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    Developing a treatment plan with a mindfulness of patient’s perspectives would assist a nursing professional to deliver more effective health outcomes. In order to achieve desirable goals, the health professionals need to focus on recognising the patient’s current physical and mental problems, needs, personal values and experiences (Bridges et al., 2013). Patient education has a significant impact on the patient and the next of kin to inform about the mental health disorders, purposes of taking prescribed medication, and the side effects. This process would promote the psychological and physical well-being of the patient, improves self-efficacy throughout the course of treatment and more importantly meet the patient’s needs in terms of holistic care that attributes to the quality of interpersonal relationship, self-management and competence…

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    The Therapy of Arts Orthodox medicine and therapy have been the mainstream of all psychiatric treatment. While upon researching I found out about a new approach and form of therapeutic treatment. Art therapy is the new approach to therapeutic treatment for psychiatric disorders, emotional problems or physical disorders or illness. This type of therapy involves people using an expressively creative outlet involving forms of art. Art Therapy in comparison to medication and therapy is successful…

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    Trent Patrick Dr. Moloney SOC 350 October 9, 2015 Concept Application 2 Involuntary Psychiatric Treatment For my Concept Application I chose an article from TIME HEALTH CARE that discusses a study released in February of 2015. This study is relevant to our topic discussion on involuntary psychiatric treatment and how several states are benefitting from forcing people into out patient care. I found that this article very interesting since it covers the topics we just got finished with in class.…

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    “Oh, I have been in this group for more than 12 years” shared by a gentleman from a gambling anonymous (GA) group that I attended as a homework assignment. My first impression for group psychotherapy is that group will help people to reduce stress level without knowing how, why or what group counseling actually is. With the limited knowledge regarding group counseling, I am surprised to learn how much impact a support group can have for each person who participates. During the first lecture,…

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    History of Group Work Group work is a wide-ranging training implementing the presentation of awareness and ability in operating a group to support an inter-reliant group of people to accomplish their shared objectives, which may be social, interpersonal, or related to the occupation. The history of group work began in the early 1900’s. There were many theorists who contributed to the evolution of group work. A few will be mentioned from the 1900s and a couple will be mentioned that have recently…

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    The Therapist: Transference and Transparency The Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy Therapy is a book written by ( Yalom D. Irving) it serves as a guideline on how to conduct group therapy. Therapy is an element of care that brings about change, however it is critical to note change would never occur without the exchanges that take place between the therapist and the client. In previous chapters, Yalom, instructs us of how to conduct group therapy and what techniques should be…

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    majority that suffer from mental or psychiatric disorders in the United States do not get the treatment and attention they need often because of the excessive cost of therapy and prescription drugs (Anxiety and Depression Association of America, n.d.). The long term effects of a mental or psychiatric disorder that goes untreated, can be detrimental to a person 's overall well-being. With the prevalence of mental disorders being so high, many researchers have turned to a treatment that would be…

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    Department of Health Services, 2014). Hospitals in the county have been working towards common goals to help reduce unhealthy alcohol use in the community. Misuse of alcohol has many repercussions including violence, injury, death, fetal harm and miscarriage. Risk factors include culture, community, relationships, individual health factors, depression, PTSD, effects of trauma. Substance abuse contributes to social, physical, mental and public health problems. Many people struggling with…

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    CTEC From Old to New Mental asylums weren’t always to help individuals, they were once a place where people were abandoned and left untreated. Almost everything about psychiatric hospitals and asylums have changed in the last 100 years. Some of the most dramatic changes are how people were treated, why they were put into the hospital in the first place, and the gruesome ways they treated those illnesses. I would say most asylums have changed for the good. Mental hospitals and asylums have…

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    SUICIDE MONITORING AT WORCESTER RECOVERY CENTER & HOSPITAL Jason kiragu Mount Wachusett community college Worcester state recovery hospital (WRCH) is a psychiatric facility that focuses on care and treatment of individuals with mental illness. For my focused clinical based project, I explored the topic on suicide monitoring at the facility. Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States (Santis, Myrick, Lamis, Pelic, 2015). In Santis et al.’s (2015) an article reviewing…

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