The Poetics of a “Check Out” Place: Preventing Burnout and Promoting Self-Renewal
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This article emphasizes the importance of a “check out” place within a professional therapist’s life in order to prevent burnout and promote positive wellness and self-renewal. Three time periods-past, present, and future-are concentrated on and specific metaphorical and poetic exercises that clinicians can use in dealing with each are recommended.
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