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Factors affecting the experience of satisfaction and of stress in psychotherapeutic work

Paul Hitchings

Factors affecting the experience of satisfaction and of stress in psychotherapeutic work

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Published by [University of Surrey] in [Guildford] .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.Sc.) (Psychological counselling)-Roehampton Institute of Higher Education, University of Surrey, 1989.

StatementPaul Hitchings.
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Open LibraryOL13938361M


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Factors affecting the experience of satisfaction and of stress in psychotherapeutic work by Paul Hitchings Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preliminary research results on how they perceived their work, conducted in midshowed satisfactory initial motivation, job satisfaction and a relatively low level of professional : Radhika Kapur. Factors affecting job satisfaction, stress and work performance 47 stemming from the negative conditions in the classroom and students’ beh aviour as well as work family interface.

The ability to produce, the quality of the work, the opportunity to learn and express creativity, the sense of pride in their profession, the recognition for a job well done, the ability to work well in a team, the social satisfaction derived from relationships at work, the opportunity to experience personal growth and the rewards from a physically supportive work environment, and autonomy are all factors that impact job satisfaction Cited by: determining successful outcomes of psychotherapy.

The goal of this study was to expand the understanding of not only the therapeutic alliance, but also how other contributing factors such as empathy, experience of the therapist, therapeutic modality, client’s level.

It seeks to focus on factors affecting stress and job satisfaction such as number of work hours, good relations between management and employees, good function of the group and work related to. The control variables (i.e., gender, education, percentage of employment) were entered first, the main effect variables (i.e., z-scores of frequency of work-related stress and the character strengths factor of interest) entered in a second step, and the interaction term between z-scores of frequency of work-related stress and the character strengths factor in a third by: Social work was classified as a scare skill and the retention of social workers is an impor­tant aspect that needs urgent attention.

The research goal of this study was to determine what degree of work engagement and job satisfaction South African social workers experience in their current positions and how this influences job turnover, burnout and the intention to leave the profession.

The study investigated: (a) whether teachers can maintain their positive affect and life satisfaction despite the stress they experience, and (b) the resources that may elicit positive affect and life satisfaction, including self-control as a personal skill and perceived organizational support (by peers, therapeutic staff, and manager) as an Cited by: found that family stress and work-related stress may be interlinked (Moore, ; Crabtree, ).

A Gallup survey asked employees whether they had three or more days in the past. entire experience of work stress. Consequently, this review will examine issues in relation to the experience of both work-related stress and the lodgement of a claim for psychological injury.

1 The terms 'occupational stress', 'work stress', ‘job stress’ and ‘work-related stress’ are usedFile Size: KB. Work-related stress is a growing problem around the world that affects not only the health and well-being of employees, but also the productivity of organisations.

Work-related stress arises where work demands of various types and combinations exceed the person’s capacity and capability to cope. The majority also reported a shift in their attitudes towards their experiences in terms of decreased reactivity, increased curiosity, affect tolerance, patience and self-acceptance, and improved Author: Anthony Keane.

Experts explain the dangers of work-related stress and provide solutions. If you have a cruel boss or rotten co-workers, beware. It may not be just your job that's on the line. Clearly, a work. In a review, Brent D. Rosso, PhD, and colleagues noted that finding meaning in one's work has been shown to increase motivation, engagement, empowerment, career development, job satisfaction, individual performance and personal fulfillment, and to decrease absenteeism and stress (Research in Organizational Behavior, ).

1. Introduction. Stress at work is a ubiquitous and multifaceted phenomenon (Lazarus, ) that is costly for organizations because it contributes to expensive voluntary turnover (Villanueva & Djurkovic, ).Work stress can be a particular problem in customer-oriented fields because employees often experience conflicting demands of the company, supervisors, and customers, and Cited by: classroom factors include extracurricular activities, family problems, work and financial, social and other problems.

Research studies shows that students’ performance depends on many factors such as learning facilities, gender and age differences, etc.

that can affect. Temperature, humidity, ventilation, lighting and noise, hours of work, cleanliness of the work place and adequate tools and equipment are the features which affect job satisfaction. While the desirable working conditions are taken for granted and may not contribute heavily towards job satisfaction.

Measures of work stress and not employee level affect the mental health and well-being of government employees. For governments with responsibility for funding health care services, reducing work stress experienced by their own employees offers potential benefits by improving the health of their workforce and reducing outlays for such by:   The quality of air within an office can have a significant impact on your employees’ health and in turn productivity.

Research carried out by the World Green Building Council recorded an 11% Author: Alan Kohll. relative importance of job satisfaction factors and their impacts on the overall job satisfaction of employees. It also investigates the impacts of pharmaceutical type, work experience, age, and sex differences on the attitudes toward job Satisfaction.

The result shows that salary, efficiency in work, fringe supervision, and co-worker Cited by:   This study explored factors affecting nurses’ coping with transitions. Study findings indicate that transition is a difficult period in nurses’ working life during which they need the strong support from their families, peers, and managers.

The major factor affecting nurses’ coping with transition is Cited by: 8. research indicating job satisfaction for teachers came from interaction with students, and that stress is perceived as a highly subjective, individual phenomenon based on the experience of negative emotions.

