NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, vol.36, pp.152-158, 2016 (Peer-Reviewed Journal)
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NURSE EDUCATION TODAY
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Interpersonal sensitivity, Coping, Automatic thought, Cognitive-behavioral theory, Counseling, Nursing students, DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS, SELF-ESTEEM, THERAPY, INTERVENTION, STRATEGIES, EFFICACY, THINKING, TRIAL
Background: In order to provide optimal professional care to patients, nurses must possess a positive self-image and professional identity. High interpersonal sensitivity, coping problems and dysfunctional automatic thoughts can prevent nursing students to be self-confident and successful nurses. Helping nursing students experiencing interpersonal sensitivity problems via cognitive-behavioral counseling strategies can contribute to shape good nurses.