This book provides practical information to clinicians while remaining accessible to the layperson.
This book offers guidance for treating those who seek help after facing the opprobrium of a hostile workplace. Whether your client has left the abuse or remains under fire, they need a therapist who can offer informed support.
In Counselling People Targeted by Workplace Mobbing senior therapist Richard Schwindt turns his attention to colleagues, filling a gap in the treatment literature, including:
- The dynamics and psycho-social effects of group aggression in the workplace.
- Assessment and crisis management issues.
- Challenges to the role of therapist emerging from the client’s justice seeking.
Addressing common issues in therapy, including anxiety, paranoia, emotional lability, suicidality, and rage.
The book includes the role of familial and avocational protective factors, as well as common outcomes of therapy.
There are helpful resources for clients and clinicians.
Richard Schwindt M.S.W., R.S.W. is a social worker and award-winning writer, with a practice dedicated to those targeted at work. He is author of Emotional Recovery from Workplace Mobbing. This book provides practical information to clinicians while remaining accessible to the layperson.
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