It found that morale was viewed as having both individual and group dimensions with qualitative differences, individual morale being. Introduction. Work disability is a major personal, financial and public health burden [].Annual productivity losses from missed workdays due to low back pain (LBP) are estimated at $28 billion in the United States alone [] and LBP is now the leading cause of disability, affecting nearly million people worldwide [].In addition to musculoskeletal disorders (MSKDs) [3, 4], disability from Cited by: According to Kyriacou() teachers experience more work stress than most other occupational groups and according to Pankhurst() they are more distressed than the general population.

Nagy and Davis () have found that junior and secondary school teachers in one place are about as stressed as their colleagues elsewhere. Therefore, there is a need to examine work-related stress among nurses in different countries, and the findings of such studies must be interpreted from the perspective of the socio-cultural surroundings in which they are conducted.

Bibliography. Tehrani N, Ayling L. Work-related stress. CIPD Stress at work Author: Sources. Average life satisfaction may not change much with age, but the contributing factors and how much weight is placed on them certainly does. Older adults do not place as much value on things like status and money as younger people, but they tend to place more value on family relationships and long-term fulfillment from one’s life.

10 Factors That Determine Your Employees’ Satisfaction Levels. There’s no one definition of job satisfaction, and factors contributing to it will depend on the nature of your workplace. For example, a satisfied employee in the manufacturing sector. There’s more to customer satisfaction than customer service.

The most pleasant experience with a person can’t make up for bad food, faulty products, or shipping delays. There are several factors – 10 of which are outlined here – that influence a customer’s decision to return or move on. Aviation maintenance technicians (AMTs) are confronted with many human factors due to their work environments.

Figure Human factors and how they affect people are very important to aviation maintenance. Human Capabilities Human Limitations Environmental Conditions Human-Machine Interface Human Factors Mental State Physical State Emotional.

High levels of work stress are associated with low levels of job satisfaction (Landsbergis, ; Terry et al., ) and job stressors are predictive of job dissatisfaction and a greater propensity to leave the organisation (Cummins, ).

This study examined the relationship between organizational role stress and job satisfactionFile Size: KB. Family and work are inter-related and interdependent to the extent that experiences in one area affect the quality of life in the other (Sarantakos, ). Home-work interface can be known as the overlap between work and home; the two way relationship involves the source of stress at work affecting.

Work stress tops the list, according to surveys. Forty percent of U.S. workers admit to experiencing office stress, and one-quarter say work is the biggest source of stress. A review of the research by Ruyle, Eichinger & De Meuse () identified the following 11 main factors affecting Employee Engagement.

Strategic Alignment – employees work is in line with where the business is going and how it is going to get there 2. Trust in Senior Leadership – Employees believe in, trust and follow senior leaders 3.

Factors Affecting Teachers Motivation Dr. Muhammad Tayyab Alam Head, Department of Research and Development Foundation University College of Liberal Arts & Sciences & Ms.

Sabeen Farid Abstract The study was designed to examine the factors affecting motivational level of teachers at secondary school level in Rawalpindi Size: 75KB. This study seeks to determine whether personal stress is a more significant predictor of burnout, job satisfaction and general health than work stress.

It is hypothesised that personal stress is a more important predictor of burnout, job satisfaction and general health of nurses. Cited by: Job satisfaction is significant because a person's attitude and beliefs may affect his or her behavior.

Attitudes and beliefs may cause a person to work harder or work less. Job satisfaction also impacts a person's general well being for the simple reason that people spend a good part of the day at work. What do employees want from work. There are several factors that must be present in your workplace for your employees to be happy and motivated at work.

They are so fundamental to an employee's well-being that they form the basis for employee motivation, engagement, and retention. Workplaces that lack these factors tend to experience employee Author: Susan M. Heathfield. To be engaged with an organization, employees are looking for purposeful work, career success, and positive relationships.

Organizations need to be able to deliver. During my time at the Influence Greatness event, speakers referred to five factors that have an impact on company culture and the employee experience.

They are: Value Propositions. Work is the second most common source of stress among U.S. adults, just behind money, according to the Stress in America survey from the American Psychological Association.

Sixty percent of. R.V. Dawis, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Predicting Satisfaction and Satisfactoriness.

Job satisfaction is best predicted by the degree to which the work reinforcers of the job match the incumbent's values. Close behind as a predictor is the degree to which the interests characteristic of the occupational group match the incumbent's interests. Teachers have reported increased occurrence of psychological distress, physiological illness, and job dissatisfaction (Kyriacou, ).

Stress can affect teacher capacity to fulfill duties effectively. It incorporates considerable cost in absenteeism, reduced quality of teaching, and has the propensity to negatively impact student learning.Affect consciousness (or affect integration - a more generic term for the same phenomenon) refers to an individual's ability to consciously perceive, tolerate, reflect upon, and express affects.

These four abilities are operationalized as degrees of awareness, tolerance, emotional (nonverbal) expression, and conceptual (verbal) expression of each of the following eleven affect categories. Factors affecting job satisfaction Contrary to popular belief, the most important factor related to job satisfaction in the MENA is not money; it is .