School psychologists participating in a workshop on burnout completed Freudenberger's Burnout Questionnaire (1980), identified major job‐related stressors, and responded to a list of suggested supervisory, individual, and organizational strategies for prevention. Slightly less than half of the participants appeared on the questionnaire to have burnout problems. Age, years of experience, and sex were not significantly related to the burnout score. Major identified stressors included excessive caseloads, lack of time, and lack of support or appreciation. Reactions to the strategies were positive and hopeful. Implications for training were drawn.
|Number of pages||5|
|Journal||Psychology in the Schools|
|State||Published - Oct 1982|