What we do matters.
EHS specializes in counseling and life coaching services to those who work in the Entertainment Industry, focusing on the compounding pressures of balancing life with stress specific to the entertainment world. Our counselors have the experience to understand the demands that often come with working in the entertainment industry and treat individuals struggling with various conditions.
EHS aims to build upon each individuals unique skills and strengths to help them build the life and career they always dreamed of. We strive to offer affordable and accessible counseling services, utilizing Telehealth video sessions for those who travel or have unusual work hours and scholarship programs for those who may have financial barriers.
Call us to book your appointment today. Limited number of scholarship slots available for those that qualify. It’s never too late to start enjoying life again while reaching for the stars!
We want to help!
Relief from Depression, Anxiety, Grief and Loss
Effective Communication Skills
Conflict Resolution (keeping the peace on tour, in the office, or at home)
Drugs and Alcohol
Family Dynamic Support
Adjusting to major life changes
Entertainment Industry Life coaching
Creating and navigating the life you truly want
Industry Leadership Effectiveness (transforming teams through leaders)
Time management and productivity
Organizational skills and goal-setting
Discovering the power within to make life changes
Identifying, strategizing, and overcoming obstacles
Cultivate greater joy, excitement, and happiness in your life
Evaluating and eliminating negative factors that do not serve you, allowing you to thrive (setting boundaries)
Advancing creativity in entertainment career
Finding balance and calm (stress management)
Increasing focus, purpose, and intentional living
Personal development: overcoming low confidence and insecurities
Next Level Workshops
Workshops are geared towards entertainment industry related teams and leaders. We focus on the impact of mental health and relevant strategies in bringing your team to the Next Level! This unique industry is often demanding and keeping your head in the game is key to success. The cost of burnout often flies under the radar until there is a show stopping crisis.
Our past workshop opportunities have included organizations like Creative Artists Agency (CAA), MusiCares, Belmont University, Centricity, and TKO Artist Management.
Contact us to set up your next workshop or luncheon seminar.
The Work/Life Unbalance in Entertainment
Mental Health 101
Your Brain on Social Media/Technology (coming soon)
Head in the Game: Improving Performance (coming soon)
In Perfect Harmony: Team Collaboration
A few common areas of concentration:
Some Possible Symptoms to Consider:
Overwhelming feelings of sadness, anxiousness, or emptiness
Persistent feelings of hopelessness or negativity
Decreased energy or motivation
Difficulty focusing, concentrating, or remembering things
Unusual oversleeping or difficulty sleeping
Loss of interest in activities once enjoyed
Increased irritability or restlessness
Changes in appetite (over eating or loss of appetite)
Thoughts of suicide or past attempts
Many people with depression don't have the typical symptoms. Learn about the causes and treatment of atypical depression, with symptoms that include weight gain, sleeping too much, and feeling anxious.
Surge of overwhelming panic
Feeling of losing control or going crazy
Heart palpitations or chest pain
Feeling like you're going to pass out
Trouble breathing or choking sensation
Hot flashes or chills
Trembling or shaking
Do you have difficulty controlling alcohol consumption
Your drinking has caused problems with relationships (family, friends, intimate relationships...)
You have problems at work or school because of your drinking, such as being late or not going at all
You drink in risky situations, such as before or while driving a car
After drinking, you can't remember what happened while you were drinking (blackouts)
You have legal problems because of your drinking, such as being arrested for harming someone or driving while drunk (intoxicated)
You get hurt or you hurt someone else when you are drinking
Your friends or family members are worried about your drinking.