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  1. Implementation-Stress (2)
  2. Domestic Abuse: Phase II "Acute Battering" (WOMAN)
  3. Planning: goals and outcomes
  4. Child Abuse: Behavioral indicators of physical abuse
  5. Assessment of Stress and Coping
  1. a 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
  2. b 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)
  3. c Prioritize the highest problem that is causing stress, Utilize collaborative care, Multidisciplinary approach, View patient holistically, Inform of potential resources, Group counseling sessions
    Consultations, Individual therapy
  4. d Identify their point of view of the situation.
    Assess safety issues, Coping resources.
    Use of pharmaceutical therapies.
    Listen for recurrent themes in their conversations
    Respect confidentiality
    Observe for indicators of stress and nonverbal signs of anxiety, fear, anger, and irritability.
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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.
  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. History of onset of symptoms.
    Use concurrently with alcohol, substance abuse.
    Physical examination.
    Presence on nonmood psychiatric disorders.
    Type and amount of patient resources.
    Interpersonal and coping abilities.
    Level of stressors.
    Presence or level of suicidal ideation.
    Consideration of cultural and age of patient.
  4. Neurochemical, physical,
    Emotional responses
  5. learn skills that reduce physiological response to stress.
    Regular exercise, support systems, muscle relaxation, cognitive therapy, assertiveness training, stress management in the workplace.

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. Copinga behavior or activity to change or manage a situation that the person feels is potentially harmful or dangerous.
    Adaptive and recovery of health. Palliative or temporary relief.

          

  3. Antidepressant Therapy Pointers1 or more episodes lasting for 2 weeks or more.

          

  4. Least likely to be depressedWomen 35-44yo, Caucasian/Hispanic, low income, <HS diploma, Urban

          

  5. Examples of stress related problems includeIdentify their point of view of the situation.
    Assess safety issues, Coping resources.
    Use of pharmaceutical therapies.
    Listen for recurrent themes in their conversations
    Respect confidentiality
    Observe for indicators of stress and nonverbal signs of anxiety, fear, anger, and irritability.

          

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