Burnout is a national phenomenon on the United States, effecting between 60% and 78% of healthcare professionals (21) across a variety of settings. Burnout results in increased cost to the healthcare industry, significantly decreased quality of patient care, and increased malpractice claims. At the same time, healthcare providers are increasingly under demands to their time that limit their ability to access wellness resources to mitigate the effects of burnout, such as outpatient psychotherapy. In order to address this growing crisis and respond to the specific needs of healthcare providers, we have utilized the biological basis and six skills comprising the Community Resiliency Model (CRM) to create a brief, three-session, in service training to provide wellness skills to these providers. We shortened the CRM training from its current five-day training, into a three hour training would allow for the skills to be transmitted to healthcare providers in order to decrease their levels of burnout and improve their wellness and coping skills.
School of Behavioral Health
Susanne B. Montgomery
Adam L. Arechiga
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD)
Year Degree Awarded
Date (Title Page)
Library of Congress/MESH Subject Headings
Burnout, Professional; Psychotherapy; Health Personnel
ix, 45 p.
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White, Ann, "Community Resiliency Model Treatment Manual for Loma Linda University Healthcare" (2022). Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects. 1746.
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