What type of questions should be used when interacting with a client?
What are the aims of the counselling process?
giving unsolicited advice
assessment and problem definition
likening issues to own personal experience
encouraging blame of others
Interventions which may be used during a counselling session include [blank_start]...[blank_end]
relaxation, meditation, mindfulness
CBT, pharmocotherapy, ECT
DBT, hypnosis, meditation
A counselor needs to exhibit...
a non-judgmental outlook
Barriers to effective counselling include:
good previous experience
labelling & judging
Counselling can be defined as being a process which occurs when a client and a counselor have established rapport and set aside a time to explore presenting difficulties, while enabling the client to focus on feelings and facilitating positive change.
What is psychoeducation?
Explaining emotional discharge
Basing treatment off what is best for everyone, not the client
Sharing information and facilitating information transfer
Providing assistance for self-help
What makes a client less likely to adhere to a medication regime?
Acceptance of an illness
Positive therapeutic alliance
Involuntary Treatment Order
What does SOLER stand for?
lean towards client
lean away from client
look client directly in the eyes
exclude personal bias
repeat/paraphrase what has been said
read client's body language
Paraphrasing shows to the client that the health care professional is actively listening and confirms what has been said
Summarising does not allow the condensing of two or more paraphrases
What is "recovery" in regards to mental health?
Returning to a normal state of health
Managing the mental health issue with minimal effects
Process of change through which an individual achieves abstinence
A nominated person is not able to make decisions in the best interest of the compulsory client
The nominated person....
manages the client's financial assets during the length of the admission
receives information regarding the client
cannot be consulted about treatment options
makes informed decisions regarding the client's care
Consumers of the counselling service [blank_start]...[blank_end]
are living the experience of the illness
have main responsibility of care
have knowledge through training
Carers in the counselling service [blank_start]...[blank_end]
are trained and experience in MHN
experience the illness
provide care to acutely unwell consumers
Service providers are [blank_start]....[blank_end]