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DissertationBenitti, PeteEmpirical research on the intersection of wellness and higher education leadership is lacking (Bass, 2008; Cioffi, 2018; Riera, 2013). The emotional wellness of leaders is an issue that has received even less attention (Cioffi, 2018). Findings from th . . .
ThesisThe struggle is real but the hussle is deeper: personal resources and the job demands-resources modelSandoval, Rosalyn GraceHuman service employees working in short-term foster care experience a work role that is both challenging and demanding. The nature of this work can lead to high levels of burnout and secondary traumatic stress. Using the job demands-resources model, . . .
ProjectLong, Samantha N.The current study seeks to address foster parents' knowledge of a concept known as Emotional Intelligence, which is a person's ability to label and understand one's own emotions, as well as the emotions of others. This study also seeks to understand f . . .
ThesisRaskin-Li, Julie SkyeChildhood maltreatment, from the ages of zero to 18, is a pervasive adverse experience that continues to affect the lives of many adults. The Department of Health and Human Services reported in 2014, that there were 702,000 cases of child abuse and ne . . .