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Compassion Fatigue In Combat Trauma-Related Work Settings: Does It Matter?
(International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS), 2016)
Abstract: This study investigated the levels of compassion fatigue among psychotherapists working in a war zone region in northern Uganda. A cross sectional design was used. Psychotherapists (n = 207) from northern Uganda ...
Emotional Intelligence as Predictor of Compassion Fatigue among Mental Health Practitioners
(Open Access Library Journal, 2019)
More than half of the professionals working with vulnerable population in high-income countries suffer from compassion fatigue, which has detrimental effects on mental health practitioners’ wellbeing. This study was aimed ...
Compassion Fatigue: A Study of Psychotherapists’ Demographics in Northern Uganda
(International Journal of Academic Research in Psychology, 2016)
Psychotherapists are often required to provide a high degree of care to clients which can result in physical and psychological complaints often referred to as compassion fatigue. The aim of this cross sectional study was ...