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mental final study 3

mental 3 final

Prescribed to children with ADD or ADHD Psychostimulants
Another word for antipsychotics neuroleptics
Decreases risk of social withdrawal, elevates mood antidepressants
Minor tranquilizers antianxiety
Lithium anti-manic
Under which condition is ECT still used Severe or intractable depression
When working with possible suicide individuals it is most important for the OTA to be aware of elopement
When working with possible suicide individual, it is important to never leave pt. alone
OTA should follow steps when dealing with assault except for summon help quietly without yelling
On locked unit, it is important to be aware of who is behind you as you leave to prevent elopement
Pt. education in safety procedures may include instructions in simple first aid
Medication used to treat psychotic conditions are called neuroleptics
A COTA is working in a psyche social setting with clients who are classified a being risk for suicide. Craft selection should be Stenciling on poster board
What are 3 response variables OTA’s use when working with clients self, environment, & activity
Ability to understand how other person feels empathy
Sense of friendliness, interest, and enthusiasm warmth
Alertness to pt’s needs sensitivity
Not phony, comfortable with who you are Genuiness
Recognize as unique individual Respect
Revealing myself when appropriate Self-disclosure
State what is relevant Specificity
Giving feed-back right after event Immediacy
In some situations, the client may consciously or unconsciously use symptoms to cope with underlying problems
How we intervene or treat as practitioners the symptoms & behaviors will determine if we have implemented a successful treatment plan
As OT practitioners, we strive for providing our client with the just right challenge
Often seen in the criminal justice system Antisocial Personality Disorder
Unstable or erratic relationships and fluctuating sense of personal identity Borderline Personality Disorder
Characterized by perfectionism Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Extreme self-centeredness Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Misinterpreting others actions as suspicious Paranoid Personality Disorder
Fear of social contact with others Avoidant personality Disorder
The five C’s do not include colorful
When working with a depressed individual, the most important thing is to Give simple directions and patiently wait for a response
It is the most serious side effect of neuroleptics. May become permanent unless stopped. Writhing of tongue and fingers Tardive Dyskinesia
Side effect of neuroleptics characterized by movements similar to Parkinson’s pts. extra Pyramidal Syndrome
RUMBA stands for Goal writing is relative, understandable, measurable, behavioral, and achievable
Categories of antidepressants include all but benzodiaxipine
Another word for psychotropic mind-changing
When a person, (usually the pt.) unconsciously relates to the other person( usually the therapist) as if they were someone else important in their life Transference
Occurs when the other person, (usually the therapist) unconsciously falls into that role Countertransference
IQ less than 70 mental retardation
Marked loss of interest major depressive disorder
Group of mental conditions that manifest with feelings of discomfort, dread, apprehension anxiety disorder
Sensory experience that does not correspond to external reality hallucinations
Beliefs that are contrary to reality as experienced in one’s cultural group Delusions
A type of thinking in which persecutory and grandiose ideas predominate Paranoia
Pts. with seductive behavior and sexual acting out should have their own personal space and be protected from sudden touch smell and warmth of others
Treatment intervention planning that measures how effective treatment was quality assurance
As a general rule about environments for the acute client which type would be the best decrease stimulation and reduce light and noise level
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