Technostressology, the study of technostress as a modern disease where people experience technological stress, eustress, and distress when they cannot adapt to or cope with information technologies in a healthy manner including, those persons whose interaction with technology is excessive, and threatens to absorb their attention above all else, and consequently has a negative impact on the well-being of the user referred to as the behaviour of technology-addiction, and techno-psychotherapy the term used as a treatment or method for managing and coping with techno-stress and techno-addiction in Technostressology.
Sean D. Waters
Sean D. Waters, Stress Specialist Practitioner, DAIS, AdvDip UNISA and founder of Stress Less Clinic renders specialized coaching, mentoring and consulting services related to all aspects of the stress response, stress reaction including burnout and physician burnout. The Clinic provides specialized services to both individuals and companies.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Technostressology, technostress, Techno-addiction, Techno-psychotherapy
PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHIATRY / Applied Psychology