This special issue of the Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment will emphasize self-care practices for clinicians and researchers.
Vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue, and burnout are serious conditions related specifically to professionals serving clients in trauma-related situations.
Researchers examining catastrophes and trauma-related events are also susceptible to secondary traumatic stress.
The guest editors seek submission of manuscripts highlighting innovative self-care practices.
Articles reporting evidenced-based self-care practices, new innovative models, and case-studies are welcome. First-person practice notes from clinicians and teaching notes from educators are also requested.
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Authors interested in submitting manuscripts for this special issue are encouraged to contact the guest editors by phone or by e-mail prior to the submission deadline to discuss ideas for manuscripts.
Further guidelines for submitting manuscripts can be found here.
- Editor: Michael.E Sherr, Middle Tennessee State University (Michael.Sherr@mtsu.edu)