Employee Counselling Today: Volume 5 Issue 1

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

Traumatic Stress: An Occupational Hazard

Ken Rivers

Describes the nature, causes and incidence of stress in theMetropolitan Police and the development of the welfare service into awelfare and counselling service. The…

Danger: Drugs at Work: WHY COUNSELLING COMES LAST

Kenneth Eckersley

Because addiction is a secretive activity, the first awarenessoutside the family is mainly at work, where rising costs of absentecism,injuries, damage to, and stealing of…

Chronic Low Back Pain: A Consequence of Misinformation?

M.J. Rose, J.P. Reilly, B. Pennie, P.D. Slade

Proposes that, in large measure, chronic low back pain is a resultof inappropriate information given to acute low back pain patients. Thisinformation leads patients into…

Managing Work Stress: A KEY ISSUE FOR ALL ORGANIZATION MEMBERS

Marie McHugh, Shirley Brennan

Presents evidence on the prevalence of work stress and the apparentreluctance of many to recognize the interdependence of individual andorganizational health. Consequently…

Stammering: Communication and Employment

Christopher Kilmurry

Describes the problem of stammering and ways in which stammererscan be encouraged to face up to, and to come to terms with, theirdysfluency.

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited