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working on relationships

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working on relationships

  1. 1. Chapter 6: Bridges and Barriers in the Therapeutic Relationship Barriers • Lack of…(bridges) • Anxiety • Stereotyping • Space violation • Confidentiality violation • Cultural and gender differences Bridges • Respect • Caring • Empowerment • Trust • Empathy • Mutuality • Veracity
  2. 2. Steps in the Caring Process C. A. R. E.  CONNECT with the client  APPRECIATE your client’s situation  RESPOND to what your client needs  EMPOWER the client to problem-solve with you
  3. 3. 3 skills to facilitate empathy  A) Recognition and classification of requests  Information, action, empathetic understanding  B) Attending behaviors  C) Empathetic responses
  4. 4. Stereotyping Exercise  The nature of this exercise is to engage in an open discussion about the use of stereotypes and therefore attention must be paid to the personal experiences brought forth.  SPECIAL ED STUDENTS  AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES  LESBIANS  VIETNAM VETERANS  HONOR ROLL STUDENTS  ASIAN FEMALES  GAY MALES  GIRLS W/ GREEN HAIR & PIERCINGS  HISPANICs  ATHLETES/CHEERLEADERS
  5. 5. Stereotyping Exercise  Debrief by asking the following:  Were there any stereotypes posted about groups or categories to which you belong?  Where do they come from?  Where do we hear them most often used?  Were there any positive ones? Why should they also be avoided?  Is there any group that is free from stereotypes?  Allow any individuals to share their experiences with being stereotyped
  6. 6. CHAPTER 7: ROLE RELATIONSHIP PATTERNS  Role- traditional pattern of behavior and self- expression performed by or expected of an individual within a given society  Ascribed roles (birth)  Acquired roles (life)  Role Socialization
  7. 7. Nurses’ Role  Caregiver  Teacher  Client advocate  Manager  Evaluator  Researcher  Consultant  Case manager  Nurse Practitioner  Nurse-Midwives  Nurse Specialists  Nurse Anesthetist
  8. 8. Role Relationship  ANA Bill of Rights for Registered Nurses- protect the dignity and autonomy of nurses in the workplace.  Magnet Recognition Program

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