This poster aims to provide participants with research findings about the influence of burnout and mentoring support on scholarly productivity among pretenured counseling faculty members. Burnout was negatively associated with scholarly productivity. Mentoring support moderated the association between burnout and scholarly productivity. Implications for promoting scholarly productivity at both the individual and institutional levels will be addressed.
Participants will understand the unique and multiple challenges of pretenured counselor educators and negative consequences of burnout.
Participants will identify the importance of mentoring on promoting scholarly productivity of pretenured counselor educators.
Participants will gain insights on factors influencing scholarly productivity, and create ideas on effective strategies for preventing burnout and facilitating mentoring in academia.
Penn State University