Stress Reduction Programs Offered in Hamilton
Job demands, shaky relationships, illness and financial concerns can all cause a great deal of stress. And stress can cause or worsen many types of health conditions. If you struggle to manage your stress levels, Atreyi Mukherji, MD, can help.
A specialist in integrative medicine, Dr. Mukherji has helped many patients reduce their stress levels through counselling, proper nutrition and behavioural changes. If you’re interested in joining a stress reduction program in Hamilton, read on to learn more.
Why Is Stress Management Important?
Stress impacts you both physically and psychologically. You’re probably familiar with some of the most common symptoms of stress, such as fatigue, nausea, irritability and muscle tension. But did you know that long-term stress can actually make you sick? In some cases, high-stress levels over prolonged periods of time can lead to cardiovascular issues, gastrointestinal problems, depression and anxiety.
Who Can Benefit From Our Programs?
While anyone can benefit from improved stress management, some people may need a little more help than others. If you suffer from health conditions like the following, you may benefit especially from taking one of our stress reduction programs:
- Autoimmune disease
- Chronic fatigue
- Fatty liver
- Heartburn/acid reflex
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Multiple sclerosis
To feel better, both physically and emotionally, you have to learn effective methods of preventing stress and caring for your mind and body. Dr. Mukherji can help you do just that.
How Do the Programs Work?
Atreyi Mukherji, MD, offers three different stress reduction programs in Hamilton to meet your specific needs. You can choose Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR and Biofeedback sessions. See below for more details on these programs. These programs are covered by your OHIP insurance plan.
If you would like to learn more, please ask your doctor to refer you to Dr. Mukherji at Aviva Medical Specialty clinic in Stoney Creek. The phone number is 905-662-3303; the fax is 905-662-3304. We look forward to helping you take control of your health and improve the quality of your life.
Living Life To The Full
"helping you to help yourself"
This group course uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to teach new skills; for coping with stress and improve problem solving skills. Over 90% of participants report reduction in their anxiety, depression and improvement in their general well-being.
Individual Health Counselling
- Health Behaviour Change
- Coping with Illness
Transform Your Stress and Create Better Health and Resilience