“Burnout has long been a problem in mental health workplaces and remains so despite much research and considerable knowledge of it amongst professional employees. Despite working in this sector employees struggle to avoid burnout and we wanted to study how work places could improve support,” said Ledingham.
For the study, a total of 55 mental health workers — mental health nurses, psychologists, mental health occupational therapists, social workers, psychiatrists, and counselors — wrote about their experiences in a qualitative questionnaire on their beliefs, attitudes, and perceptions about burnout and how these tend to impact their well-being at work. In addition, 12 participants completed in-depth interviews.
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