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A instillation of hope b existential resolution c

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a.Instillation of hopeb.Existential resolutionc.Development of socializing techniquesd.Corrective recapitulation of the primary family groupANS: DThe younger patient is demonstrating an emotional attachment to the older patient that mirrorspatterns within her own family of origin, a phenomenon calledcorrective recapitulation ofthe primary family group. Feedback from the group then helps the member gain insight aboutthis behavior and leads to more effective ways of relating to her family members.Instillationof hopeinvolves conveying optimism and sharing progress.Existential resolutionrefers to therealization that certain existential experiences such as death are part of life, aiding theadjustment to such realities.Development of socializing techniquesinvolves gaining socialskills through thegroup‘sfeedback and practice within the group.
PTS: 1DIF: Cognitive Level: Understand (Comprehension)REF: Page 34-18 (Table 34-1)TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment MSC: ClientNeeds: Psychosocial Integrity4.During group therapy, one patient says to another, ―When I first started in this group, you wereunable to make a decision, but now you can.You‘vemade so much progress that I am beginningto think maybe I can conquer my fears too.‖ Which therapeutic factor is evident by this
PTS: 1DIF: Cognitive Level: Understand (Comprehension)REF: Pages 34-4, 18 (Table 34-1)TOP: Nursing Process: Assessment MSC:Client Needs: Psychosocial Integrity5.During a group therapy session, a newly admitted patient suddenly says to the nurse,―Howoldare you? You seem too young to be leading a group.‖ Select the nurse‘s most appropriateresponse.
testbanks_and_xanaxb.―Iam old enough to be a nurse, which qualifies me to lead thisgroup.‖c.―Myage is not pertinent to why we are here and should notconcern you.‖d.―Youare wondering whether I have enough experience to lead thisgroup?‖ANS: DA question such as this is common in the initial phase of group development when membersare getting to know one another, dealing with trust issues, and testing the leader. Makingexplicit the implied serves to role model more effective communication and prompts furtherdiscussionof the patient‘s concern. Asking the patient to tell the leader more about thequestion focuses on the reason for the member‘s concern rather than on the issue raised (theexperience and ability of the leader) and is a less helpful response. ―I am old enough to be anurse‖and―ageis notpertinent‖

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