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Postmodern Approaches to Therapy: Ch. 13

question 1. A solution-focused brief therapist believes: (p. 375-378) answer d. both (a) and (b) The client is an expert on his or her own life. The client is inherently competent. question 2. The postmodern view incorporates all of the following concepts except for the notion that: answer a. reality is objectively defined. question 3. […]

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PSYC360 Ch. 7: COGNITIVE THERAPY

question Cognitive Therapy (CT) answer -Aaron Beck -Focus on role of information processing -Cognition, behavior, affect and motivation are intertwined + co-occur -Focus on primacy of cognition -Schemas -Uses cognitive + behavioral techniques *ALTERING THOUGHTS INFLUENCES FEELINGS, MOTIVATIONS, BEHAVIORS question Cognitive schema answer -Structure containing self perceptions -Thoughts about others and world -Memories, goals, fantasies […]

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Chapter 6 Other systems Therapy Ed NPTE

question HIV/AIDs exercise recommendations answer -postpone exercise testing during acute infections -frequency: 3-4 days/week -intensity of aerobic exercise: 40-<60% VO2R or HRR -resistance exercise: moderate levels, weights can be lifted 8-10 times -time: total of aerobic and resistance exercise: 30-60 min/day -avoid exhaustive exercise with symptomatic individuals, possible immune suppression can occur with more intense […]

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Mindfulness-based therapy

question Three waves of CBT answer 1. behavior therapy to change associations (= systematic desensitizaion, aversive conditioning, reinformecemn) 2. addition of cognitive therapy to change internal mediators (i.e. congition) through though records 3. not chaning the content but the relation to the content (= mindfulness, cognitive defusion) question psychopathology as dyscontrol/psychological inflexibility answer mental disorders […]

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Radiation Therapy

question What is the Goal of Radiation Therapy answer Is to sterilize a targeted tumor completely while preserving the integrity of surrounding normal structures. question Principles of Radiation Therapy answer High-energy ionizing radiation destroys the cancer cell’s ability to grow and multiply. Some cells are directly damaged by the ionizing rays or particles. More cells […]

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Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy

question Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy answer Designed to improve relationships and communication within the family structure by addressing a person’s actions, emotions, and perceptions as they relate to that person’s dynamic within the family unit question The four universal meta-goals as the focus of therapy answer Raising self-esteem; Becoming a choice maker; Becoming responsible; Becoming […]

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Medicated Aerosol Therapy

question Characteristics of Therapeutic aerosols answer 1. Output – particle size 1-5 microns, usually targeting the smaller airways 2. Deposition a) inertial impaction b) sedimentation c) diffusion 3. Aging question Goals of Medicated Aerosol Therapy answer 1. provide medication to the targeted organ – the lung 2. Depending on the medication administered a) promote bronchodilation […]

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BEYOND THERAPY SCENE 1 ACT 1

question Scene 1 answer Hello. question Hello. answer Are you the white male, 30 to 35, 6’2”, blue eyes, who’s into rock music, movies, jogging and quiet evenings at home? question Yes, I am. answer Hi, I’m Prudence. question I’m Bruce. answer Nice to meet you. question Won’t you sit down? answer Thank you. As […]

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Exposure Therapy -9

question exposure therapy answer are used to treat anxiety, fear, and other intense m=negative emotional reactions such as anger by exposing the clients under-carefully controlled and safe conditions- to the situations or events that elicit the emotional reactions question anxiety answer – it becomes problematic when its intensity is disproportionate to the actual situation and […]

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Intravenous therapy

question Local Complications answer … question Mechanical answer Identify and correct problem early: adjusting tourniquet insertion site swelling above, below or over catheter site catheter against vessel wall, kinked or bent at flexion point or patient position IV tubing or IV pump malfunction question Ecchymosis/Hematoma answer Occurs during IV insertion causing local discoloration and may […]

