Burnout Among Sexual Minority Mental Health Practitioners: Investigating Correlates and Predictors

@article{Viehl2017BurnoutAS,
  title={Burnout Among Sexual Minority Mental Health Practitioners: Investigating Correlates and Predictors},
  author={Cory J Viehl and Franco Dispenza and Rafe McCullough and Kan Guvensel},
  journal={Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={354–361}
}
Burnout is a significant concern that results in negative outcomes for both mental health practitioners (MHPs; e.g. counselors, psychologists, social workers) and their clients. Viehl and Dispenza (2015) found that sexual-minority-identified MHPs reported higher rates of burnout when compared to heterosexual-identified MHPs. To continue understanding what factors contribute to burnout among sexual-minority-identified MHPs, we used Internet survey procedures to explore possible correlates and… CONTINUE READING

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