INTERPERSONAL PROCESS ANALYSIS Template REV for SPG I 2017.docx

INTERPERSONAL PROCESS ANALYSIS Template REV for SPG I 2017.docx

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N223L INTERPERSONAL PROCESS ANALYSIS Student: Rajni Kunwar Date: __6 th July 2017_ Clinical Instructor: Karen Bravo_ Name (initials only): S.L. Unit: PICU 1 Current Legal Status (Vol, involuntary, etc.): Involuntary Multiaxial Diagnostic System Axis I – Aggression and suicidal behavior and depressed mood Axis II – Antisocial personality disorder Axis III- Anxiety, Asthma, Brain Trauma, Bronchitis, conscious loos, depression, drug abuse, head trauma, psychosis, Schizoaffective disorder and seizures Axis IV- Other psychosocial environmental problems, problems related to social environment, problems with access to health care services and problem with primary support group. Axis V – Current GAF [EG.1], Past year GAF[EG.2] 1. Description of the patient: a. Age, sex, ethnicity, marital status: Client is 26 Year-old, white male. He’s single and doesn’t have any kids. Client was involuntary admitted to Millwood hospital in the PICU I unit on June 20 th 2017, with major depressive disorder with aggression and suicidal behavior. Client’s mother and grandmother were both diagnosed with Bipolar disorder. He attempted suicide two times before last year, but denies to admit it. He’s been having financial difficulties due to being unemployed. b. What precipitated hospitalization? Patient huffed petrol to kill himself and when not successful began punching a fence to hurt himself causing injury in his left hand. c. Number of days in the hospital? Client has been in the hospital for 10 days d. Mental status, etc. He had a broad effect that was congruent. He was euthymic and his thought process was considered to be loose associations as he would jump from one topic to another with a little or no connection to the content. (Varcarolis) 2. Description of environmental setng where interaction took place. a. Explain the reasons for a supportive environment. The interaction with the patient took place in the break room, during the day. The session was split into two sessions because he wasn’t comfortable talking about his personal story with other patient around him. On the second session, in the smoke break, the patient came up to me and started to talk, the environment was supportive because the patient was able to converse with me privately without being affected and talked for about 30 mins (Varcarolis) Rev 6.9.17
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b. Explain the reasons for a non-supportive environment. (E.g. noise, distractions, light, temperature, etc.) During the first session, the other patients were drawing and watching television and some were talking amongst themselves, Although the environment was not supportive, we were able to converse in the corner of the room for 10 mins without being distracted (Varcarolis) INTERPERSONAL PROCESS ANALYSIS NAME: __Rajni Kunwar__________________ DAT E: __6 th July 2017_____________ PT. INITIALS: __S.L._____________ Student: *Verbal (quotes) and Nonverbal Communication (behavior, tone of voice, eye contact, mannerisms, etc.) *Goal for each interaction (realistic and measurable) Patient: *Verbal ( quotes ) and Nonverbal *Communication (behavior, tone of voice, eye contact, mannerisms, etc.) Critique and Analysis *Effective or not effective? (Could have
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