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This comprehensive text focuses on communication, learning theories, and the practical application of therapeutic communication in various patient situations. This 2nd edition text presents in detail basic communication skills and approaches that are appropriate for use with all age groups. Chapters related to learning theories, the understanding of growth and development of each age group, and the recognition of defense mechanisms provide an awareness of the critical elements involved in therapeutic communication. The information in this revised version is clearly presented in a sequential manner that is easily transferred to real-life situations. Knowledge gleaned from this text is helpful in any allied health profession. A wide variety of client profiles and appropriate therapeutic responses are presented for stress, anger, suicide, depression, drug dependency, abuse, loss, grief, SAD and postpartum depression. (Defensive, depressed, abuse, health, Allied Health, communication, therapy, patient)
Table of Contents
|Human and Technical Relations Skills|
|Social and Therapeutic Communications|
|The Therapeutic Process|
|What is Your Style|
|Basic Communication Skills|
|Communications with Diverse Populations|
|Influence of Technology on Communication|
|The Helping Interview|
|Identification of Problem|
|Levels of Need|
|Roadblocks to Communication|
|Resolution of the Problem|
|Learning Theories of Growth and Development:|
|Cognitive Development Learning Theory|
|Psychoanalytic Development Learning Theories|
|Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)|
|Eric Erikson (1902-1994)|
|Moral Development Learning Theories|
|Piaget's Six Dimensions of Moral Development|
|Lawrence Kohlberg's Stages of Moral Development|
|Behavioral and Humanistic Learning Theories|
|Ivan Pavlov, Behaviorist. B. F. Skinner, Behaviorist|
|Social Learning Theory|
|Abraham Maslow, Humanist|
|The Therapeutic Response:|
|The Therapeutic Response in Age Groups|
|The Therapeutic Response to Frightened, Angry and Aggressive Clients|
|The Frightened Client|
|The Angry/Aggressive Client|
|The Therapeutic Response to Stressed and Anxious Clients|
|What is Stress|
|Stress and the Life Cycle|
|How to Reduce Stress|
|The Therapeutic Response to Depressed Clients|
|Types of Depression|
|Depression and the Life Cycle|
|The Therapeutic Response to Suicidal Clients|
|Four Stages of Contemplating Suicide|
|The Therapeutic Response to Sexually Suggestive Clients|
|Attitudes Toward Sexuality|
|The Therapeutic Response to Drug-Dependent Clients|
|Abuse of Other Drugs|
|The Therapeutic Response to Abusive and Abused Clients|
|Phases of Violence|
|Physical Indicators of Abuse|
|The Therapeutic Response to AIDS Clients|
|The Realities of AIDS|
|The Therapeutic Response to Clients Experiencing Loss, Grief, Dying and Death|
|G. L. Engle. Kubler-Ross|
|Cultural Influences on Grief and death|
|Kinds of Losses|
|Factors That Influence Grief|
|Dysfunctional and Unresolved Grief|
|Losses Faced by Persons with a Life-Threating Illness|
|The Therapeutic Response|
|The Right to Die|
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