accomplishment, lower levels of depersonalizationoExtraversion and conscientiousness were negatively correlated with emotional exhaustion and positively correlated with reduced personal accomplishmentoAgreeableness was neg correlated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalizationoThose who serve single schools are found to be more satisfied, less inclined to burnout, see selves as more effective than colleaguesoRecent research has shown most SPs are satisfied with their jobsReducing Professional Stress:oBeing assigned to just one schooloPay attention to well-being of self and colleaguesoProfessional time-outs (individual substitutes primary professional activity for alternative activity)oInvolvement in state SP committees and other leadership activities, conf. attendanceoChanging the organization of the schooloPeer support groups to alleviate isolationConsidering a Job ChangeoBook: Stay or Leave (Gale & Gale 1989)5 Criteria for why high performers move to new positions:Limited personal growth opportunitiesRestrictions that inhibit ability to do best workPersonality conflicts with superiors and coworkersInsufficient recognition or compensationEconomic realignments, mergers, or acquisitions (school consolidations)oDissatisfaction has been related to lack of clarity on the jobRoles in Alternative Settings:5 – 31 % of SPs work outside of schools (frequently those with doctoral degrees)10 – 60 % of doctoral-level grads are employed in schoolsTeachers in Higher Education InstitutionsoMost familiar role is trainer of SPsoMore flexibility, less paperworkoLack of opportunity to spend time helping children directly
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oOther opportunities include teaching at community college or 4 year univ in program other than SPoWorking with college-aged students who have disabilitiesMedical: Position with medical school or with medical personnel in the area (pediatrician, etc) on social, psychological, behavioral, and educational dev and assessmentDay Programs & Residential Settings: address needs of children who are emotionally disturbed, dev delayed, or trouble with law enforcementMental Health Centers:oCommunity Health CentersoEngage in family consultation, parent training, family therapy using SPs usual repertoireoIncreased homeschool collaborationPrivate Practice:oFew SPs are involved in private sector on a full-time basisoOnly 5% of doctoral-level SPs were engaged in full-time private practiceoMay increase in the future due to cutbacks in public education funding, increase in PsyD programsoAttractive bc it represents higher income possibilities than schoolsHow many hours willing to workFees charged and actually collectedAbility to attract clientsAdditional overhead expensesoOffers more professional independence, but also financial riskHuman Resource Development: motivating employees, improving quality of work environment, increasing level of job satisfaction (would need training in human dev across the life span)Retirement – plan for it as soon as you begin!
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