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Mental Health Information
November 2016 - Vol. 20 Issue 13
Published by athealth.com
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- Is Stress Getting to You?
- Are You Burning Out?
- Mental Health Workers Don't Recognize Their Own Burnout
- Healing Thyself
- Burnout and the Brain
- What Supershrinks Can Teach Us
- Relationship Between Burnout and Depressive Symptoms
- From Burning Bright to Simply Burned Out
- What I Wish I Had Known: Burnout and Self-Care in Our Social Work Profession
- Clinicians’ Perceptions of How Burnout Affects Their Work
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- Use countertransference productively in the therapeutic relationship
- Identify and apply ethical standards in therapy
- Discuss the most common ethical errors for therapists
- Recognize what kinds of information should be included in client records
- Identify common ethical concerns related to technology and counseling
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1. Is Stress Getting to You?
Do psychologists practice what they preach when it comes to dealing with stress? Not necessarily.
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2. Are You Burning Out?
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SOCIAL WORK - BUFFALO UNIVERSITY
3. Mental Health Workers Don't Recognize Their Own Burnout
Some mental health workers find it difficult to recognize their own burnout and even when they do they struggle to admit it to others.
4. Healing Thyself
What barriers do psychologists face when considering personal psychotherapy and how can they be overcome?
5. Burnout and the Brain
Using cutting-edge techniques, integrative research teams are demonstrating that burnout is not just a state of mind, but a condition that leaves its mark on the brain as well as the body.
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6. What Supershrinks Can Teach Us
People matter to us. We want to make a difference. We’re dedicated to helping people overcome the problems that bring them to treatment, to make it possible for them to enjoy healthier, happier, more productive lives.
7. Relationship Between Burnout and Depressive Symptoms
When using the person-centered approach, burnout and depressive symptoms seem to cluster together and develop in parallel.
CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW
8. From Burning Bright to Simply Burned Out
Counselor burnout. With increasing caseloads, managed care headaches, mounting paperwork and the ever-present stress of listening to other people’s tales of despair all day before going home to play with the kids at night, it is an issue that many in the counseling profession take very seriously.
9. What I Wish I Had Known: Burnout and Self-Care in Our Social Work Profession
A frequent statement heard from a therapist who treasured his clinical work, teaching, and writing was: “They feel better, but I surely do not.”
THE NEW SOCIAL WORKER
10. Clinicians’ Perceptions of How Burnout Affects Their Work
Clinicians reported specific ways that burnout affects work, including empathy, communication, therapeutic alliance, and consumer engagement.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
Privacy is a fundamental right, and it is the responsibility of all therapists to keep client information private. Today, psychotherapists must make thoughtful decisions about whether and to what extent they will incorporate electronic technology into their professional lives. To practice ethically, therapists who use digital and other technology must develop privacy and confidentiality protocols.
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