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Author Carter, Leigh A.,
Title Self-care for clinicians in training : a guide to psychological wellness for graduate students in psychology / Leigh A. Carter and Jeffrey E. Barnett.
Imprint New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2014]
©2014.

Author Carter, Leigh A.,
Subject Clinical psychology -- Study and teaching (Graduate)
Clinical psychology -- Study and teaching (Internship)
Clinical psychologists -- Training of -- Psychological aspects.
Medical students -- Life skills guides.
Graduate students -- Mental health.
Alt Name Barnett, Jeffrey E.,
Description 1 online resource (xviii, 224 pages)
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Introduction -- Part I: Beginning the Self-Care Journey -- Tuning in and Assessing for Symptoms, Risk Factors, and Warning Signs -- Chapter 1: Exploring Your Sources of Distress -- Chapter 2: Addressing Problems with Professional Competence -- Chapter 3: Are You at Risk of Burnout? -- Chapter 4: Risks of Clinical Work with Trauma -- Part II: Establishing Lifestyles of Self-Care -- Practices, Strategies, and Plans -- Chapter 5: The Great Juggling Act -- Learning to Strike a Balance Between Your Professional and Personal Life -- Chapter 6: Get a Great Mentor Now! -- Chapter 7: The Graduate School Marathon -- Goal Setting, Time Management, and Creating Realistic Expectations for Success -- Chapter 8: Developing Your Self-Care Plan -- Chapter 9: Ready, Set, Go! Getting Started with Self-Care Now -- Chapter 10: An Inside Look at Self-Care Practices of Graduate Students -- Part III: From Individual to Community and Beyond -- Fostering Networks of Self-Care -- Chapter 11: Caring for Ourselves and One Another -- Chapter 12: Creating a Culture of Self-Care in Your Graduate Program -- Conclusion -- Resources -- References -- Notes -- Index.
Summary "Self-care for Clinicians in Training: A Guide to Psychological Wellness for Graduate Students in Psychology assists readers in recognizing the challenges and stressors common to being a graduate student and instructs them in maintaining a career-long lifestyle of self-care. Successfully navigating graduate school requires much more than completing coursework and clinical experiences; graduate students in psychology make countless sacrifices and dedicate what may feel like a never-ending amount of time and energy in the pursuit of professional training. As such, many students put their own needs and well-being on hold or overlook them entirely. This can negatively impact coursework, clinical work, as well as one's relationships and health. This book teaches how to recognize risk factors that contribute to problems with psychological and emotional functioning and highlights preventative and reparative strategies that foster a lifestyle of self-care. The authors also encourage readers to consider self-care and psychological wellness beyond themselves, expanding to monitoring the well-being of peers and establishing cultures of self-care within their training programs. This book will be an essential resource to students in psychology graduate programs as well as those across the mental health professions."--Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9780199335367 (electronic bk.)
0199335362 (electronic bk.)
0199335354 (paperback ; acid-free paper)
9780199335350 (paperback ; acid-free paper)
OCLC # 880902153
Additional Format Print version: Carter, Leigh A. Self-care for clinicians in training, Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2014 0199335354 (DLC) 2014001793 (OCoLC)881385739.


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