It is just silly to pretend that mental health professionals do not experience the same issues and struggles that their clients and patients do. We all have periods of down time, or burnout. The good news, is that it is fairly predictable, and following a few guidelines can help you avoid the problem. Check this list to see if you are considering the idea that your stuck, and how to get past it so you can give healthy advice to those you serve! Dont be afraid, we all go through periods like this..
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Many people receive help from therapist, counselors, doctors, and the like. So who do you turn to when you are one of those providers, doing what you love, but burned out? You are only human. Everyone has an empty cup sometimes, but when you are usually the filler of the cup, how do you get your cup refreshed? It may be a prevention issue, and here is a brief article with some tips to avoid complete and total burnout in the mental health profession specifically…