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Professionstillhörighetens påverkan. En studie om olika professioners syn på roller i behandling av ångest

Sönmez, Sükran LU (2014) SOPA63 20132
School of Social Work
Abstract
Abstract
Author: Sükran Sönmez
Title: The professional affiliations impact– a study on how different professionals view roles in treatment of anxiety [translated title]

Anxiety disorder is characterized by constant and overwhelming worry and fear which can be paralyzing. The aim of this study was to explore how professionals perceive the different roles in treatment of anxiety based on the professional identity and in demarcation of other professionals. A qualitative method was used in this study. Three different in-depth interviews were conducted with one psychologist, one psychiatrist and one counselor, all experienced professionals in treatment of anxiety disorders. The social identity theory and Hasenfelds theory on human service... (More)
Abstract
Author: Sükran Sönmez
Title: The professional affiliations impact– a study on how different professionals view roles in treatment of anxiety [translated title]

Anxiety disorder is characterized by constant and overwhelming worry and fear which can be paralyzing. The aim of this study was to explore how professionals perceive the different roles in treatment of anxiety based on the professional identity and in demarcation of other professionals. A qualitative method was used in this study. Three different in-depth interviews were conducted with one psychologist, one psychiatrist and one counselor, all experienced professionals in treatment of anxiety disorders. The social identity theory and Hasenfelds theory on human service organizations were used to analyze the empirical data. The conclusion of this study is that different professional view anxiety and roles based on their academic background and work related experience. There is a difference in the views of treating young adults with anxiety amongst the different professional groups. The aim of this study was not to draw conclusions on any professional affiliation, it is a presentation in regard to those who have been a part of this study. (Less)
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Sönmez, Sükran LU
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SOPA63 20132
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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anxiety disorders, young adults, professionals, Hasenfeld, social identity
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Swedish
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4360339
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  abstract     = {Abstract
Author: Sükran Sönmez
Title: The professional affiliations impact– a study on how different professionals view roles in treatment of anxiety [translated title]

Anxiety disorder is characterized by constant and overwhelming worry and fear which can be paralyzing. The aim of this study was to explore how professionals perceive the different roles in treatment of anxiety based on the professional identity and in demarcation of other professionals. A qualitative method was used in this study. Three different in-depth interviews were conducted with one psychologist, one psychiatrist and one counselor, all experienced professionals in treatment of anxiety disorders. The social identity theory and Hasenfelds theory on human service organizations were used to analyze the empirical data. The conclusion of this study is that different professional view anxiety and roles based on their academic background and work related experience. There is a difference in the views of treating young adults with anxiety amongst the different professional groups. The aim of this study was not to draw conclusions on any professional affiliation, it is a presentation in regard to those who have been a part of this study.},
  author       = {Sönmez, Sükran},
  keyword      = {anxiety disorders,young adults,professionals,Hasenfeld,social identity},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Professionstillhörighetens påverkan. En studie om olika professioners syn på roller i behandling av ångest},
  year         = {2014},
}