Self-compassion and psychological health among psychologists
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This research examines the role of self-compassion in promoting psychological health among Australian psychologists and psychology trainees. The first study found that self-compassion predicted depression and stress in a sample of 198 trainee and practising psychologists, and that emotion regulation difficulties mediated these relationships. In the second study, a novel online self-compassion training program was developed, and its feasibility and effectiveness for improving psychological wellbeing and reducing psychological distress among trainee psychologists was evaluated.
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Self-Compassion, emotion regulation and stress among australian psychologists: Testing an emotion regulation model of self-compassion using structural equation modelingFinlay-Jones, Amy; Rees, Clare; Kane, Robert (2015)Psychologists tend to report high levels of occupational stress, with serious implications for themselves, their clients, and the discipline as a whole. Recent research suggests that selfcompassion is a promising construct ...
Self-Compassion Online: A Pilot Study of an Internet-Based Self-Compassion Cultivation Program for Psychology Trainees.Finlay-Jones, Amy; Kane, Robert; Rees, Clare (2016)Objective: The current study sought to conduct a preliminary investigation of the effectiveness and feasibility of a novel, self-guided online self-compassion training for reducing psychological distress and increasing ...
Thøgersen-Ntoumani, C.; Dodos, L.; Chatzisarantis, Nikos; Ntoumanis, N. (2017)Background: Self-compassion may protect individuals experiencing poor body image and associated maladaptive outcomes. The purpose of the study was to examine within-person associations (whilst controlling for between-person ...