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Empowering staff: The path to improving morale. Shuford, John A. Mar 1, 2019 2745
When a Smile Gets You Inside: Engaging the Oppressor in Service of Resistance. Barksdale, Faith Jan 1, 2019 1292
Un-cuff the unhealthy behaviors: Investing in wellness for the good of all. Ryder-Grebel, Michelle; Borello, Daryl Jul 1, 2018 3267
Easily broken, hard to fix: How well do we manage morale? Webster, Daryl Mar 1, 2018 2024
Our most valuable asset: Correctional employees: As a profession, we need to take control of our health. Gondles, Elizabeth Mar 1, 2018 1731
An entire generation craves professional development. Geiman, Diane Mar 1, 2018 945
Helping ourselves: Working together to promote staff well-being. Peters, Colette S. Guest commentary Nov 1, 2017 860
BURNOUT: Managing staff burnout and vicarious trauma in the workplace. Shively, Randy Nov 1, 2017 4135
Asking important questions: what keeps you motivated in your profession? Thelen, Rory A. Jul 1, 2017 1215
CORRECT: insights into working at correctional facilities. Khajuria, Kavita Feb 1, 2017 765
Preventing suicide in correctional officers. Marchese, Joseph J. Sep 1, 2015 1039
Psychological capital: who you are, and what you can become. Eggers, John T.; Brown, Robert M., Jr. Jul 1, 2013 1119
Correctional workers and stress: providing mental health support. Thurston-Snoha, Bonnie-Jean; Mora, Louis Ernesto Dec 1, 2011 2566
Psychological safety influences relationship behavior. Eggers, John T. Report Feb 1, 2011 1199
Stressors and burnout among correctional staff. Lambert, Eric G.; Hogan, Nancy L.; Jiang, Shanhe; Jenkins, Morris Report Jun 22, 2009 7559
The impact of psychological profiling of Australian correctional officers. Lough, Jonathan; Wald, Elise; Byrne, Kenneth; Walker, Gordon Jul 1, 2007 3868
The Correctional Mental Health Screen (CMHS) and the Brief Jail Mental Health Screen (BJMHS) are two effective tools for mental health screening for corrections. Leone, Lisa Brief article Jul 1, 2007 204
Emotional intelligence and how it contributes to officer safety. Manzella, Leonard; West, Bruce Jun 1, 2003 1153
Reducing stress for officers and their families. Wells, Doris T. Apr 1, 2003 1253
Correctional contradictions: a structural approach to addressing officer burnout. Tracy, Sarah J. Apr 1, 2003 2916
How to reduce stress construction costs in designing correctional and detention environments. Gross, James F.; Suarez, Manuel J. Apr 1, 2003 2476
Prison treatment staff burnout: consequences, causes and prevention. Garland, Brett Dec 1, 2002 3967
The bureau of staff enrichment: employees are our most valuable resource. Wilkinson, Reginald A. Jun 1, 2002 2715
The Correctional Officer: One of Law Enforcement's TOUGHEST Positions. Gillan, Thomas Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 2335
Correctional compassion fatigue: overwhelmed corrections workers can seek therapy. Janik, James Dec 1, 1995 1162
Critical incident debriefing helps keep staff balanced. Davis, Michael Dec 1, 1994 681
Changing our approach to managing stress. Hudson, Arthur Apr 1, 1994 630
Helping prison staff handle the stress of an execution. Vasquez, Daniel B. Jul 1, 1993 763

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