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The Resilient Practitioner Burnout and Compassion Fatigue Prevention and Self-Care Strategies for the Helping Professions

Author: Thomas M Skovholt; Michelle Trotter-Mathison
Publisher: Berlin Taylor and Francis 2016
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- About the authors -- Professions under the resilient practitioner umbrella -- Preface -- Skovholt practitioner professional resiliency and self-care inventory, 2014 version -- PART I -- 1 Caring for others versus self-care: The great human drama -- Self-reflection exercises -- 2 Joys, rewards, and gifts of practice -- Joys of practice -- Rewards of practice --
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas M Skovholt; Michelle Trotter-Mathison
ISBN: 9781138830035 1138830038
OCLC Number: 1020668056
Accession No: EBC4415661 (DE-599)GBV848660862
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Contents: About the Authors Professions Under the Resilient Practitioner Umbrella Preface Skovholt Practitioner Professional Resiliency and Self-Care Inventory, 2014 version Part One 1. Caring for Others Versus Self-Care: The Great Human Drama 2. Joys, Rewards, and Gifts of Practice 3.The Cycle of Caring: Core of the Helping Professions 4. The Elevated Stressors of the Novice Practitioner 5.Hazards of Practice 6.Hemorrhaging of the Caring Self: Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, Vicarious Trauma, Ambiguous Endings and Professional Uncertainty Part Two 7.What is Human Resilience? 8. Sustaining the Professional Self 9.Sustaining the Personal Self 10. The Eye of the Storm Model of Practitioner Resiliency 11. The Evolving Practitioner from Early Career Anxiety to Later--Usually--Competence Thomas M. Skovholt and Michael H. Ronnestad 12. Burnout Prevention and Self-Care Strategies of Expert Practitioners Mary Mullenbach and Thomas M. Skovholt 13. Epilogue 14. Self-Care Action Plan Acknowledgments References Index

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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- CONTENTS -- About the authors -- Professions under the resilient practitioner umbrella -- Preface -- Skovholt practitioner professional resiliency and self-care inventory, 2014 version -- PART I -- 1 Caring for others versus self-care: The great human drama -- Self-reflection exercises -- 2 Joys, rewards, and gifts of practice -- Joys of practice -- Rewards of practice -- Gifts of practice -- Self-reflection exercises -- 3 The Cycle of Caring: Core of the helping professions -- Caring: A precondition for an effective helping relationship

The Cycle of Caring -- The cycle in summary -- Self-reflection exercises -- 4 The elevated stressors of the novice practitioner -- The core novice stressor - so much ambiguity -- Trekking with a crude map -- Acute need for positive mentoring vs. orphan stress - critical mentor - novice neglect -- Glamorized expectations -- Intense evaluation and illuminated scrutiny by professional gatekeepers -- Porous emotional boundaries -- Ethical and legal confusion -- Acute performance anxiety and fear -- The fragile and incomplete practitioner self -- Summary -- Self-reflection exercises

5 Hazards of practice -- Difficult elements of our gratifying work in the helping professions -- Hazards summary -- Self-reflection exercises -- 6 Hemorrhaging of the Caring Self: Burnout, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma, ambiguous endings, and professional uncertainty -- Burnout -- Lack of clarity: What really is burnout? -- Work of Maslach -- Seven sources of burnout -- Meaning and caring burnout -- Compassion fatigue -- Vicarious trauma -- Ambiguous endings -- Professional uncertainty -- Summary -- Self-reflection exercises -- PART II

7 What is human resilience? -- The dramatic increase in psychology in the use of the terms resilience and resiliency -- Werner and Garmazey, grandparents of resilience research . . . and a nod to Maas -- Resilience: The ability to bounce back -- Balancing caring for others and caring for self -- Losing one's innocence about the assertive need for self-care -- The need for more self-care at times of personal crisis or excessive stress -- Codependency and self-care -- Psychological wellness as an ethical imperative -- Self-reflection exercises

8 Sustaining the professional self -- Sustained by meaningful work -- Maximizing the experience of professional success -- Avoid the grandiosity impulse and relish small "I made a difference" victories -- Think long term -- Creating and sustaining an active, individually designed development method -- Professional self-understanding -- Creating a professional greenhouse at work -- Using professional venting and expressive writing to release distress emotions -- The "Good Enough Practitioner" -- Understanding the reality of pervasive early professional anxiety

Increasing intellectual excitement and decreasing boredom by reinventing oneself

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