Egan's Three Stages: A Case Study

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I adopted the ideas of Egan (2002)which contain three stages .The first stage involves being a skilled helper and focus on the client’s problem to build a therapeutic relationship, help mother to tell her story freely and helps the client to investigate their issues and concerns (Nelson 2007). It could be troublesome for the client to recount the story openly as clients have an inclination to be on edge and startled when reaching others shockingly. When I attend my client for the first time, she refused to talk so I respect the client’s wishes. Moreover, it gives challenge to know and clarify the reason behind that attitude. In addition, respecting the clients ' wishes to talk and explore is the important aspect. As an ethical consideration, nurses must respect the wishes of those patients who refuse to talk (ONMC 2011). Sometimes nurses may not understand why client refused, but always they have a reason based on their belief and experience. Each patient requires respect as a unique human being (Henderson 2001).
Accordingly, welcoming the client is extremely imperative.
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Also demonstrate the speaker that you are attempting to see the world as they see it, and that you are trying your hardest to comprehend their messages. Although, (C) was looking angry, I tried to show her that I had understood her feelings of anxiety by saying "you mentioned suffering?", and then keeping quiet to sway them to keep talking. According to Jones (2009) reflection is helping the client to perceive and acknowledge his feeling. The medical caretaker shows the client 's perspective has esteem and have right to take decisions. Paraphrasing conversations help nurses to rehash and reinterpret what has been said amid correspondence (Jones,
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