The dentist could have been more considerate and explain to the student that the whitening process can only be done certain times and cannot be done when it is important for her. Explanation of the water pick can help the patient understand that it will help her and she can improve her hygiene one her own instead of keep returning. Scenario 3—Physical Therapy o What patient compliance issues are evident in this scenario? The patient should listen to the doctor to help lower the triglycerides in his blood stream and this process will help lower his cholesterol. The patient listening to the doctor’s Advice about the special diet and to avoid red meat is very advisable for this process.
Catalepsy may be used now on just one group of muscles, either for proof of hypnosis or to deepen the state, but never the full body. Hypnosis can be used for pain management through a process called glove anaesthesia which basically makes the hand feel numb. Then if a person has a painful stomach or certain part of the body, the person under hypnosis can put their hand where it hurts & it then transfers the anaesthesia to reduce the pain or discomfort in that particular area. Glove hypnosis can also be used for a reverse effect when a person can’t feel anything or has a very reduced sensation in a certain part of the body. Hypnosis can also be used to improve physical endurance.
Psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as treatment for addictions. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0028490 Brewer, J. A., Elwafi, H. M., Davis, J. H. (2012) “Craving to Quit: psychological models and neurobiological mechanisms of mindfulness training as treatment for addictions.” Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (in press). Capuzzi, D and Stauffer, M.D (2012). Foundations of Addiction Counseling.
What books are recommended that you should purchase for you course? My Tutor has recommended “Cite them Right” a referencing guide. As I progress through the modules then other books may be recommended. A basic Biology book is another recommended book. There are also more in the DLC Library.
Role of a Mental Health Counselor The role of a counselor as a social advocate has been discussed in literature since the late 1800’s (Smith, Reynolds, & Rovnak, 2009). Social justice advocacy in counseling promotes the ideas of speaking for those who are underrepresented and works to eliminate systems that encourage discrimination and violate human rights (Smith et al., 2009). In the required reading, Moe (2010) states that there is a push to inject a social advocacy role into counseling to help with oppression of minority populations. In this paper, there will be the discussion of: how I see my role as it relates to advocacy and consultation, do I see consultation and advocacy as similar or different, how advocacy benefits the care provided to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families related to the specific specialty area that I plan to practice. Lastly, I will create a hypothetical situation of a child, adolescent, adult, couple, or family and address how counselors' knowledge of consultation and advocacy could interact with the progression of their counseling experience based on my area of specialization.
You should never let the child sleep as they may fall unconscious. You may also put an icepack on the child’s head to reduce the swelling. The procedure for all this would be that you should record the accident in the accident book. Then call a staff member who is a qualified in first aid, so they can check the child or if a child has a cut on the head they can clean that cut up before they get an infection. You should also inform the child’s parent about the bump on the head and how it happened.
The results of therapy have been reported as moderately successful, particularly in patients with localized vitiligo and/or an inflammatory component to their vitiligo, even if the inflammation is subclinical. In general, intralesional corticosteroids should be avoided because of the pain associated with injection and the risk of cutaneous
The patient will be carefully exposed to their trauma. EMDR, eye movement desensitization reprocess, goal is to reduce the effect of the memory by teaching the patient certain eye movement to avoid the trauma. All three therapies are very successful coping mechanisms. Although there is no exact medication to cure post-traumatic stress disorder, there are a couple of medications that can help a patient deal with the symptoms. Antipsychotics can be used to mitigate anxiety and to avoid outbursts.