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determine the client’s problems, it is nontherapeutically timed and the nurse has no basis for making this judgment.Test-Taking Strategy: Use therapeutic communication techniques. Note that the correct option is the umbrella option and addresses the seeking of treatment. Review: care of the client who has experienced emotional trauma .Reference: Stuart, G. (2009). Principles & practice of psychiatric nursing(9th ed., pp. 27-31, 224-225). St. Louis: Mosby.Cognitive Ability: ApplyingClient Needs: Psychosocial IntegrityIntegrated Process: Communication and DocumentationContent Area: Mental Health Giddens Concepts: Communication, Mood and AffectHESI Concepts: Communication, Mood and Affect Awarded 1.0 points out of 1.0 possible points. 67.ID: 9477084332 A 68-year-old client whose husband died 2 months ago says to the nurse, “I’m having trouble sleeping lately, even though I don’t nap in the daytime. I’ve been using warm milk without any results.” Which statement by the nurse would be therapeutic?