Introduction The Rodgers family, David (the father), Kathleen (step-mother) and Michelle (daughter), sought therapy through a recommendation from Michelle’s guidance counselor. With the Rodger’s family, there are issues regarding culture and ethnicity. Not aware of the influence of race, ethnicity, cultural, and gender are all connected by what comes before and after. Through the lens of Strategic Family Therapy, this paper will explore the approaches and techniques used to help the Rodgers family. Pioneers Jay Haley and Cloe Madanes guided therapist through their creative and artful approaches of family center therapy allowing for the family to resolve their presenting problem.
The function is to change people response in therapy, to listen to the therapist and respect their role and last the let information about family be received (Sharf, 2012). Straightforward task where direction and suggestion are made by the therapist to the family to problems and paradox task for resistant family who do not change (Sharf, 2012). Intergenerational family therapy Integrated by Murray Bowen, with the focus
Learning Theory Applicable to study Learning has been defined as “relatively change in behavior results from experience” (Olson & Hergenhahn, 2012 p.6). Learning occurs as individuals interact with their environment and incorporates new information into existing knowledge. People learn in different ways. Candela, 2012, stated that learning can be group into three categories: psychomotor learning which is the acquisition of skills, effective learning such as change of feelings and beliefs and cognitive learning of acquiring information. Advance practice nurses must know how to find learning strategies and theories that will works best for his/her client, whether it is students or colleagues and that none one theory will best suits
Therefore, a spiritual qualitative analysis could help us to assess the personal impact of a disease, values and meaning in a person’s life. Speelman developed a narrative spiritual method in order to find values and meaning within the personal daily stories of people (10–12). The method is looking in stories for the motivation to perform actions, the values that are important and the competences that are needed or lacking. The use of such a qualitative method has been used before (13–17) and succeeded to retrieve relevant information regarding meaning, values and illness, in people with serious illness. The purpose of this study is to get insight in personal preferences and spiritual dimensions of a patient involved in an intensive physical therapy intervention.
The nurse and patient work together to measure the evaluation. They check what they have decided during the planning or outcome of care, to know if the goal(s) has been achieved or not. If the outcome has been met, the nurse terminates the nursing care and educates the patient and their family for promoting health in the future and get ready for discharge from the facility. The nurse identifies the patient outcomes by three different ways. The first is psychomotor outcome which describes the patient’s accomplishment of new skills.
For example, my patient had COPD disorder. We were supposed to do head to test assessment on our patient and document it. Describe your formal knowledge (e.g. physiology, psychology, communication skills) and previous personal experiences that helped guide you as you worked with the patient. My formal knowledge was from previous experience that we had last clinical.
It is found that the families are able to support each other because of their shared experiences and that they learn to recognize and understand what is happening in their own family by observing similar phenomena in other families. The support offered by the group is particularly helpful at the very difficult time when parents begin to detach themselves from the problems of their drug-abusing child. Another variant on systemic approaches is ‘network therapy’ in which family members and friends (where possible) are enlisted to provide ongoing support to promote attitude change. It uses psychodynamic and behavioural therapy while engaging the patient in a support network composed of family members and
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. In addition, as a resource person, the nurse must provide particular required data that will aid in the understanding of a problem or new circumstance. However, when taking the role of a teacher, the nurse may convey knowledge in reference to the patient’s needs. As a leader, one must help the patient to assume maximum responsibility for meeting treatment objectives in a commonly fulfilling way (Theory of Interpersonal Relations, 2012). In a counselling role, he or she may resolve issues that are meddling with the patient’s capacity to live effectively (Belcher and Fish, 1985).
Strategic Plan When building a strategic plan, the organization must examine recent history and changing that has occurred previously. With constructing this program the lineup must involve stakeholders as well as gain their support. With developing a strategic planned we are developing value and priorities for the patients as well as the nurses, with the involvement of clinical directors, nurse managers, charge nurse, psychologist, and budget analyst. With a team in place, the target is to developing and implementing a learning plan for nurses working in the mental health industry. Goal The ultimate goal for this preceptorship is for the nurses to gain strength, knowledge and be compassionate to their sensation.
This “Readiness for Change” will assess the likelihood that nurses will use the evidence-based material that is provided based on a series of questions utilizing a ranking format. The post-test will assess the nurses for the quality of the proposed material. Evaluation is measured based on the survey questions; whether nursing staff completed the training, did they participate in pre and post-assessment surveys if nursing staff see potential in the proposed evidence-based teaching material provided if developing a nurse-patient relationship will be an effective tool to prepare these mental health inmates to reintegrate back into society. Impact and quality are measured by specific teaching materials being evaluated by nursing staff for the desired