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Assessing Wellness in Psychology: Examples from Medicine

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Assessing Wellness in Psychology: Examples from Medicine The practice of psychology can be stressful (Hannigan, Edwards, & Burnard, 2004). Commonly reported stressors include excessive work, concerns about poor management, excessive, competing responsibilities, a lack of resources, self-doubt (Hannigan, Edwards, & Burnard, 2004), long hours, compassion fatigue, and secondary traumatization around working with patients who have […]

Individual and Organizational Influences on the Well-Being of Psychologists

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Psychologists engaged in clinical work, like all health professionals, are subject to multiple demands and stressors that at times in their careers can lead to burnout. These stressors include emotional labor of building and maintaining relationships with clients (i.e., attending to their distress, monitoring and regulating one’s own feelings); risk of secondary traumatization in hearing […]

Elusive Connections Between Cancer and Emotions: A Distressing Journey for Psychologists and Their Patients

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

Author Note Ana Laura Thomat, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, State University of New York, 750 East Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210 Roger P. Greenberg, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, State University of New York, 750 East Adams St., Syracuse, NY 13210, 315-464-3120, greenber@upstate.edu Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Roger […]

Self-Renewal for Correctional Psychologists: Common Challenges and Successful Solutions

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

*The views and opinions contained in this essay are those of the authors only and do not reflect the views and opinions of the Federal Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice, or the Catholic University of America. Introduction Professional psychologists practicing in corrections assume a wide range of roles. They deliver psychological services to inmates […]

Job Strain and Burnout in Military Psychology

Written by wisnet-ad on December 5, 2019

In the wake of nearly 15 years of sustained combat, military psychologists remain heavily employed. The intensity of this employment as well as the unique demands placed on psychologists serving in the military has contributed to job strain and subsequent burnout (Linnerooth, Mrdjenovich, & Moore, 2011). Some have attributed this to operational tempo and nature […]

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