Counseling and Psychotherapy of Work Dysfunction

Publisher: American Psychological Association | 1993-01 | ISBN: 1557982058, 155798204X | PDF | 333 pages | 14.07 MB

Psychologists have only recently begun to learn how psychotherapy can be used to help clients achieve a sense of occupational, hence, personal fulfillment. In the past, work distress has too often been pathologized by therapists, examined out of context  viewed solely through the lens of individual psychodynamics. This theory-based book demonstrates the importance of work the work environment while examining common psychological hurdles to occupational happiness. In the first systematic treatment of this topic the author examines current literature proposes a new, clinically useful taxonomy of diagnosis for work-related dysfunction. Numerous case examples illustrate the main areas of the taxonomy the psychotherapeutic techniques most promising for successful intervention. Several broad areas of work dysfunction are examined, including overcommitment burnout, undercommitment fear of success failure, work-related anxiety depression, personality disorders in the workplace. The book also offers guidance for the unique problems faced by artists, writers, others in the creative professions. This essential guide will educate therapists to emerging themes in a critical new area of intervention.


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