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intro to psych exam

if an infant is resrtrained too long what will happen according to erikson? mistrust
what do defense mechanisms protect ? external stress and internal conflicts
do people self injure intend to kill themselves? no
according to eriksons theory, ifyou do not resolve a stage, what happens? you cant move on to the next one
what would indicate if someone is mentally ill they cant handle the normal stresses of every day life
when assessing hallucinations and delusions, can we ask them if how they feel about voices they hear ? yes
what is stigma ? a collection of negative attitudes and beliefs that lead people to fear, reject, avoid and discriminate people with mental illness .
what is the first stage to eriksons theory trust vs mistrust .
beneficence an action that is done for the benefit of others .
nonmaleficence non-harming or inflicting the least harm possible to reach a beneficial outcome.
competency legal determinations client can make reasonable judgments
involuntary admissions detaining client against will
voluntary admission client consents and has signed document
advanced directive individuals who will make decisions and give consent on someone elses behalf
informed consent right to receive info to make decision
ethics set of morals
elopment leaving without consent
veracity telling the truth
justice treated equally, recognized for behaviour
name defense mechanism functions decrease anxiety, protect ego , increase security, increase self esteem
1 pyramid self actualization - morality
2 pyramid self esteem - respect
3 pyramid belonging love - intimacy
4 pyramid safety - personal security
5 pyramid psychological - food `
superego moral guide - good guy
id unconcious impulse to seek gratification - devil
ego mediates between id and reality
mileu therapy therapeutic communnity where social is designed to be part of the healing process
removation therapy focuses on abilities rather than problems.
remininence therapy focuses on positive recollections and strengths
physical exersise postitive effect on self exceptance
play therapy use of play to to provide information
behavioral therpay based on principle that all behaviour has consequences
art therapy use of painting drawing and sculpting
denial rejection of the things feelings to eliminate anxiety
ratiolization logical sounding excuse to conceal real reasons
projection blaming someone elses for ones difficulties
hallucination occurance of sight , sound , touch, smell or taste
stay w client during frightening experience hallucinations
talk with short simple phrases hallucinations
use clients preffered name halluciations
ask client to describe what is hapening hallucinations
delusions false beliefs that cannot be changed by logic
identify triggers delusions
give client opportunity to discuss delisions
reassure safety delusions
avoid arguing or challenging delusions
gently present reality delusions
validate clients sense of self self harm
establish trusting relationshio self harm
encourage communication on self injury self harm
formulate non self harm contract self harm
teach non violent coping strategies aggresion
formulate behaviour contract aggresion
show confidence, use non authority approach aggrsion
Created by: hansen1212