22 грудня 2022 р.
22 грудня 2022 р.
Seminar topic: professional burnout
1. Professional burnout (PF)/emotional burnout (EV)- disease or condition?
The term "burnout syndrome" was coined in 1974 by Freudenberg to describe healthy people who are in intense communication with other people.
Emotional burnout or professional burnout, because it is in the working days (person – to-person profession) that a person can experience emotional exhaustion, which can lead to a deterioration in overall health.
Occupational burnout in the WHO International Classification of diseases is included in the category of factors that affect human health. It's not a disease. But a state of exhaustion can lead to it.
According to the WHO definition, EV can directly relate to work, performance of professional duties, and Ms. Suprun wrote that EV should not be applied to other areas of our life.
Employee burnout is the result of chronic stress at work:
A complex contingent that needs to be worked with, as they say, "on duty" (seriously ill, difficult teenagers, conflict clients, emotionally unstable, suicidal clients)
Emotional burnout can also be triggered by chronic internal stress, in which we drive ourselves: resentment, dissatisfaction with ourselves and others, feelings of guilt, shame, fear, anger, anger, aggression towards the outside world, autoaggression towards ourselves, jealousy, envy, pity for others and self-pity.
2. Causes of PV. Who is most often among the "burned out"
The causes of PV are:
The number of" burned out " most often includes people who are dependent on work – workaholics, perfectionists, empaths, people who have experienced frequent or long-term emotional stress, experienced traumatic events, anxious personalities, dependent personalities, codependent people, people with chronic incurable diseases of the endocrine system, gastrointestinal problems, people with heart problems, vascular problems.
3. Stages of PV.
J. R. R. Tolkien Greenberg (psychotherapist, author of the book "Stress Management") identified 5 stages of burnout:
At this stage, the employee is satisfied with everything. Both work and payment. It is filled with enthusiasm. But over time, the professional activity begins to bring less pleasure and the employee's energy becomes less.
Stage "fuel shortage"
Signals that require the employee's attention: fatigue, apathy, sleep problems, appetite. A person may feel disappointed. If the employer or the employee himself does not find additional motivation, then the employee loses interest in the case and the "love" for working in this organization disappears and the productivity of this employee's activities decreases. At this stage, withdrawal from professional obligations may occur.
But the employee can be motivated by S / P, vacations, etc. "sweets". And a person can continue to burn drunk on internal resources, but in the negative of their health.
Work without rest, sacrifice, workaholism, public needs at first glance, and chronic altruism can lead to physiological symptoms: weakness, decreased body resistance, and the appearance of diseases .
There are also psychological experiences:
All chronic diseases begin to worsen, as if the body is telling you that it's time to stop and stop working to spite yourself. At this stage, a person loses his ability to work, because he goes on sick leave. Feelings of dissatisfaction with yourself, your efficiency and quality of life increase. Often at this stage, accusations of everyone and everything begin, aggressiveness to the world or autoaggression appears, that is, anger directed at yourself, feelings of guilt , shame, fear
Stage "breaking through the wall"
The employee may find himself in a serious condition, diseases are gaining severity, serious incurable diseases may appear that can threaten a person's life.
4. Diseases that can be caused by PV:
5. Ways /methods of self-help to prevent PV
Self-development trainings, personal psychotherapy, working out difficult emotional situations, stresses, injuries, which often people hang on to, or suppress emotions that they can experience in such situations and show them not in their pure form,but through toxic feelings of envy, resentment, guilt. Personal introspection and self-control, introspection of their reactions to stressful/conflict moments, reading the necessary literature that would form a common set of values for the entire team is also important.
WAYS TO DEVELOP YOUR OWN EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: