Being a successful business person can certainly be taxing and take its toll on your well being, both physically as well as emotionally. Women tend to bear the brunt more when it comes to juggling between personal and professional responsibilities than men, who traditionally have a more limited role to play in the home. As a consequence, many business women seek professional help from therapists to help them to deal with high levels of stress in their daily lives.
In fact, personal therapists have been around for a long time and their skills have been utilised to the fullest both by men and growing numbers of women. However, with new age remedies and alternatives being in fashion lately, there has been a rather interesting trend developing with many high flying women tending to ditch their trusted therapists and instead opting for psychically gifted individuals.
Call it a fad or a personal preference; psychics have never seen a business boom quite like it. Since the swinging sixties psychics and mediums have been around; many celebrity stars are also known for seeing psychics. Now they form a part of the mainstream thanks to many corporate business women who have begun to use their services regularly.
The term that has been coined to describe psychics that serve as therapists is “intuitive therapists”. They offer their professional services for consultation on a wide spectrum of issues ranging from business decisions, marital issues, even down to fertility problems. You will find most of the top therapists based at some of the most prestigious spas and hotels all across the UK with even Selfridges and Harrods joining the bandwagon.
You could make a personal appointment or utilise technology with a telephone psychic reading, while being in any part of the world. Sounds pretty interesting?
Psychics treat their elite clientele through the use of their sixth sense combined with a personal analysis of the patient and apt advice. In fact, they have grown so much in popularity of late that they are recommended by clients the same way as hairstylists and physical trainers are.
In these increasingly competitive times this can be seen as another resource that helps successful women the world over to stay a step ahead of the competition and keep that stress at bay.