Burnout and Coping Strategies among HIV Counselors - Counseling Psychology
by Getachew, Desalegn
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Provision of annual work leave, maintaining optimal work load, optimal working time, and the like to HIV counselors can perform their tasks with minimal risk of developing job stress and burnout. Thus, GOs and NGOs organizations dealing with HIV counseling shall consider these factors for the well being of the HIV counselors. Identification of HIV counselors at risk of stress and burnout shall be made as early as possible Thus, HIV counselors identified as having burnout and who are in stress full situations shall be referred to further supportive counseling Proper orientation to the potential clients shall be made at each levels of community about the benefits of both types of counseling. In addition, proper orientation on how to make online counseling shall be given through mass media such as ETV, radio, news papers and magazines these will be minimize stress and burnout of HIV counselors.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Desalegn Getachew from Addis Ababa University graduate studies, psychology Institute and my specialization is counseling psychology.
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29 September 2013
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.195 kg