Unit 53: Unit code: Unit reference number: QCF level: Credit value: Guided learning hours: Provide Support to Manage Pain and Discomfort HSC 2003 K/601/9025 2 2 15 Unit summary This unit is aimed at those working in a wide range of settings. The unit provides the learner with the knowledge and skills to provide support for managing pain and discomfort. It covers approaches to pain management, assistance in minimising pain and discomfort and monitoring, recording and reporting on the management of pain and discomfort. Assessment requirements This unit must be assessed in accordance with Skills for Care and Development’s QCF Assessment Principles. Learning outcomes 2 and 3 must be assessed in a real work situation.
The learner will: 1. Understand approaches to managing pain and discomfort 2. Assist in minimising individuals’ pain or discomfort 3. Monitor, record and report on the management of individuals’ pain or discomfort Guided learning hours It is recommended that 15 hours should be allocated for this unit, although patterns of delivery are likely to vary. Details of the relationship between the unit and relevant national standards This unit is linked to HSC 216 and CHS 6.
P1: Explain the requirements for two different careers in the health sector. Job description Child and adolescent psychotherapists offer psychoanalytic treatment to children and young people with emotional or behavioural difficulties, including: * * depression * anxiety * development delay * phobias * aggression * gender dysphoria * consequences of child abuse * self-harming * learning difficulties and disabilities * eating disorders * Psychosomatic disorders Child and adolescent psychotherapists are skilled in the assessment and treatment of children and young people, and are trained to carefully observe them and respond to what they might be communicating through their behaviour and play. They tailor their approach to the individual child and work in an age-appropriate way. Younger children, for example, may play with the toys provided or draw, whilst teenagers might talk about their feelings. Infants and parents are seen together so that their patterns of interaction can be considered.
1009). This indicates the complexity in managing bipolar disorder. Studies also show that psychotherapy is necessary to supplement and optimize the effects of medication (Steinkuller and Rheineck 338). Cognitive behavioral therapy helps patients manage the disorder by replacing negative behaviors with positive ones. Education is important with this form of treatment so clients can recognize how different factors affect the course of the disease and what they can do to manage these factors (Steinkuller and Rheineck 342).
1.1. Describe the main types of mental ill health according to the psychiatric (DSM/ICD) classification system: mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, substance related disorders, eating disorders, cognitive disorders. Mood disorders: Is the term designating a group of diagnoses in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV TR) classification system where a disturbance in person's mood is hypothesised to be main underlying feature. Personality mood: are conditions in which an individual differs significantly from an average person in terms of how they think, perceive, feel or relate to others. Anxiety disorders: Is a feeling of unease, such a worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.
Self-harm, suicide and intimate partner violence are examples in which a counselor should be actively assessing levels of safety and risk of a client. When it comes to members of one’s community’s safety being at risk, the community mental health workers and law officials approaches to mentally disabled members should be evaluated. Counselor Safety In the article, A Survey of Safety Training in Rehabilitation Counselor Education Programs by Davis, Schultz, Anderson, and Bartley (2009), the article discusses the importance of safety training including counselor competence in identifying and responding to threatening incidents, communication, critical incident debriefing, and prevention, as well as conflict and lifestyle management. The authors express the importance of infusing safety topics into counselor education programs. An important concern in the counseling and social work field is the counselor or social worker being a target of violence.
Which of the research methodologies from the textbook would you choose to conduct your proposed study? I would choose Clinical psychologist they help people with psychological disorders adjust to the demands of life. The clinical psychologists evaluate problems such as anxiety and depression through interviews and psychological tests. They help clients resolve problems and change self-defeating behaviors. A.
Unit 4222-619 Understand mental health problems (CMH 302) Assessment Criteria Outcome 1 Know the main forms of mental ill health The learner can: 1. Describe the main types of mental ill health according to the psychiatric (dsm/icd) classification system: mood disorders, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, substance-related disorders, eating disorders, cognitive disorders Mood Disorders – Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder both cause impairment in academic, occupational and social functioning. Personality Disorders – Borderline Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder where pattern of thinking, feelings, and behaving are difficult to change and sufferers may have a more limited range of emotions, attitudes and behaviours to cope with everyday life. Anxiety Disorders – Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder where feelings of fear and panic that may develop phobias and withdrawn from others or obsessive thoughts or repetition behaviours. Psychotic Disorders – Schizophrenia, Delusional Disorder where hearing and seeing things or having unusual beliefs which other people don’t experience or share.