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Episode #47 Burnout in the Mental Health Field: A New Perspective on How Supervisors and Professionals Can Help Lift Morale

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Episode #47 Burnout in the Mental Health Field: A New Perspective on How Supervisors and Professionals Can Help Lift Morale
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Episode #47 Burnout in the Mental Health Field: A New Perspective on How Supervisors and Professionals Can Help Lift Morale
Episode #47 Burnout in the Mental Health Field: A New Perspective on How Supervisors and Professionals Can Help Lift Morale
The many crises that have been brought about within our society over the past several years have been nothing short of unprecedented. Between the covid-19 pandemic, the stressors of politics, the rise in mass shootings, are just a few examples of what has drove more people than ever to seek mental health services in this country. This episode we focus on how to keep those in the mental health field from breaking down themselves and maintaining a healthy work life balance. Burnout prevention expert Brittany Hoover ABD, LPC, CCTP, MA, NCC shares with us her research and evidence-based interventions on this topic. She holds a doctorate from the Indiana State University of Pennsylvania and is a doctoral candidate in Counselor Education and Supervision.

Learning Objectives

  1. Describe the origins of the term “burnout”
  2. List the 3 symptoms of burnout
  3. Identify ways in which professionals can engage in burnout prevention
  4. Describe the role that supervisors must take on to prevent burnout

References

  • Morse, G., Salyers, M. P., Rollins, A. L., Monroe-DeVita, M., & Pfahler, C. (2012). Burnout in mental health services: A review of the problem and its remediation. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 39(5), 341-352.
  • Skovholt, T. M., & Trotter-Mathison, M. (2014). The resilient practitioner: Burnout prevention and self-care strategies for counselors, therapists, teachers, and health professionals. Routledge.
  • Yang, Y., & Hayes, J. A. (2020). Causes and consequences of burnout among mental health professionals: A practice-oriented review of recent empirical literature. Psychotherapy, 57(3), 426.
  • Rosenberg, T., & Pace, M. (2006). Burnout among mental health professionals: Special considerations for the marriage and family therapist. Journal of marital and family therapy, 32(1), 87-99.

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