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Achtsamkeit und Prävention

  • Claudia MeßtorffEmail author
  • Stephanie Kurzenhäuser-Carstens
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Zusammenfassung

Dieses Kapitel beschäftigt sich mit der präventiven Wirkung von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen in der Arbeitswelt. Dazu werden einleitend die zentralen Wirkmechanismen von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen dargestellt. Um die Wirksamkeit von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen in der arbeitsbezogenen Psychosomatik geht es in den folgenden Abschnitten, insbesondere im Zusammenhang mit Themen wie Stress, Burn-out, Sucht, Schmerz und Schlaf. Neben den beeindruckenden krankheitspräventiven Wirkungen, die Achtsamkeitsinterventionen haben können, werden auch positive Effekte auf die psychologische Leistungsfähigkeit beschrieben. Abschließend werden aktuelle Befunde zur Umsetzung von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen im Arbeitsleben zusammengefasst. Inzwischen werden sehr viele unterschiedliche Typen von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen und -trainings für den Arbeitskontext angeboten; um die Auswahl in der Praxis zu erleichtern, werden auf der Grundlage aktueller Studien eine Reihe von Empfehlungen zur Gestaltung von Inhalten und zeitlicher Dauer von Achtsamkeitsinterventionen formuliert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Claudia Meßtorff
    • 1
    Email author
  • Stephanie Kurzenhäuser-Carstens
    • 1
  1. 1.Hochschulzentrum HamburgFOM Hochschule für Oekonomie & ManagementHamburgDeutschland

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