Therapist burnout is a pressing issue and self-care is possible only when therapists actively help themselves. This book examines the literature from neurobiology, social psychology and folk psychology in order to explain how therapists suffer from an excess of empathy for their clients, and then presents strategies for dealing with burnout.
In an era of globalisation and Internet commoditisation, salespeople are in danger of becoming irrelevant. This book helps readers understand the five disciplines of change leadership and the keys to a change psychology that turn them into vital assets for their customers and help them achieve explosive sales growth.
This book provides a concise yet thorough and extensive account of the main explanations of violent behaviour. It draws upon sociological and psychological perspectives on violence as part of a coherent approach to the study of a phenomenon that raises wide public concern.
Alcoholism is a disorder characterised by the excessive consumption of and dependence on alcoholic beverages, leading to physical and psychological harm and impaired social and vocational functioning. This book gathers research on this socially and medically destructive disorder; and looks at addiction issues, and forms of treatment.