Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica actively participated in the session. Maunica continues to make progress towards her goals. Maunica stated, not to be in a relationship with her ex-boyfriend, not to have sex, and to use coping skill when she get angry. Maunica stated, that sometime she has to remind her self not to get anger outburst when thing do not go her way.
She has become an independant woman who takes care of her family in terms of both financially and spiritually. Not just for her family, but she also begins to do something for her new self. She is studying to get into college, which shows us that she is a grown up person with her future hopes, possible hopes unlike the ones she had in 124. This also shows that she is not afraid of hearing anymore. She will be a part of the community again where they will talk but she will hear, and perhaps answer this
The nurse’s objective is to aid and decrease any anxiety experienced by the patient by directing energy towards interpersonal growth. To achieve this growth a nurse needs to adopt a number of roles, and the patient needs to progress through various phases (Peplau, 1952). The roles are driven by the nature and stage of the patient’s issues. Peplau suggests that the roles of a nurse need to be that of a stranger, resource person, teacher, leader, counsellor, and a surrogate (Sloan, 2006). As a stranger the nurse receives the patient in the same way one meets a stranger in other life situations, providing a tolerant atmosphere that builds trust.
She wrote articles about special education, and mental health problems and solutions. She used her own experience to show that assistive technology is a good resource for students who face challenges in their daily life. Assistive technology has helped her become successful by allowing her to continue with her studies. She shows us that she didn’t give up and found alternatives in order to keep attending school.
Focus: Reyna will communicate her feelings in an appropriate manner on a daily basis. Intervention: Clinician discussed the youth’s feelings of unsupervised visits with bio-family. Clinician asked about BMod visits and individual therapy. Clinician encouraged the youth to practice her coping and independent skill to prove she is ready to return home. Response: Reyna expressed her unsupervised family visits are going well.
The grandmother steps into her new role as a good parent, and the granddaughter follows along, and in this act their lives are changed forever. As the grandmother accepts the task of being a parent she realizes something that every good parent should, you can’t change the past… but you can learn from your
As part of the vlogger mom’s audience, a fellow mother posts messages expressing her opinions about the vlogger’s confessions and adding her own experiences. Owing to these inter-exchanges, amour-propre hails from the self as the object from the eyes of others. Subsequently, if the person learns from others and achieves greater wisdom and happiness as a result, the self again becomes the subject. By seeing the self as the agent and the acted upon altogether, the self grows through the process of
After her detachment from the familiar environment, Jeanette has acquired a new awareness that will make it possible for her to face her mother without being claimed by her. The girl’s self has grown towards wholeness and, as in a rite of passage, after the separation and the initiation, Jeanette is ready for her return home after having completed the quest in search for herself. Thanks to her newly acquired maturity, and being aware that she is unable to recede the ‘thread around the button’ that links her to the adoptive mother, Jeanette decides to make the first step towards the woman, recognising in her someone who just did her best to raise a child in the way she thought it was right. Just as her mother had initially chosen her, now Jeanette deliberately chooses her
On the other hand, Non-pharmacological management including physiotherapy was suggested to Mrs Cole to increase function and reduce pain, improve quality of life and independence. In order to improve her ability to perform daily living activity by herself, occupational therapy was also offered after she is released from the nursing home. The Psychological intervention is necessary for helping in prevention against pain and it evaluates how patients behaves, thinks and feels along with the response of the family impacts on the pain experience (Dykes & Middleton, 2010). Finally the major role of nurse was to avoid Mrs Cole from developing pressure ulcers, therefore a relieving air mattress was provided to the patients. As mentioned by NICE (2010), air mattress can be beneficial for the patients when they are used along with repositioning of patients.
That is why regardless which route the conversation takes of the daughter being the listener or having equal opportunity to speak it is still important. It assures the mother that she has done her job as a mother to teacher her daughter what is right, and assures the daughter that if she was ever unsure about something her mother would know. Readers were able to learn this as Jamaica Kincaid used the elements of repetition to share the personality and mindset of the mother and daughter. The revelation of those characteristics enhanced the story strongly and gave the readers to opportunity to understand both sides of the story and may have possibly helped them reconsider some things with their
Ms. Compton reported that she does not let things get to her. She reported that she takes things as they come and let go of what cannot be changed. Ms. Compton reported a stressful time in her life was when Comelia first came in the home; she was trying to assist with so many behaviors. Ms. Compton reported that Comelia’s behavior has gotten better. She reported that Comelia attends behavior therapy and does a great job.
Maunica responded well to the intervention. Maunica continues to make very good progress towards her goals and maintaining her mental health. Maunica stated, that using coping skills, like breathing techniques, counting from 1-10, journaling, walking away ,and asking for time out before the situation escalates. Maunica completed the worksheet. Maunica stated, that she used to lash out, when she got angry but now is utilizing coping skills to deal with upsetting situations.