Therapieformen bei Burnout

These are some potential treatments and techniques for reducing burnout:

  • acceptance and commitment therapy
  • adaptol
  • aerobic exercise
  • assertiveness training
  • being your authentic self
  • breathing therapy
  • cognitive therapy
  • counseling
  • electroacupuncture
  • meaningful hobbies
  • meditation
  • mindfulness
  • music therapy
  • papaya
  • problem-solving training
  • Rhodiola rosea
  • sleep
  • spa therapy
  • •strength training

References:

  • A randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group study of the standardised extract shr-5 of the roots of Rhodiola rosea in the treatment of subjects with stress-related fatigue. (Link)
  • A self-referral preventive intervention for burnout among Norwegian nurses: one-year follow-up study. (Link)
  • Acceptance and commitment therapy for the treatment of stress among social workers: a randomized controlled trial. (Link)
  • AFA breathing therapy to prevent burnout for teachers. (Link)
  • An evaluation of the Respiratory One Method (ROM) in reducing emotional exhaustion among family physician residents. (Link)
  • An investigation of the role of non-work-time behavior in buffering the effects of work strain. (Link)
  • Association of an educational program in mindful communication with burnout, empathy, and attitudes among primary care physicians. (Link)
  • Association of spa therapy with improvement of psychological symptoms of occupational burnout: a pilot study. (Link)
  • Avoiding burnout: the personal health habits and wellness practices of US surgeons. (Link)
  • BREATHE: a pilot study of a one-day retreat to reduce burnout among mental health professionals. (Link)
  • Clinical and neurophysiological study of the efficacy of adaptol in the treatment of emotional burn-out. (Link)
  • Counselling for burnout in Norwegian doctors: one year cohort study. (Link)
  • Does mindfulness decrease stress and foster empathy among nursing students? (Link)
  • Effect of a single-session meditation training to reduce stress and improve quality of life among health care professionals: a “dose-ranging” feasibility study. (Link)
  • Effect of web-based assertion training for stress management of Japanese nurses. (Link)
  • Effectiveness of a web-based self-help intervention for symptoms of depression, anxiety, and stress: randomized controlled trial. (Link)
  • Effects of electroacupuncture on stress-related symptoms in medical students: a randomised controlled pilot study. (Link)
  • Free to be you and me: a climate of authenticity alleviates burnout from emotional labor. (Link)
  • Insufficient sleep predicts clinical burnout. (Link)
  • Job burnout and depression: Unraveling their temporal relationship and considering the role of physical activity. (Link)
  • Music programs designed to remedy burnout symptoms show significant effects after five weeks. (Link)
  • Preventing burnout? A systematic review of effectiveness of individual and combined approaches. (Link)
  • Prevention of burnout by stress management. (Link)
  • Recreational music-making: a cost-effective group interdisciplinary strategy for reducing burnout and improving mood states in long-term care workers. (Link)
  • Redox balance signalling in occupational stress: modification by nutraceutical intervention. (Link)
  • Reducing teachers’ psychological distress through a mindfulness training program. (Link)
  • Role of psychological empowerment in the reduction of burnout in Canadian healthcare workers. (Link)
  • Rosenroot (Rhodiola rosea): traditional use, chemical composition, pharmacology and clinical efficacy. (Link)
  • The effect of a cognitive and a physical stress-reducing programme on psychological complaints. (Link)
  • The effects of mindfulness-based stress reduction on nurse stress and burnout, Part II: A quantitative and qualitative study. (Link)
  • The Impact of a Program in Mindful Communication on Primary Care Physicians. (Link)

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