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Periodontal Maintenance Therapy

question Periodontal maintenance has also been reffered to as answer periodontal recall supportive periodontal care contiuning care question Refractory periodontal disease occurs in treated periodontal patients who answer failed to respond to periodontal treatment including maintenance therapy question What are some reasons that pt my be refractory answer because of inadequate treatment presences of systemic […]

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Chapter 13 Methods of Therapy

question A therapist’s relationship to a client is impacted by the answer interaction of the therapist’s theoretical approach and the client’s perspective. question To change a client’s nail biting behavior, the client is instructed to paint their nails with a coating that tastes terrible. This is a(n) ____ method. answer Aversive conditioning. question Token economy […]

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Reality Therapy Concepts

question Creator of Reality Therapy answer Will Gasser question Reality Therapy A answer Deals with conscious behavioral problems. it is imperative that clients self-evaluate, develop, and commit to a plan of action. question Reality Therapy B answer provides a structure in which clients and therapist can measure the degree and nature of changes being made. […]

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Collaborative Therapy

question Role of the Therapist answer Partner in dialogue. Enter with a beginner’s mind because the client is the expert. Curious and speculative. Use the client’s language and avoid a position of leadership question What is Collaborative Therapy? answer A two-way dialogical process in which therapists and clients co-explore and co-create understanding related to client […]

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3 types of somatic therapy

question pharmacotherapy answer the use of drugs to treat psychopathology. question pharmacotherapy example answer ex) question electroconvulsive therapy (ect) answer treatment for severe depression, consisting of an electric shock passed directly thru the brain, which induces a convulsion. question electroconvulsive therapy example answer ex) question psychosurgery answer any surgical alteration of the brain designed to […]

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Antineoplastic therapy

question antineoplastic answer drugs used to treat cancers question 4 types answer -cytotoxic (chemotherapy) -targeted antineoplastic (target specific types of cancer cells without widespread systemic effects) -hormones & hormone antagonists -bioloiogcal response modifers (immunomodulators) -different types effective against different types of cancers question characteristics of cancer cells answer multiple mutations or epigenetic changes enable them […]

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Laboratory Tests for Anticoagulant Therapy

question Clotting or Coagulation Time answer >amount of time drawn blood takes to clot >normal time 3-7 minutes. Will be prolonged > 10 minutes if thrombocytopenia (<100,000 mm3) question Prothrombin Time (PT) answer >also referred to as Protime >Activated Prothrombin Time – more precise >*Used to monitor warfarin (Coumadin) therapy* measures the time blood takes […]

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Electrolytes Used for Replacement Therapy

question Sodium Chloride answer – Replacement therapy – manufacture of isotonic solutions (0.9% w/v) – flavor enhancer question Isotonic Solutions answer – Used as wet dressings – Used for irrigating body cavities or tissues question Hypotonic Solutions answer – Maintenance therapy when patients cannot take fluid and nutrients – Dextrose question Hypertonic Solutions answer – […]

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ISSA PTR253 exercise therapy

question T/F: Handicaps can be situation specific. answer True question Disuse Syndrome answer The disruption of the normal balance between rest and physical activity, decreasing optimal functional capacity question T/F: A client’s age is not an important factor when designing a comprehensive therapeutic exercise program answer False question What should be considered when designing a […]

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Fundamental Concepts of Massage Therapy

question What is the meaning of massage? answer Method of healing that applies various techniques. Primarily used are the hands, fingers, forearms, elbows, knees and feet. question How is massage best applied? answer Massage involves acting on and manipulating the body with fixed or moveable pressure, holding, vibration, rocking, friction, kneading and compression of the […]

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Cognitive Therapy – Automatic thoughts

question What are automatic thoughts? answer – Thoughts that occur rapidly without rational analysis – Negative – Based on erroneous logic question Types of automatic thoughts? answer – Arbitrary Inference – Overgeneralization (absolutistic thingking) – Dichotomous thinking – Selective abstraction – Magnification – Minimization – Catastrophic thinking – Personalization question What is Arbitrary Inference? answer […]

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