I will devise a hypnoanalysis treatment plan for them, with an attached screed. I will explain the benefits and any ethical issues that may arise from treatment. I will then construct a treatment plan and the outcome I would expect from this and if there would be any need to refer the patient on. The case study is as follows: Case study My client is a 36 year old mother of two children. She has a younger brother who she cares very much for.
My mother told me to talk to her and invite her to play. My mother also helped me think differently, since the little girl wore the same cloths almost every day and her hair wasn’t always combed. My mother said, “She might not have water on at her house and maybe she doesn’t have a comb. She could even be homeless and never had a friend.” She said, “If you talk to her, you never know
Gretchen was excluded from our youth group because she was different. I described her in my essay as , “… the weird girl…who wore hand-me-down clothes, spoke with a lisp and sat in the corner during our youth meetings. The youth group pretty much ignored her existence. Her family was not well off…” As a teacher, I want to work towards inclusion and as far away from exclusion as possible.
She was knowledgeable in the medical field with her nursing skills, although she claimed to have been a registered nurse when she was actually only a learning practical nurse. This knowledge in the medical field helps the individuals carrying out Munchausen by Proxy in the limitations that they have when inflicting medical harm on their children in order to gain attention for themselves in the form of becoming a hero when they seek medical attention in order to have their children saved from the brinks of death. The symptoms that these children have
Tina Cantor Word Count 2235 Level 4 Diploma Essay Unit VQ21 How did you use CBT with your client in the trio work? Evaluate the skills and interventions you used and critically analyse how CBT compares with other theoretical models. Introduction As this is our first real attempt at Counselling using real problems and situations my aim is to show how the use of Socratic questions and challenging will help us with our clients. I will also go on to show how I used Christine Padesky’s 5 aspects of life and the 7 column thoughts record. “Evidence of the clients early emotional life is therefore, often clearly seen in the counselling relationship” (Hough, 2006 p33-36) Trio Role Play Although I only had eight 20 minute sessions to work with my client, we discovered jointly that although our time was limited, we were able to achieve some success by asking the right questions and challenging some of the answers.
I thanked the Resident for this opportunity. I modified the interview for my resident by presenting her with her glasses, sitting at eye level, speaking slow and clearly, and repeating questions for clarification. After the data was collected I highlight the patient safety issue related to the aging process and resident physical needs. The primary safety issues that were identified are impaired mobility related to CVA, endurance related to fatigue, pain, nutritional status related to resident eating habits, impaired sensory related to vision, improper walker usage, polypharmacy, and the need to check expiration date. Appendix A Writing Assignment 2.2: Nursing Care Plan Date | August 26, 2014 | Student Name | KhrisYettia Y. Perry | Patient Name | J. F. | Medical Diagnosis | Osteoporosis | Pathophysiology | Osteoporosis (porous bone) is a metabolic disease characterized by bone demineralization, with loss of calcium and phosphorus salts leading to fragile bones and the subsequent risk for fractures.
Commercials often portrayed a woman as helpless if her car broke down. Feminists went to the streets, marching, protesting, writing books and debating to change social and political views that limited women. One young lady named Betty Freidan made a list of questions while in college for women to answer and after seeing the results, she discovered that at least 200 women were unhappy with their lives. Betty Freidan tried to write an article based on her findings but was turned down, so she took it to a deeper level and took it into herself to try to change these lives to be better and change the way women were looked at. Yes, but you need a bit more specific overview.
A Patient’s Bill of Rights was adopted in 1973 by the American Hospital Association in order to be able to provide effective health care services that are fair to both patient and medical personnel. June was hospitalized for severe anorexia and she initially agreed to have a feeding tube placed to save her life. I am sure her physicians informed her of the pros and cons of the placement of the feeding tube. According to the summary of the Florida Patient’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities within our textbook “a patient has the right to refuse treatment” (Showalter, p. 272). When she was in her right state of mind she consented to treatment.
Most only, stared and every now and then a few bold people would ask hesitantly, “Is this your daughter?” I was too young to remember their responses but as I grew older I finally felt their frustration and annoyance with the subject. Through middle school and beyond I struggled knowing who or what I was as far as race. I was often saddened and felt that the African Americans did not fully accept me since my complexion wasn’t as rich as theirs and I felt the White and Hispanic communities neglected me because my hair was kinky and not bone straight. I would often times hear people whispering back and forth “She can’t be Black, she doesn’t look like us.” Or “She’s too dark to be White” and “She kind of looks Hispanic, but she looks more Black and her hair isn’t straight.” “What is she,” the would often inquire. Deep inside I knew
Will impact your practice in the future. One situation that stood out to me from my clinical intensive was a postpartum woman who had a C-section. She was in a lot of pain that was later identified as not incisional; she described the pain as a “left sided abdominal sharp jabbing pain.” After thorough pain assessment, it was identified that the patient had gas pain with constipation and she was treated appropriately. This situation was a meaningful one to me. 2.