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by Cary Cherniss

  • ISBN: 0803913397
  • Author: Cary Cherniss
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  • Rating: 4.9 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 197
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc; 1 edition (November 1, 1980)
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  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Psychology
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Burnout - the sudden, depressed loss of interest in and capacity for work - is a particular problem in the social services.

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Burnout - the sudden, depressed loss of interest in and capacity for work - is a particular problem in the social services

Burnout - the sudden, depressed loss of interest in and capacity for work - is a particular problem in the social services. - Social Work in Education, July 1983, Vol 5.

Cherniss seeks the causes of burnout in the individual, in his work, and in. Health Visitor, February 1982, Vol 55 'Cherniss provides . .

Social Work in Education, July 1983, Vol 5.

This is a well-planned book on a fascinating subject which is dealt Burnout - the sudden, depressed loss of interest in and capacity for work - is a particular problem in the social services.

KEYWORDS: Burnout Syndrome, Doctor Health, Emotions, Emotional Management, Subjectivity, Burnout. This causes an overflow that physically manifests itself in the absence of any mental processing, resulting eventually in the triad features of the syndrome

KEYWORDS: Burnout Syndrome, Doctor Health, Emotions, Emotional Management, Subjectivity, Burnout. JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vo. N. 8, November 25, 2014. This causes an overflow that physically manifests itself in the absence of any mental processing, resulting eventually in the triad features of the syndrome. Subjectively, we find the origin of this in the medical ideals that hinder these professionals from recognizing the above mentioned experiences since they consider them as inadequate for the performance of their work and contravene their values.

Cary specializes in the areas of emotional intelligence, work stress, leadership development . A case study in implementing emotional intelligence programs in organizations. Staff burnout: Job stress in the human services. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

Cary specializes in the areas of emotional intelligence, work stress, leadership development, and planned organizational change. He has published over 60 scholarly articles and book chapters on these topics, as well as seven books. Journal of Organizational Excellence, 21 (1), 73-85. Cherniss, C. (1998, April). Professional burnout in human service organizations.

Staff Burnout, Job Stress in the Human Services: Sage Studies in Community Mental Health

Staff Burnout, Job Stress in the Human Services: Sage Studies in Community Mental Health. Sage Publications: London. Survey: service stinks. Frontline service personnel (FSP) play an invaluable role in the marketing mix by directly influencing the customers perception of both the service organization as well as the service quality during the face-to-face delivery service encounter (Ashforth and Humphrey 1993).

In this ethnographic study of a mental health service agency staffed by consumers . Shifting the paradigm in community mental health: Toward empowerment and community.

In this ethnographic study of a mental health service agency staffed by consumers, or fellow recipients of services for serious mental illness, the concept of community narrative provides th. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Rappaport, J. (1993). Narrative studies, personal stories, and identity transformation in the mutual help context. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 29, 239–256.

Is there job satisfaction in community mental health?Community Mental Health Journal, 14.Coping with job stress burnout in the human services. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 46, 864–876.

Is there job satisfaction in community mental health?Community Mental Health Journal, 14, 309–318. Cooper, W. H. (1981). Ubiquitious halo: Sources, solution, and a paradox. Psychological Bulletin, 90, 218–244. Characteristics of staff burnout in mental health settings. Hospital and Community Psychiatry, 29, 233–237. Sarason, S. B. (1977). Work, aging and social change (pp. 209–234). New York: Free Press.

Burnout -- the sudden, depressed loss of interest in and capacity for work -- is a particular problem in the social services. Cherniss seeks the causes of burnout in the individual, in his work, and in society as a whole, examining its dynamics and effects and suggesting preventative measures.

′This is a well-planned book on a fascinating subject which is dealt with succinctly in clear language, encouraging one to read it at one sitting.′ -- Health Visitor, February 1982, Vol 55

′Cherniss provides a comprehensive, basic test of the burnout syndrome that is relevant to social work and makes excellent use of related research.′ -- Social Work in Education, July 1983, Vol 5


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