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Veterinary Industry: things I'll need.... 3. Optimism & Resiliency - one and the same?

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Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 08 March, 2016

We often hear about being more optimistic or resilient, but what does this actually mean? And are they just the same thing and derive from just thinking positive thoughts? The answer to this is no. While optimism is the basis of positive thinking, there...

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Posted by Nadine Hamilton, Positive Psych Solutions
 

Veterinary Industry: things I'll need..... 2. Understanding my Personality

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Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 25 February, 2016

So what does your personality have to do with the way you work, communicate, or deal with stress? The answer to this is simply "quite a lot!". When you think about it, there are lots of different personality styles out there. Some people have an optimist...

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Veterinary Industry: things I'll need..... 1. Coping Skills

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Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 16 February, 2016

We talk about 'coping' and 'coping skills' all the time, but what do they actually mean - especially for those working in the veterinary industry?And is it possible to learn 'coping skills'?...

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Posted by Nadine Hamilton, Positive Psych Solutions
 

Everyone needs proactive strategies for coping in the veterinary industry

Everyone Needs Proactive Strategies Fro Coping In The Veterinary Industry
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 11 February, 2016

Veterinarians have long been considered the guardians of animal welfare and health, however, their role has increasingly become more diverse, which is reported to increase pressure on this occupation. Additionally, the hardships of working within the vet...

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Posted by Nadine Hamilton, Positive Psych Solutions
 

Work in the veterinary industry? You need to understand compassion fatigue

Work In The Veterinary Industry You Need To Understand Compassion Fatigue
Posted in 1. Mental health resources at 05 November, 2015

Compassion Fatigue has been described as the "cost of caring for others in emotional and physical pain. Compassion fatigue can be described as an emotional or spiritual exhaustion that takes over an individual. It is a state of tension and preoccupation w...

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Posted by Rosie Overfield, CCG
 
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