01 SES 05.5 PS, General Poster Exhibition
General Poster Session during Lunch
Counselling is a very broad and complex area and is thus dependent on emotional distress which can consequently be the cause of stress. In their professional work counsellors in schools and other educational institutions are in constant contact with students, parents, teachers and administrative workers that are under stress caused by different situations and are thus simultaneously experiencing stress themselves. If educational counsellors are stressed for longer periods of time, burnout can occur in forms of decreased feeling of personal fulfilment, emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation. It is therefore important that appropriate methods and strategies for dealing with stress which can prevent the burnout phenomenon are made available to educational counsellors. In this paper an important method for dealing with stress and the consequent burnout in educational counsellors is presented – namely supervision. The focus is set on results of a systematic scientific research dealing with burnout of educational counsellors, where the impact of supervision on burnout phenomenon of educational counsellors in primary schools is emphasized.
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