Thriving, burnout, and coping strategies of early and later career counseling center psychologists in the United States

  title={Thriving, burnout, and coping strategies of early and later career counseling center psychologists in the United States},
  author={Wonjin Sim and Gina Zanardelli and Mary Jo Loughran and Mary Beth Mannarino and Clara E. Hill},
  journal={Counselling Psychology Quarterly},
  pages={382 - 404}
We interviewed seven early career psychologists (ECPs) and seven later career psychologists (LCPs) employed at university counseling centers in the United States about their experiences with thriving, burnout, and coping. We analyzed the data using Consensual Qualitative Research. Typical factors that contributed to thriving included recognition for achievement and the climate of counseling center and campus, although the latter was more important for ECPs than LCPs. Typical factors that… 
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