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Test Bank Psychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse, 2nd Edition Wheeler Table of Contents The Nurse Psychotherapist and a Framework for Practice 3 The Neurophysiology of Trauma and... Psychotherapy 53 Assessment and Diagnosis 95 The Initial Contact and Maintaining the Frame 169 Supportive and Psychodynamic Psychotherapy 225 Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy 261 Motivational Interviewing 299 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 313 Interpersonal Psychotherapy 347 Humanistic–Existential and Solution-Focused Approaches to Psychotherapy 369 Group Therapy 407 Family Therapy 429 Stabilization for Trauma and Dissociation 469 Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Complex Trauma 509 Psychopharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy 529 Psychotherapeutic Approaches for Addictions and Related Disorders 565 Psychotherapy With Children 597 Psychotherapy With Older Adults 625 Reimbursement and Documentation 661 Termination and Outcome Evaluation 693 Psychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse, Second Edition: A How-To Guide for EvidenceBased Practice 2nd Edition Test Bank Chapter 1. The Nurse Psychotherapist and a Framework for Practice m Question 1 co The nurses new job description at the generalist level of practice reflects the definition of psychiatricmental health nursing and the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice (ANA, APNA, ISPN). In which Standard Text: Select all that apply. 1. Stress management strategies 3. Parenting classes for new parents st 4. Family and group psychotherapy ba n 2. Early diagnosis of psychiatric disorders kt a nk . of the following areas might the nurse plan programs and intervention to fulfill employment expectations? .te 5. Medication teaching for anti-anxiety medications w Correct Answer: 1,3,4,5 Rationale 1: Stress management strategies address health, wellness, and care of mental health problems and w are appropriate for psychiatricmental health nursing at the generalist level of practice. w Rationale 2: Early diagnosis of psychiatric disorders is generally not consistent with the definition or practice of psychiatricmental health nursing especially at the generalist level. Rationale 3: Parenting classes for new parents provide teaching that is consistent with the prevention of mental health problems and is consistent with psychiatricmental health nursing at the generalist level of practice. Rationale 4: Family and group psychotherapy is consistent at the advanced practice registered nurse level but not the generalist level. Rationale 5: Medication teaching for anti-anxiety medications promotes quality of care for persons with psychiatric disorders and is vital for psychiatricmental health nursing practice at the generalist level of practice. Global Rationale: Cognitive Level: Applying Client Need: Psychosocial Integrity m Client Need Sub: co Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Planning delivery of contemporary psychiatricmental health nursing. kt a Question 2 nk . Learning Outcome: Apply knowledge of current practice and professional performance standards to the Type: MCSA ba n The nurse is serving on a committee charged with reviewing the roles and responsibilities of the nurses on the psychiatric unit. Which publication should the nurse bring to the first meeting? st 1. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders .te 2. American Nurses Credentialing Center certification requirements w 3. American Nurses Association, Code of Ethics w 4. PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice w Correct Answer: 4 Rationale 1: The PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice delineates psychiatricmental health nursing roles and functions and serves as guidelines for providing quality care. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is used by the mental health care team, particularly the psychiatrist, to diagnose clients with mental disorders and is not specific to nursing care issues. The Code of Ethics helps to clarify right and wrong actions by the nurse, but does not clarify roles and nursing care actions. Certification requirements outline steps toward certification that acknowledge knowledge and expertise, but do not delineate roles and responsibilities. Rationale 2: The PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice delineates psychiatricmental health nursing roles and functions and serves as guidelines for providing quality care. The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders is used by the mental health care team, particularly the psychiatrist, to diagnose clients with mental disorders and is not specific to nursing care issues. The Code of Ethics helps to clarify right and wrong actions by the nurse, but does not clarify roles and nursing care actions. Certification requirements outline steps toward certification that acknowledge knowledge and expertise, but do not delineate roles and responsibilities. m Rationale 3: The PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice delineates psychiatricmental health nursing roles and functions and serves as guidelines for providing quality care. The Diagnostic and Statistical co Manual of Mental Disorders is used