Dr. Ritu Sharma and Himangi Tiwari
The social work profession can be psychologically demanding, and social workers are at risk of experiencing burnout and poor psychological well-being. Psychological capital has been shown to play a protective role in the well-being of individuals. This study aimed to investigate the impact of psychological capital on psychological well-being among social workers and the role of its four dimensions. A sample of 100 social workers completed questionnaires, assessing their psychological capital and psychological well-being. The data were analyzed using correlation and regression analysis. The results of this study indicate that psychological capital is positively associated with psychological well-being of social workers. The findings of this study leave implications for the field of social work, as interventions aimed at enhancing psychological capital may be effective in promoting well-being among social workers.
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