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BU Burnout

Burnout

Offer your patients tools to reduce or prevent stress. In this module for people suffering from burnout, patients map their complaints, personal situation and goals. By doing this, they learn to understand the origin of their complaints. Together with your patient you will work on challenging thoughts, worrying less and improving time-management skills. Help yourRead more...
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Use this burnout module to help your patient getting a better grip on life.
Henri√ętta Dijkstra
Treatment Manager
DisordersBurnoutCare typesTreatment
About the module

Contains the Distress Thermometer and success registration.

Target audienceYoung adultsAdultsElderly people
Author

Karify

Care areaMental Healthcare
All prices are including vat
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Offer your patients tools to reduce or prevent stress. In this module for people suffering from burnout, patients map their complaints, personal situation and goals. By doing this, they learn to understand the origin of their complaints. Together with your patient you will work on challenging thoughts, worrying less and improving time-management skills. Help your patient to get a better grip on his life.

  • Set up in 4 phases
  • Based on cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Usable both online and blended
  • Define your own pattern of alternation with face-to-face contacts
  • Provide online feedback
  • One-on-one contact via secure messages

The module Burnout consists of 4 phases:

  • Phase 1: Understanding my problems
    In this phase, the patient becomes aware of his symptoms and their origin.

 

  • Phase 2: Self care and stress
    The focus of this phase is reducing the amount of stress and to prevent stress in the future. The patient gets to work on different areas of life. Attention is paid to daily structure, sleeping, eating, exercise and stress. Furthermore, the patient starts monitoring his amount of distress by filling in the Distress Thermometer.

 

  • Phase 3: Changing your thoughts
    Recognizing and changing negative thought patterns is an important part of this treatment. This is done on the basis of a thought record and registration of successes.

 

  • Phase 4: Looking ahead
    This is the final phase of the treatment. The patient writes down the elements of the treatment that helped him and states goals for the future. Also, a relapse prevention plan is drawn up.