by the mental health care team, particularly the psychiatrist, to diagnose clients with mental disorders and is not specific to nursing care issues. The Code of Ethics helps to clarify right nk . and wrong actions by the nurse, but does not clarify roles and nursing care actions. Certification requirements outline steps toward certification that acknowledge knowledge and expertise, but do not delineate roles and kt a responsibilities. Rationale 4: The PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice delineates psychiatricmental health nursing roles and functions and serves as guidelines for providing quality care. The Diagnostic and Statistical ba n Manual of Mental Disorders is used by the mental health care team, particularly the psychiatrist, to diagnose clients with mental disorders and is not specific to nursing care issues. The Code of Ethics helps to clarify right and wrong actions by the nurse, but does not clarify roles and nursing care actions. Certification requirements st outline steps toward certification that acknowledge knowledge and expertise, but do not delineate roles and Global Rationale: .te responsibilities. w Cognitive Level: Applying w Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment w Client Need Sub: Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Evaluation Learning Outcome: Apply knowledge of current practice and professional performance standards to the delivery of contemporary psychiatricmental health nursing. Question 3 Type: MCSA The psychiatricmental health nurse reflecting on professional role activities is referred to the standards of professional performance by a colleague. To which organization should the nurse look for guidance? 1. North American Nursing Diagnosis Association 2. American Nurses Credentialing Center m 3. National League for Nursing co 4. American Nurses Association nk . Correct Answer: 4 Rationale 1: The American Nurses Association will be the best resource as professional performance is addressed in standards 715 of ANAs PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice. The National kt a League for Nursing primarily addresses nursing education, while the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center focuses on certification. The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association develops a ba n classification system for nursing diagnoses. Rationale 2: The American Nurses Association will be the best resource as professional performance is addressed in standards 715 of ANAs PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice. The National st League for Nursing primarily addresses nursing education, while the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center focuses on certification. The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association develops a .te classification system for nursing diagnoses. w Rationale 3: The American Nurses Association will be the best resource as professional performance is addressed in standards 715 of ANAs PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice. The National w League for Nursing primarily addresses nursing education, while the American Nurses Association w Credentialing Center focuses on certification. The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association develops a classification system for nursing diagnoses. Rationale 4: The American Nurses Association will be the best resource as professional performance is addressed in standards 715 of ANAs PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice. The National League for Nursing primarily addresses nursing education, while the American Nurses Association Credentialing Center focuses on certification. The North American Nursing Diagnosis Association develops a classification system for nursing diagnoses. Global Rationale: Cognitive Level: Analyzing Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment Client Need Sub: Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Evaluation Learning Outcome: Apply knowledge of current practice and professional performance standards to the m delivery of contemporary psychiatricmental health nursing. co Question 4 nk . Type: MCSA The psychiatricmental health nurse is working with the new graduate nurse who is orienting to the psychiatric unit. Which comment by the new graduate indicates further clarification of the generalist-nursing role is kt a needed? ba n 1. I would feel better if you would look at my documentation that addresses progress toward treatment goals. 2. I will spend time each day evaluating the effectiveness of the therapeutic milieu. st 3. I am a little nervous about conducting psychotherapy with clients. w Correct Answer: 3 .te 4. I am doing some reading on how to incorporate complementary interventions into treatment plans. Rationale 1: The intent to conduct psychotherapy with clients is not consistent with the role of the nurse at the w generalist level of practice as outlined in the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice and w indicates a need for role clarification. Evaluation of the therapeutic milieu, documenting progress toward treatment goals, and incorporating complementary interventions are consistent with the roles of the psychiatricmental health nurse practicing at the generalist level. Rationale 2: The intent