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Self-concept through the life cycle?
Develops over time, shaped by the influences within ones environment
disorders in which conscious awareness becomes separated (dissociated) from previous memories, thoughts, and feelings
Dissociative fugue (state characteristics)
Inability to remember important personal events
Dissociative identity disorder
multiple personality disorder
Depersonalization (state characteristics)
Is a response to severe anxiety associated with blocking of awareness and a fading of reality
Dissociative disorder coping with low self esteem
Expressed through levels of anxiety
Main goal of nursing care plan with client of DID
Integrate or combine the personalities into a functional individual, capable of coping with life's stresses in a healthier manner.
Hospitalization for clients with DID
When anger, aggression or violence is directed toward self or others
When individuals are unable to function because of memory loss, rapid switching between Identities, flashbacks, or overwhelming emotions.
When medications need to be evaluated or adjusted
Dissociative identity disorders primary personality is________and it alters
Involuntary escape from reality characterized by a disconnection between thoughts, identity, consciousness and memory
First goal for therapy for the client with dissociative disorder
Assessment and stabilization
Primary diagnosis for client with dissociative disorder
Interventions to prevent further self destructive behavior for a client with dissociative disorder that is hurting himself
Control the destructive behaviors
overt expression of unconscious emotions and impulses without insightful understanding of one's behaviore
a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility.
Anger control disoreders
Intermittent explosive disorder
An impulse-control disorder involving an inability to hold back urges to express strong angry feelings and associated violent behaviors.
Passive aggressive behavior
Behavior that appears on the surface to be cooperative but subtly sabotages group work, such as when members "forget" to carry out assignment.
a disorder in which a person's response to a common stressor is maladaptive and occurs within 3 months of the stressor
How do toddlers express their anger
Interventions the caregiver uses to cope with anger
What is the cycle of assault
Level one intervention for potentially assault I've clients
Level two intervention for assaultive clients
How often do you monitor restrained clients
Client shows a behavior limited to verbal assault and harmless physical movements, what should you do
Feminist theories about violence against women
(n.) - an assault or an array of similar things intended for use together
What complication factor is seen twice as much in women experiencing abuse during pregnancy
Shaken baby syndrome S/S
Adolescence abuse S/S
Common traits of abused womwn
What HCP are required to do when they encounter incidents of suspected or actual abuse or neglect?
Recovery time of a rape victim is related to what?
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