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  1. Child Abuse: Behavioral indicators of physical abuse
  2. To evaluate Stress
  3. Domestic Abuse: Phase II "Acute Battering" (WOMAN)
  4. Domestic Abuse: Honeymoon: Stage III
    (WOMAN)
  5. Process of Anxiety
  1. a Might call for help
    Initiate battering to get it over with (long-term).
    Initial reaction is shock, disbelief, denial
    Fear of more abuse, may not press charges
    Humiliated, sleepless, depressed, anxious.
    Does not seek help for injuries.
  2. b See loving behaviors as the "real" person and tries to make up.
    Wants to believe it will never happen again.
    Feels that if she stays he will get help
    Thought of leaving makes her feel guilty.
    Believes in the permanency of the relationship and gets trapped.
  3. c Wariness toward adult contact
    Apprehension when others cry
    Fear of parents or of going home
    Extreme aggressiveness or withdrawal, vacant or frozen stares
    Being very still when surveying surroundings
  4. d Observe the patient and family.
    Give amply amount of time to deal with stress effectively and completely.
    Refer to ongoing resources to avoid delay or interruptions in care.
  5. e Stressor, Anxiety, Coping

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Recognize clues to abuse in assessment
    Provide privacy for interview
    Convey that others are willing to help
    Reiterate survivor did not cause or deserve abuse
    Convey survivor has worth, dignity
    Acknowledge fear, ambivalence
    Do not rush or coerce; support trials of counseling
  2. Previous suicide attempts
    Past psychosocial hospitalization; overt signs of mental illness
    A family member or friend who has committed suicide; exposure to violence in the home or social environment
    Death of a parent before the child reached 13 years of age
    Recent losses; death of a relative, a family divorce, a breakup, significant change or life event that disrupts emotional status quo
    Preoccupation with death; statements about suicide or self harm
    Suicidal clues: cryptic verbal messages, giving away personal items, changes in expected patterns of behaviors
  3. increase resistance to stress.
    Enhancing self-esteem
    Increasing assertiveness
    Setting realistic goals
    Increase coping skills and use relaxation strategies to decrease physiological arousal. (health promotion)
  4. Lag time before symptoms improve
    Monitor for increased suicidal tendencies
    Monitor for cheeking and hoarding
    Monitor vital signs
    Observe for signs of early toxicity
    Monitor sexual side effects of SSRIs
    Be aware of drug-drug and drug-food interactions
  5. Nurturing compliant, tries to please partner.
    Denies seriousness of problem.
    Feels can control partners behavior
    Tries to prevent partners anger
    Blames external factors
    Takes minor abuse
    Gets scared and tries to hide
    Might call for help as the tension becomes unbearable.

5 True/False questions

  1. Key Factors in DepressionAppetite disturbance/weight change
    Sleep disturbance
    Psychomotor disturbance
    Fatigue or loss of energy
    Worthlessness/guilt
    Indecision/poor concentration
    Recurrent thoughts of death/suicide

          

  2. Stressors_______ are disruptive forces, events affect us professionally, Stimulates thinking processes
    Can provide stimulation and motivation
    Can cause discomfort and retreat

          

  3. Domestic Abuse: Phase II "Acute Battering" (MAN)Might call for help
    Initiate battering to get it over with (long-term).
    Initial reaction is shock, disbelief, denial
    Fear of more abuse, may not press charges
    Humiliated, sleepless, depressed, anxious.
    Does not seek help for injuries.

          

  4. Most likely to be depressedMen 15-24 yo, African American, High income, HS + education, Rural

          

  5. Child or adolescent's Predisposition for depressionChanges in cognitive and mental functioning
    Decreased attention span
    Decreased concentration
    Slowed speech and thought processes
    Slow movements
    Withdrawn
    Impairment in reality
    Ambivalent and indecisive behavior

          

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