For the interviews, six comparable survey instruments were developed: 2 types of abuse (PFE & HFE) X 3 categories of informants (APS, Victims and Third Parties). The interviewee was asked to write a short narrative describing the incident(s) of abuse including relevant information. Then they answered questions that further probed into the nature of the neglect/ abuse linked to the victim, characteristics of the abuser, society’s response (was it investigated) and any final outcome (Jackson & Hafemeister, 2012). Many cases were not investigated especially in PFE with the only action taken was to offer
There are a number of bridges and barriers to developing a therapeutic relationship with a patient and nursing communication is crucial to efficient provision of quality care for clients (Finke, 2008) I will ensure that Regina is psychologically prepared or her operation and discuss post-operative treatment such as a physiotherapy, agreeing on a treatment plan for the rehabilitation of her knee (Arnold and Underman Boggs
This made me nervous as to how I was going to communicate with her. My mentor stood back in order to allow me to administer the medications and I felt unable to ask the question, “How do I communicate with this patient?”
Communicating therapeutically typically uses a combination of techniques such as empathy, touch, active listening, clarifying and open-ended questioning as noted by Day, J., Levett-Jones, T., & Kenny, R. (2015). Ultimately, it aims to create a space in which the
Upon establishing a therapeutic alliance and building rapport, Adam was insightful in identifying treatment goals for therapy. Stressing the recovery model, Adam and I, were determine to set reachable goals that were attainable during short-term therapy consisting of 12, one hour, weekly sessions.
Carry’s attitude toward treatment and therapy is positive. I am her second therapist, and she was willing to get started right away. She was typically open to feed back, and homework assignments. After our first session, Carry stated “she was happy with me and is eager to see results.” Consequently, she also stated “she has shut people down in the past, but she likes what I have to say, and will take my advice.
Finding a good balance of closeness between the patient and the therapist is somewhat of a struggle between the two parties and it is important to find that perfect
Previously, he worked at a nursing home where he spent a great deal of his time socializing with his patients during their rehabilitation. He understands the importance of listening to the concerns and questions of the patients, and ensures that he builds a trusting relationship with each of them. In order to grow as a therapist, he is always learning something knew from his fellow therapists and doctors which he works closely with.
As a child Antwone experienced severe physical and psychological abuse in his foster home. From only being referred to by a racial slur, being sexually assaulted, beaten and secluded he was inevitably bound to psychological damage. This trauma along with not knowing either of his biological parents made Antwone extremely emotionally vulnerable. This abuse from a young age was the main contributor
The whole reason for a therapeutic relationship is to facilitate a successful patient outcome. Each person is unique and has different needs.
My client is vulnerable and in need have trust in our therapeutic relationship. Heather is generally not an outspoken person therefore I do not take her openness in my sessions for granted. Heather has expressed how much our sessions have helped her so far and that they have become an important part of her life.
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