to conduct psychotherapy with clients is not consistent with the role of the nurse at the generalist level of practice as outlined in the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice and indicates a need for role clarification. Evaluation of the therapeutic milieu, documenting progress toward treatment goals, and incorporating complementary interventions are consistent with the roles of the psychiatricmental health nurse practicing at the generalist level. Rationale 3: The intent to conduct psychotherapy with clients is not consistent with the role of the nurse at the generalist level of practice as outlined in the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice and indicates a need for role clarification. Evaluation of the therapeutic milieu, documenting progress toward treatment goals, and incorporating complementary interventions are consistent with the roles of the psychiatricmental health nurse practicing at the generalist level. Rationale 4: The intent to conduct psychotherapy with clients is not consistent with the role of the nurse at the generalist level of practice as outlined in the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice and m indicates a need for role clarification. Evaluation of the therapeutic milieu, documenting progress toward psychiatricmental health nurse practicing at the generalist level. nk . Global Rationale: ba n Client Need Sub: kt a Cognitive Level: Applying Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment co treatment goals, and incorporating complementary interventions are consistent with the roles of the Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Evaluation Learning Outcome: Apply knowledge of current practice and professional performance standards to the st delivery of contemporary psychiatricmental health nursing. .te Question 5 w Type: MCSA w The client on the psychiatric unit is asking questions about prevention of sexually transmitted diseases. Given the PsychiatricMental Health Nursing Standards of Practice, which action would be most appropriate for the w nurse to take at this time? 1. Consult with the mental health care team. 2. Teach safer sexual practices. 3. Investigate the questions in individual psychotherapy. 4. Notify the attending psychiatrist. Correct Answer: 2 Rationale 1: The psychiatricmental health nurse employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment and teaches safer sexual practices to the client who is asking for the information. Notifying the psychiatrist and consulting with the mental health care team is not necessary as health teaching is within the independent practice of the RN. Conducting individual psychotherapy is not within the practice standards for the generalist nurse. m Rationale 2: The psychiatricmental health nurse employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment and teaches safer sexual practices to the client who is asking for the information. Notifying the psychiatrist and co consulting with the mental health care team is not necessary as health teaching is within the independent practice of the RN. Conducting individual psychotherapy is not within the practice standards for the generalist nk . nurse. Rationale 3: The psychiatricmental health nurse employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment kt a and teaches safer sexual practices to the client who is asking for the information. Notifying the psychiatrist and consulting with the mental health care team is not necessary as health teaching is within the independent practice of the RN. Conducting individual psychotherapy is not within the practice standards for the generalist ba n nurse. Rationale 4: The psychiatricmental health nurse employs strategies to promote health and a safe environment and teaches safer sexual practices to the client who is asking for the information. Notifying the psychiatrist and st consulting with the mental health care team is not necessary as health teaching is within the independent nurse. w Global Rationale: .te practice of the RN. Conducting individual psychotherapy is not within the practice standards for the generalist w Cognitive Level: Applying w Client Need: Health Promotion and Maintenance Client Need Sub: Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Implementation Learning Outcome: Apply knowledge of current practice and professional performance standards to the delivery of contemporary psychiatricmental health nursing. Question 6 Type: MCSA The client asks the nurse if certain changes can be made in the unit milieu. Which action by the nurse indicates understanding of the nursing role in the therapeutic milieu? 1. The nurse refers the clients requests to the psychiatric social worker. 