Relación del mindfulness, inteligencia emocional y síndrome de burnout en el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje: una revisión sistemática

  • G. González-Valero
  • P. Puertas-Molero
  • I. Ramírez-Granizo
  • M. Sánchez-Zafra
  • JL. Ubago-Jiménez
Palabras clave: inteligencia emocional, Síndrome del Burnout, Mindfulness

Resumen

La inteligencia emocional es importante en la forma en que las emociones son adquiridas, procesadas y reguladas. Uno de los posibles riesgos psicosociales es el síndrome de Burnout, entendiéndose como el cansancio emocional. El mindfulness, es una práctica que nos hace tomar la conciencia de los sucesos internos que sentimos, donde se adopta una actitud de aceptación propia. El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo realizar una revisión sistemática que aborden las relaciones entre la inteligencia emocional y el síndrome de Burnout, a través de la práctica de Mindfulness. La búsqueda se realizó en la Web of Science, que tras aplicar los criterios de inclusión y exclusión se obtuvo una muestra de 22 artículos entre los años 2000-2017. Como principales conclusiones se expone la estrecha relación entre aspectos psicosociales y emocionales, pues los procesos estresantes difieren con la inteligencia emocional, hecho que se controla con el Mindfulness.

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27-10-2019
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