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Psychiatry of Workplace Dysfunction: Tools for Mental Health Professionals, Managers, and Employees
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Committee on Work and Organizations
Oxford University Press / Softcover / 2018-01-01 / 0190697067
Psychiatry / Workplace / Organisations
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176 pages
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Work is essential to healthy and adaptive human psychological functioning. The work ethic couples work and reward in order to endow work with meaning, and a healthy workplace supports relationships and behaviors that promote a strong work ethic and cohesive group function, therefore both
accomplishing the overall goals of the workplace and enhancing the mental health of individual workers. Research has shown that attending to workplace relationships and engaging employees increases productivity, creativity, and loyalty, yielding both short-term and long-term benefits. Disruptions of
these relationships can lead to significant impairment in performance and deterioration in workers' mental health. However, the tools that managers once relied upon to restore relationships have been weakened-in part because of technology, globalization, and litigation.

Psychiatry of Workplace Dysfunction describes key drivers that disrupt the workplace environment and provides strategies and tools to address problematic behaviors and emotions that place the mental health of employees at risk and reduce the effectiveness of the organization. The principles
discussed in this book are designed to foster high-functioning workplace relationships, and the authors' psychiatric training, coupled with the breadth of their collective years of business and legal consultation experience, offers unique wisdom about developing and sustaining a relationship-focused
perspective at work. These insights integrate cutting-edge information with existing research and understanding of the psychological dynamics of the workplace - all clearly presented to speak to an audience of mental health professionals, managers, and employees alike.

The Committee on Work and Organizations, Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry is made up of the following. Andrew O. Brown, MD, is Department Psychiatrist with the Boston Police Department and Immediate Past President of the Academy of Organizational and Occupational Psychiatry. Christopher Thomas Flinton, MD, is PGY-3 Psychiatry Resident at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. Brian L. Grant, MD, is President and Medical Director, Medical Consultants Network and Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Washington Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Duane Hagen, MD, is Chair Emeritus of the Department of Psychiatry at Mercy Hospital. Ben Hunter, MD, is Medical Director of Out-patient Services, Skyland Trail. Barbara Long, MD, PhD, is Chair of the GAP Committee on Work and Organizations in Consultation Private Practice. Daven Morrison, MD, is GAP Committee Member: Work and Organizations. Jerrold M. Post, MD, is Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, Political Psychology, and International Affairs and Director of the Political Psychology Program at The George Washington University. Sean Sassano-Higgins, MD, is Medical Director with Santa Clarita Valley Psychology and Psychiatry Board of Directors, OCD SoCal, Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation and Adjunct Professor, University of Southern California. Len Sperry, MD, PhD, is Professor at Florida Atlantic University.

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