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Vicarious Trauma (VT) has been relevant in the psychotherapy profession since McCann and Pearlman (1990) developed this concept to describe the negative and traumatic impact therapists can experience when working with clients’ traumatic material.…

Research shows that people who work in the field of social services are facing heavy caseloads and inadequate supports in their daily life. The emotional and physical workloads can lead to burnout that directly causes ineffectiveness of work. …

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Most therapists are confronted with feelings of insufficiency, helplessness and even anger if a therapy is not successful. Feelings of shame often prevent the therapist to come in contact with his own countertransference during a supervision session.…

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El estrés representa una de las principales causas de pérdida de productividad, deterioro del funcionamiento y problemas graves de salud en el dominio somático y psicosomático (Salonen et al. 2008). Aún así, el burnout parece constituir un tema…

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Therapists who come into contact with traumatised individuals are at risk of absorbing their distress resulting in their own psychological injury. There is a variety of factors that increase the likelihood of this happening and it can be argued that…

Trauma treatment training programs were conducted in the former Yugoslavia for Bosnian and Croatian mental health workers. A method was developed for measuring and evaluating compassion fatigue and burnout among the trainees, and an efficient system…

Trauma treatment training programs were conducted in the former Yugoslavia for Bosnian and Croatian mental health workers. A method was developed for measuring and evaluating compassion fatigue and burnout among the trainees, and an efficient system…
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