Title

Philophonetics counselling for prevention of burnout in nurses

Document Type

Journal Article

Publisher

Southern Cross University

Faculty

Regional Professional Studies

School

Regional Professional Studies CSESS

RAS ID

908

Comments

Originally published as: Sherwood, P., & Tagar, Y. (2002). Philophonetics counselling for prevention of burnout in nurses. Australian Journal of Holistic Nursing, The, 9(2), 32. Original article available here

Abstract

Nurses who have self-reported burnout rate their experiences prior to and after the intervention to reveal significant reductions in their burnout experience on all items. Philophonetics counselling interventions address feelings of victimization, disorientation, loss of decision making power, lack of interpersonal boundaries and disconnection from one's inner being and one's internal resources.

 
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