3. The nurse refers the clients requests to the psychosocial rehabilitation worker. co 4. The nurse instructs the client that no changes can be made. m 2. The nurse discusses the desired changes with the client. nk . Correct Answer: 2 Rationale 1: The psychiatricmental health nurse has major responsibility for the milieu; therefore, it is appropriate to discuss requested changes in order to gather information regarding the effectiveness of the kt a milieu. The psychiatric social worker identifies community resources and may perform counseling. It is nontherapeutic to instruct the client that no changes can be made before gathering data in relation to the clients ba n requests. The psychosocial rehabilitation worker teaches day-to-day skills for living and may provide case management services. Rationale 2: The psychiatricmental health nurse has major responsibility for the milieu; therefore, it is st appropriate to discuss requested changes in order to gather information regarding the effectiveness of the milieu. The psychiatric social worker identifies community resources and may perform counseling. It is non- .te therapeutic to instruct the client that no changes can be made before gathering data in relation to the clients requests. The psychosocial rehabilitation worker teaches day-to-day skills for living and may provide case w management services. w Rationale 3: The psychiatricmental health nurse has major responsibility for the milieu; therefore, it is w appropriate to discuss requested changes in order to gather information regarding the effectiveness of the milieu. The psychiatric social worker identifies community resources and may perform counseling. It is nontherapeutic to instruct the client that no changes can be made before gathering data in relation to the clients requests. The psychosocial rehabilitation worker teaches day-to-day skills for living and may provide case management services. Rationale 4: The psychiatricmental health nurse has major responsibility for the milieu; therefore, it is appropriate to discuss requested changes in order to gather information regarding the effectiveness of the milieu. The psychiatric social worker identifies community resources and may perform counseling. It is non- therapeutic to instruct the client that no changes can be made before gathering data in relation to the clients requests. The psychosocial rehabilitation worker teaches day-to-day skills for living and may provide case management services. Global Rationale: Cognitive Level: Applying m Client Need: Safe Effective Care Environment co Client Need Sub: nk . Nursing/Integrated Concepts: Nursing Process: Evaluation Learning Outcome: Compare and contrast the differences and similarities among the roles of the psychiatricmental health nurse and other members of the mental health team. kt a Question 7 ba n Type: MCSA The nurse assesses that the mental health client has problems choosing productive, safe leisure activities. Which 1. Recreational therapist .te 2. Occupational therapist st member of the mental health team should the nurse consult with? w 3. Attending psychiatrist w 4. Clinical psychologist w Correct Answer: 1 Rationale 1: The recreational therapist plans and guides recreational activities to provide socialization, healthful recreation, and desirable interpersonal and intrapsychic experiences and will be the member of the healthcare team to take the lead in the implementation of this portion of the treatment plan. While all members of the team work together, the psychiatrist is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of the mental illness. The occupational therapist teaches self-help activities and helps prepare the client for employment. The clinical psychologists foci are psychotherapy, behavior modification, and psychological testing. Rationale 2: The recreational therapist plans and guides recreational activities to provide socialization, healthful recreation, and desirable interpersonal and intrapsychic experiences and will be the member of the healthcare team to take the lead in the implementation of this portion of the treatment plan. While all members of the team work together, the psychiatrist is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of the mental illness. The occupational therapist teaches self-help activities and helps prepare the client for employment. The clinical psychologists foci are psychotherapy, behavior modification, and psychological testing. Rationale 3: The recreational therapist plans and guides recreational activities to provide socialization, m healthful recreation, and desirable interpersonal and intrapsychic experiences and will be the member of the healthcare team to take the lead in the implementation of this portion of the treatment plan. While all members co of the team work together, the psychiatrist is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of the mental illness. The occupational therapist teaches self-help activities and helps prepare the client for employment. The clinical nk . psychologists foci are psychotherapy, behavior modification, and psychological testing. Rationale 4: The recreational therapist plans and guides recreational activities to provide socialization, kt a healthful recreation, and desirable interpersonal and intrapsychic experiences and will be the member of the healthcare team to take the lead in the implementation of this portion of the treatment plan. While all members of the team work together, the psychiatrist is responsible for the diagnosis and treatment of the mental illness. ba n The occupational therapist teaches self-help activities and helps prepare the client for employment. The clinical psychologists foci are psychotherapy, behavior modification, and psychological testing. .te Cognitive Level: Applying st Global Rationale: Client Need: Safe Effec [Show More]

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