Mental health nurses are like regular nurses except they focus on the specific target of mental illnesses in mostly teens and adults. Mental health nursing/psychiatric nursing is a good profession to go into because of its good salary, health care benefits, and rewarding social interaction with people who need it most. There are many challenging parts to this profession, but there are just as many rewarding parts. The duties of a mental health nurse depend on where they are located, but they all
are more than just people to talk to. They help with words, compassionate connections, and with no use of medication. Although, counselors do not tell their clients what they can and cannot do, instead they do suggest a couple of things for their health, their own good, and their well-being. Educationally, anyone who wants to become a successful therapist
Case Study Counseling Plan u08a1 Assignment Brenda J. Owens COUN 5225 – Human Sexuality Abstract The case study of Sara and Amy was selected to develop a counseling plan. This couple is in a lesbian and bi-racial relationship, Sara is Caucasian and in her early thirties and Amy is African American and in her late thirties. This couple has lived together for 1year and resides far away from both of their families of origin. Both are employed, however Sara recently lost
APA style writing, which has not only benefitted me through graduate school but will continue to benefit me into my career path. Today, APA Style sets the bar that is well respected in journals, books, and electronic databases (American Psychological Association, 2012). I found this course beneficial because much like each of my other courses, it further refined my skillsets for my pursuit of clinical administrative work and research on autism and speech in the field of speech-language pathology.
Module 1 Assignment 3 Summarized the behavior you consider unethical and unprofessional in the case study. Substantiated the analysis with reasons After reading the case study, it becomes apparent the many questionable behaviors Joe commits while counseling Jill. First is his reaction towards Jill’s confession concerning sexual confusion about being attracted to other women. Joe’s expression (shocked and wide-eye) was inappropriate when someone is revealing secrets they have never revealed before.
as the school psychologist at an ethnically diverse high school, I have observed that it is not uncommon for high school students (aged 14-18) to experience psychological, social, sexual, addictive, adjustment, and disability-based issues of such clinical significance as to warrant independent professional support. The professional psychologist can provide diagnostic clarification, therapeutic intervention, and even subsequent referrals when appropriate. Parents intuitively recognize the significance
discuss the topic of sexuality with clients to whom they provide therapy. The overarching research question was the following: How can therapists’ increase their levels of comfort and their willingness-to-engage so client care does not suffer and therapy is a positive experience conducted in a protective environment? The two dependent variables investigated were (a) therapists’ comfort in discussing sexual topics, and (b) therapists’ willingness to engage and discuss sexuality with clients. The independent
results are displayed in a list in appendix 1. For my second search I focused on making the key words of my search term more applicable for what I hoped to find. I again used the ‘summon’ search facility and entered the search term ‘adolescent health empowerment via communication’. This search produced 4678 results and these results were then refined by publication type to include only journals, and by subject type to include the subjects of ‘children and youth’ and ‘adolescents’, I again refined
Counseling Abused Women: Factors Contributing to Successful Outcome Table of Contents Introduction Part One: Violence against women The Problem Consequences of violence Origins of violence Part Two: Treatment/Intervention models Service and treatment options Medications Community Treatment/Intervention Part Three: Client/Family participation Client participation Family involvement Part Four: Special needs Abuse of women with disabilities Equity/ Access to treatment Part Five: Parties’
Teenage students don’t seek health care for a variety of reasons; therefore bringing the services to the place where teens spend a large part of their day gives an efficient model of health care delivery. School-based health centers guarantee that from elementary through high school, students can have an annual physical, treated for acute illnesses, their eyes checked and their teeth examined, and speak to a mental health counselor during or after class without the barriers that the families too