How can Voice Dialogue help with recovery from, and prevention of burnout?
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Anita Roelands & Robert Stamboliev
Almost 16% of employees in organizations in the Netherlands experience burnout complaints (Hooftman et al). With an employed labor force of 8.7 million people, this means more than 1.3 million people (CBS). As a coach, you will regularly come across people who walk around with burnout complaints. With coaching you can mean a lot to these people. However, you may have noticed that you cannot always start working with your method immediately, simply because you notice that clients are too tired for psychological work. This article provides guidance on how to check when you can effectively start using your methods. We also discuss the question of what you can do for people with an (impending) burnout before you start working with your client with therapeutic methods.