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Analyze own feelings and fears
Preinteraction phase
Define goals with the patient
Introductory/orientation phase
Determine why the patient sought help
Introductory/orientation phase
Explore feelings of loss and separation
Termination phase
Evaluate patient stressors
Working phase
Formulate a contract
Introductory/orientation phase
Gather data about the patient
Preinteraction phase
Overcome resistance
Working phase
Promote insight and behavioral change
Working phase
Review goal attainment
Termination phase
When a person sends double messages or verbal and nonverbal message that do not agree, it is called ___ communication.
Incongruent
Reflection of the content of a patient's communication back to him is called ___.
Reflection
The responsive dimension of ___ is the ability to see the patient's world from her point of view and communicate this to the patient.
Empathy
A ___ occurs when a nurse goes outside the limits of the therapeutic relationship and establishes a social, economic, or personal relationship with a patient.
Boundary violation
Guidelines for self-disclosure
1. Cooperation
2. Learning
3. Catharsis
4. Support
Elements that should be included in a nurse-patient contract
1. names of individuals
2. roles of nurse and patient
3. responsibilities of nurse and patient
4. expectations of nurse and patient
5. purpose of the relationship
6. meeting location and time
7. conditions for termination
8. confidentiality
Dependency by a patient on the nurse for getting better and coping with life
Transference
Encouraging a patient to talk about her feelings related to her brother's death
Catharsis
Having a patient assume the part of her husband when talking with the nurse about her marital problems
Role playing
Irritation and disgust evidenced by a nurse toward a patient who is not responding to the treatment plan
Countertransference
Refusal by a patient to discuss early events as they relate to her current depression
Resistance
Sharing the observation with a patient that he asks to be treated as a responsible adult but has not been able to keep his last three jobs longer than a month
Confrontation
Volunteering to prepare and serve meals at a local homeless shelter
Altruism
Frued
Psychoanalytical
Rockland
Supportive therapy
Ellis
Existential treatment
Spitzer
Medical treatment
Sullivan
Interpersonal treatment
Szasz
Social treatment
Psychoanalysts believe that behavior problems in adulthood are cause by
inadequate resolution of developmental conflucts
___ is the verbalization of thoughts as they occur without any conscious screening or censorship.
Free association
Interpersonal theorists believe that behavior problems arise from ___.
interpersonal relationships
The drives for ___ and ___ are critical to a person's psychological health according to the interpersonal model.
The drive for satisfaction and the drive for security
Social theorists believe that deviant behavior is caused by ___.
social conditions
The community mental health movement is an example of the ___ model of psychiatric treatment.
social
Existential theorists believe that behavior problems arise when ___.
one is out of touch with oneself or the environment
The existential therapeutic process focuses on the ___.
importance of experience in the present and the belief that humans find meaning through their experiences
Supportive therapy theorists believe that behavior problems arise from ___.
biopsychosocial factors
In supportive therapy a therapist plays an ___ role and regards the patient as a ___ in the treatment process.
active and directive role; partner
Medical model theorists believe that behavior problems arise from ___.
Biological disease process.
A significant contribution of the medical model has been ___.
the continuous search for causes of mental illness using the scientific process
The classification system used in the medical model to diagnose psychiatric illness is the ___.
DSM-IV-TR
Homeostasis
hypothalamus
Memory
hippocampus
Space between brain cells
synapse
Dream sleep
REM
Manufactures norepinephrine
locus ceruleus
Neurotransmitter precursor
Tryptophan
Functional neuroimaging techinique
PET
Movement
basil gangila
The microenvironment that protects the central nervous system from large molecules, toxins, and peripheral chemicals is the ___ and ___ barriers.
Blood brain and blood-csf barriers
Communication between neurons in the brain is called ___.
neurotransmission
The scientific field made up of many disciplines that has revolutionized our understanding of mental illness is called___.
?
The network of internal clocks that times and coordinates events within the body according to a 24-hr cycle is called ___.
circadian rhythm