Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Well-Being in Staffs of Addiction Treatment Centers

This study was aimed to investigate relationship between self-efficacy and well-being in staffs of addiction treatment centers in Tehran city. The study population included all staffs of addiction treatment centers in Tehran city that 130 people were selected by cluster random sampling. The research instruments used were Ryff's scales of psychological wellbeing and Self-Efficacy Questionnaire that data was analyzed by using Pearson's correlation coefficient. Self-efficacy has significant relationship with growth and development, autonomy and meaningful connections while relationship between self-satisfaction, spirituality and joy was not significant. The ability to find meaning and purpose in life and pursue their orientation all of which are in contrast to happiness, well-being are important aspects that can have significant effect on self-efficacy.


Hanieh Mehdizadeh Hanjani, Majid Dastres, Hamid Reza Mirshekari, Ali Zaman Moniri

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