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Which approaches would the nurse use during a crisis

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Which approaches would the nurse use during a crisis intervention interview?Select all thatapply. One, some, or all responses may be correct.RationaleDescribes how others have caused the addictionIdentifies personal strengths and weaknessesExpresses uncertainty about meeting with the nurseAcknowledges the effects of the addiction on the familyAddresses how the addiction has contributed to family distressActivePassiveReectiveInterpretiveGoal directedElsevier Adaptive Quizzing - Quiz performance441 of 4444/4/2022, 6:24 PM
The nurse would assume an active role in assessing the situation and conduct the interview with authority.During crisis intervention the nurse would be goal directed to help the client cope with the crisis. A passiveapproach is not appropriate; the client usually needs direction to move forward. A reective approach mightbe more appropriate for long-term therapy. An interpretive (analytical) approach is used duringpsychoanalysis.Which responses would the nurse use during the stage 1 relationship with a depressedclient?Select all that apply. One, some, or all responses may be correct.RationaleStage 1, the orientation phase of the therapeutic relationship, involves the nurse learning about the client andinitial concerns and needs. The client’s feelings are the initial focus of the communication. Assessing forsuicidal thoughts is necessary for safety. Assuring confidentiality helps build trust, which is part of this stage.Discussions concerning treatment techniques, such as journaling and medication, are done in stage 2 of theworking phase of the relationship.Test-Taking Tip:Practicing a few relaxation techniques may prove helpful on the day of an examination.Relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, imagery, head rolling, shoulder shrugging, rotating andstretching of the neck, leg lifts, and heel lifts with feetat on theoor can effectively reduce tension whilecausing little or no distraction to those around you. It is recommended that you practice one or two of thesetechniques intermittently to avoid becoming tense. The more anxious and tense you become, the longer it willtake you to relax.The home health nurse suspects that the client’s house is being used as amethamphetamine laboratory. Which observations support this conclusion?Select all thatapply. One, some, or all responses may be correct.'I’m here to talk with you about how you’ve been feeling.''How do you feel about keeping a journal regarding how you are feeling?''Are you experiencing any suicidal or homicidal thoughts?''Are you open to the prospect of being prescribed antidepressant medication?''What we talk about will be shared only with your treatment team.'Many small plastic bagsA strong odor of acetoneMany empty cold medicine bottlesA pot of tall plants with broad leavesJars containing crystalsElsevier Adaptive Quizzing - Quiz performance442 of 4444/4/2022, 6:24 PM

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Schizophrenia, Borderline personality disorder, Histrionic personality disorder, The Unconscious,

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