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Relationship develop

Mental Health

Therapuetic relationships Goal orientated and directed at learning and growth promotion
Therapeutic use of self Ability to use one's personality consciously and in full awareness in an attempt to establish relatedness and to structure nursing interventions.
Values clarification one process by which an individual may gain self-awareness
Beliefs Ideas that one holds to be ture. May be rational, irrational, held on faith, sterotypical
Attitudes Frames of reference around which an individual organizes knowledge about his or her world. They may be judgemental, selective, and biased. Also, positive or negative.
Values Abstract standards, positive or negative, that represent an individual's ideal mode of conduct and ideal goals. Action oriented or action producing
Johari Window Representation of the self and a tool that can be used to increase self-awareness. The goal of increasing self-awareness is to increase the size of the window: Open or public self. (upper left)
The open or public self Upper left quadrant represents the part of the self that is public, that is, aspects of the self about which both the individual and others are aware.
The unknowing self The upper right quadrant represents the part of the self that is known to others but remains hidden from the awareness of the individual.
The private self The lower left quadrant represents the part of the self that is known to the indivudal, but which the individual deliverately and consciously conceals from others.
The unknown self The lower right quadrant of the window represents the part of the self that is unknown both to the individual and to others.
Rapport Implies special feelings on the part of both the client and the nurse based on acceptance, warmth, friendliness, common interest, a sense of trust, and a nonjudgemental attitude.
Trust One must feel confidence in that person's presence, reliability, integrity, veracity, and sincere desire to provide assistance when requested.
Respect believe in the dignity and worth of an individual regardless of his or her unacceptable behavior
Genuineness The nurse's ability to be open, honest, and "real" in interactions with the client
Empathy The ability to see beyond outward behavior and to understand the situation from the client's point of view.
Transference Occurs when the client unconsciously displaces (or "transfers") to the nurse feelings formed toward a person from the past
Created by: asau