This assignment will provide evidence and knowledge of understanding the concept of care based on a service user who has a long term condition of mental health and was diagnosed of severe Depression with Psychosis. In order to maintain confidentiality a pseudonym has been used throughout this essay to comply with the Data Protection Act 1998 (last modified date June 2011) and the NMC code of confidentiality (2015). I will also reflect and evaluate my own performance as a learner and use the key characteristic of a lone worker in the community. In addition I would discuss how that particular intervention has helped me to understand my own learning needs and also when referring the patient to recommend interventions for reducing risk of depression, to create awareness on how to offer emotional and psychological supports to patient living with depression. It is part of our role as health care professional to safeguard our patients and educate them on the risks involved if they have unhealthy lifestyles and to promote healthy living based on evidence based practice.
The exercise is simply to identify the in-breath as in-breath and the out-breath as out-breath. When you breathe in, you know that this is your in-breath. When you breathe out, you are mindful that this is your out-breath. Focusing only on your breath brings focus to self and not anything else. Initially, this might not seem very fruitful because but with practice the results can be pleasing and the practice would start enjoying their breath.
You can teach them to think differently about stress, teach them that stress can be helpful and the importance of finding meaning in life. 4. What was Kelly 's confession? Kelly’s confession was that she changed her mind about stress. She had been telling people that stress can make you sick but after the study she learned that stress can be your friend.
Initial assessments will be taken to assess your present problems and substance abuse. The therapist will then design a plan of treatment to help guide you on your way to sobriety. Cognitive therapy provides the explanation of why and what happened to this person for s/he became depending on the drug and/or alcohol. The cognitive remediation is cerebral training method based on therapeutic support with a specific cognitive training to adapt to patient’s disorder, and helping them to improve their daily life activities and social interaction. It also helps them to focus on their goals, such as coming back to a normal professional
(Hypnotherapy Society). Hypnosis can be used to help you gain control over undesired behaviors or to help you cope better with anxiety or pain. Even though you’re more open to suggestion during hypnosis, you don’t lose control over your behavior. Hypnosis is usually done with the help of a therapist using verbal repetition and mental images. When you’re under hypnosis, you
Existential Therapy and PTSD Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a disorder where individuals have persistent mental and emotional stress that may cause a disturbance of sleep and have constant vivid recall of the experience. In Existential Therapy the aim is to “help clients face anxiety and engage in action that is based on the authentic purpose of creating a worthy experience.” In my opinion existential therapy can be a great way to assist clients with PTSD cope with anxiety and search for the meaning of their lives. It is crucial that in existential therapy to consider the therapist client relationship due to it being a journey taken by both. Therapist are encouraged to share their reactions with genuine concern and empathy with their clients. Therapist model authentic behaviors themselves which encourages their clients to grow.
Rationale of MET: Objective: The objective of the Motivational Enhancement Therapy is to modify the harmful use of drugs. Goal: Each client needs to set their own goal rather than getting imposed by an absolute goal through MET. Mechanism of MET: MET is based on cognitive and social psychology principles. The therapist needs to develop an inconsistency in the client’s perceptions between their at present status and their planned goals. Here, the commitment and desire to get change should come from client within self.
The patients with Autism totally shut down in the presence of innocuous situations since these situations overstimulate them and they find it very difficult to face. The Art therapy helps them with developing a better level of tolerance so that they can deal with any unpleasant stimuli. They do this by self teaching them to channeling the self stimulating behaviour to another activity that is more creative and fun. since Art is one of those things that can be such a fun activity so the
During and after my meditation, I did not judge myself because I was familiar with breath and opened to accept how my body functioning. I found a challenge to bring my attention to my breath and smile at the time as the narrator of the audio suggested. After I done meditating, I became more familiar of what my body tried to
The more they want to eliminate the feeling, the more they focus attention on it and get bound by the bad feeling result in the vicious cycle. Morita Therapy is particularly effective for those people with neurotic characteristics (hypersensitive, introverted, perfectionistic, and hating to lose) and those who have an intense desire to get improvements. In principle, Morita Therapy is not suitable for treating schizophrenia and mania. Morita Therapy has two treatment ways which are inpatient and outpatient. Inpatient treatment is an extensive, holistic process and there are four