels of stress? If so, it's time to break free from unhealthy work patterns and create a more balanced and productive work-life routine. Join our insightful session to gain practical strategies for reducing work stress and improving your well-being.


Our speaker, Reo, is a registered counselor with expertise in trauma psychology. She is dedicated to promoting understanding of mental health challenges and providing actionable strategies for creating healthier work habits.

Understanding Unhealthy Work Patterns

Unhealthy work patterns can have a significant impact on our mental and physical well-being. Constantly working long hours, experiencing high levels of stress, and neglecting self-care can lead to burnout, anxiety, and a host of other issues. It's important to recognize these patterns and take steps to break free from them.

Practical Strategies for Change

During the session, Reo will share practical strategies that can help you unlearn unhealthy work patterns and create a more sustainable, balanced approach to work and life. These strategies include:

  • Setting boundaries: Learning to say no to unreasonable work demands and establishing clear boundaries between work and personal time.
  • Prioritizing self-care: Recognizing the importance of self-care activities such as exercise, meditation, and relaxation in maintaining overall well-being.
  • Time management: Understanding the value of efficient time management and prioritizing tasks to reduce stress and improve productivity.
  • Seeking support: Recognizing the importance of seeking support from colleagues, managers, or professional counselors when feeling overwhelmed by work-related challenges.

How October Can Help

If you're looking for additional support and resources to improve your mental health and well-being at work, October provides educational and supportive content that can complement the strategies shared during the session. Our digital group sessions, assessments, and mental health content can provide valuable insights and practical tips for managing work-related stress.

Remember, while October provides valuable resources, it's important to seek help from a licensed healthcare provider for clinical needs. If you're struggling with significant mental health challenges, don't hesitate to reach out to a professional for support.


Join us for this informative session and take the first step towards unlearning unhealthy work patterns. By creating a more balanced and sustainable approach to work, you can significantly improve your well-being and overall quality of life. Embracing change and prioritizing your mental health is a crucial step towards a more fulfilling work experience. See you at the session!

Remember, if you need further assistance, October is here to support you with a range of resources and support. Take care of your well-being, and don't hesitate to reach out for help when needed.

Head over to the Live Forest now or browse more Archived Forest content in the library.

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