Dr Amy Imms
The Burnout Project
Helping you recover from burnout.
How burnt-out are you?
Don't do this alone
Burnout is overwhelming and lonely. You suffer quietly, and even your loved ones may not know that every day is a struggle.
Let me hold your hand and guide you. I’ve faced the despair of burnout myself, as I tried to juggle career, kids, and the household mental load. I know how hard it is. I recovered from burnout, and you can too. Just one step at a time.
Burnout counselling is online, so you can access it from the comfort of your own home. It’s confidential, flexible, and provides solutions that are tailored to you.
The online program is self-paced, but can be combined with a counselling package so that you have support and guidance as you progress through it. This ensures that you can put what you learn into action and sustain the motivation you need to make the change you want.
Packages are specifically designed to give you what you need when you’re burnt-out. They embody hope, support, and a little bit of pampering.
Treat yourself, or order a package for someone you’re concerned about – a loved one, a colleague, or an employee.
Practical guidance and self-care indulgence will give you the encouragement you need to recover.
Get the book!
A practical easy-to-read guide to recognising and overcoming burnout and enjoying life again.
“Written with empathy, compassion and understanding, this easy to read guidebook contains practical strategies that inspire hope. I couldn’t put it down!”
– Dr Bambi Ward, medical doctor and mother
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