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Chapter 6

working with clients and their families

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Factors that influence psychosocial health personality, family background, environment, and life circumstances
Erikson's Theory 0-1 Trust vs. mistrust
Erikson's Theory 1-3 Autonomy vs. doubt
Erikson's Theory 3-6 Initiative vs. guilt
Erikson's Theory 6- 12 Competence vs. inferiority
Erikson's Theory 12- 20 Identity vs. role confusion
Erikson's Theory 20- 40 Intimacy vs. isolation
Erikson's Theory 40- 65 Generativity vs. stagnation
Erikson's Theory 65 + Integrity vs. despair
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs physical, safety, love and belonging, self- esteem, and self actualization
helping relationship are respect, compassion, empathy, sympathy, competence, self- awareness
Primary caregiver is family member/ close friend who assumes the responsibilities of caring for a person with an illness
psychosocial health is the achievement of well being in the social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual dimensions of ones life
which of the following is apart of Erickson's theory of psychosocial development people must successfully complete a task in each stage before moving on to the next
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs can best be described as a system that arranges human needs into categories
which of the following is part of Maslow's Hierarchy of needs Physical needs
a professional helping relationship is established for the benefits of the client
empathy is understanding the experiences and feelings of others as if they were your own
common courtesy is a sign of respect
independence is not depending on others for control or authority
when supporting clients from families in conflict, your supervisor expects you to observe and report on family interactions
helping relationships respect, compassion, empathy, sympathy, competence, and self- awareness
Created by: mackenziemarie21