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ch 5 psyc

trusting RN-pt behaviors caring openess objectivity respect interest understanding consistancy tx pt as human being, suggesting w/out telling approachability listening keeping promises honesty
congruence when words & actions match
aspects of positive regard calling pt by name, spending time w/pt, & listening & responding openly
values abstract standards that give a person a sense of right & wrong & establish a code of conduct for living. ie: hard work, honesty, sincerity, cleanliness, orderliness
choosing when a person considers a range of possibilites & freely chooses the value that feels right
prizing when person considers value, cherishes it, & publicly attaches it to themselves
acting when a person puts value into action.
beliefs ideas that one holds to be true. ie:all old ppl are hard of hearing
attitudes general feelings or frame of reference around which a person organizes knowledge abt the world
therapeutic use of self self-awareness so RN can use personality, experience, values, feelings, intellegence, & coping skills to establish relationships w/clients
Johari window (word portrait) sense of self: 1-open/public(qualities everyone knows abt u), 2-blind/unaware(only known to others), 3-hidden/private, 4-unknown(undiscovered)
pre-conceptions ways a person expects another to behave or speak, as a roadblock to a formation of an autherntic relationship
admiting unknowing for the nurse to admit they do not know the client or client's subjective world opens the way for a truly authentic relationship
social relationship for frinedship, socialization, companionship, or accomplishment of a task. Comm may be superficial (sharing ideas, feelings, & experinces)meets the basic need for ppl to interact. outcomes rarely assessed
intimate relationship has no place in the nurse-pt relationship
therapeutic relationship focuses on needs, experiences, feelings, & ideas of pt only.
self-disclosure means revealing personal info such as biographical info & personal ideas, thoughts, feelings abt oneself to client. Use with extreme caution in psyc
Created by: 1225581002