Self-care, Stress, Counseling Students
Self-care behavior is recognized as an important component for the helping professional who practices in the field of counseling or who is training to become a helping professional. Occupational stress and burnout in the field of counseling is of great concern. This study examined the practice of self-care among master level counseling students to determine their present level of self-care behavior and its impact on their level of stress. A survey was conducted and the results indicated that lower levels of self-care increased levels of stress among master level counseling students.
Mayorga, Mary; de Vries, Sabina; and Wardle, Elizabeth Ann, "The Practice of Self-Care among Counseling Students" (2015). Counseling and Guidance Faculty Publications. 5.