Part I: Understanding Occupational Stress. Occupational Stress and its Consequences. Identifying the Causes of Your Occupational Stress. Part II: Interventions for Occupational Stress. Primary Level Interventions Aimed at Improving Your Work Environment. Living a Healthy Lifestyle. Developing Effective Time Management Skills. Developing Assertiveness Skills. Developing Effective Interpersonal Skills. Developing Relaxation Skills. Changing the Way You Relate to Your Work. Overcoming Stress Syndromes. Part III: Pulling it all Together. Developing a Self-help Plan. Summary and Conclusions.
Martin R. Bamber is a consultant clinical psychologist, Professional Head of Psychological Therapies for North Yorkshire and York NHS Primary Care Trust and director of MRB Clinical Psychology Services Ltd, a private practice based in York, UK. He is also author of CBT for Occupational Stress in Health Professionals (Routledge).
"This book is not just another book identifying the problems of workplace stress but an outstanding self-help guide that is based on cognitive behavioural therapy. It is focused on the individual, and what you can do to help yourself cope with the stress-related issues in your job... a must read for the many out there who are finding they just can't cope!" - Professor Cary L. Cooper, Lancaster University, UK