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eBook: Understanding and Managing Corrections Officer Stress

COs’ high-stress jobs affect their mental health, often leading to burnout, PTSD and suicide. Here’s how to understand and manage stress.


In collaboration with American Military University

By Corrections1 BrandFocus Staff

While COs focus on improving the lives of prisoners and the public, more needs to be done to help them deal with job stress.

In fact, it’s common for COs to suffer from burnout and PTSD due to interaction with prisoners and other issues at work. This leads to apathy, which can be dangerous for employees, offenders and the public.

In this free eBook, you’ll learn to:

  • Identify the right mental health clinician
  • Improve emotional intelligence to handle stress
  • Recognize burnout in yourself and colleagues
  • And more!

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