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Which are two of the most important reasons that nurses utilize theories in their approach to helping clients with psychiatric disorders?

Which are two of the most important reasons that nurses utilize theories in their approach to helping clients with psychiatric disorders? Theories provide knowledge expansion in the field, and they are a way of incorporating known findings into a framework for understanding clients.

Which nursing theory focuses on the nurse client relationship and development of problem solving skills?

In his theory of interpersonal relations, Peplau adapted the concepts of communication and relationships from Sullivan’s interpersonal theory and focused on patient- nurse relationships for the development of problem-solving skills.

Which theorist viewed interpersonal relations as a basis of human development and behavior?

Henry Stack-Sullivan, who is considered the father of interpersonal psychiatry, developed the Interpersonal Theory of Nursing. This theory explained the role of interpersonal relationships and social experiences in regards to the shaping of personalities, as well as the importance of life events to psychopathology.

Which concept states that if a certain behavior is rewarded with praise the behavior will probably be repeated?

In operant conditioning, positive reinforcement involves the addition of a reinforcing stimulus following a behavior that makes it more likely that the behavior will occur again in the future. When a favorable outcome, event, or reward occurs after an action, that particular response or behavior will be strengthened.

How do you reinforce good behavior?

Examples of Positive Reinforcement

  1. Clapping and cheering.
  2. Giving a high five.
  3. Giving a hug or pat on the back.
  4. Giving a thumbs-up.
  5. Offering a special activity, like playing a game or reading a book together.
  6. Offering praise.
  7. Telling another adult how proud you are of your child’s behavior while your child is listening.

What are three slippery Behaviours that are outside your value?

For me, when I see the following three behaviours I know I’m on the slippery path to living outside my values: when I’m being kind to only people I like, when I practice only the golden rule, or when I stop the kindness if I don’t get anything back. 3. Finally, think about who is in your arena with you.

What are slippery behaviors?

Motivations and end goals are made stronger when values and intentions are clear. Brown calls these “slippery behaviors” and referencing how they may go against values helps realign the vision and get everyone back on track.