The ability to distinguish what is real from what is not.
A state of well-being where a person can realize his own abilities can cope with normal stresses of life and work productively.
Is the promotion of mental health, prevention of mental disorders, nursing care of patients during illness and rehabilitation
Absence of mental illness
Administers medications to a schizophrenic patient.
The nurse feeds and bathes a catatonic client
Coordinates diverse aspects of care rendered to the patient
Disseminates information about alcohol and its effects.
Uses defensive function for protection.
Is impulsive and without morals.
Determines the circumstances before making decisions.
The censoring portion of the mind
Helping the client resume self care.
Ensuring the safety of a suicidal client in the institution.
Teaching the client stress management techniques
Case finding and surveillance in the community
“Are you being threatened or hurt by your partner?
“Are you frightened of you partner”
“Is something bothering you?”
“What happens when you and your partner argue?”
Sexual desire disorder
Sexual arousal Disorder
Sexual Pain Disorder
“Here’s the number of a crisis center that you can call for help .”
“Its best to leave your husband.”
“Did you discuss this with your family?”
“ Why do you allow yourself to be treated this way”
“Once my child is toilet trained, I can still expect her to have some"
“When I tell my child to do something once, I don’t expect to have to tell"
“My child is expected to try to do things such as, dress and feed.”
“My 3 year old loves to say NO.”
Assess the scope of the problem
Analyze the family dynamics
Ensure the safety of the victim
Teach the victim coping skills
Somatoform Pain Disorder
Strives to gratify the needs for satisfaction and security
Conflict between id and superego
A hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal reaction to stress
A conditioned response to stressors
Ineffective individual coping
Alteration in comfort, pain
Altered role performance
Impaired social interaction
Physical symptoms are explained by organic causes
It is a voluntary expression of psychological conflicts
Expression of conflicts through bodily symptoms
Management entails a specific medical treatment
“I know the feeling is real tests revealed negative results.”
“I think you’re exaggerating things a little bit.”
“Try to forget this feeling and have activities to take it off your mind”
“So tell me more about the pain”
Provide as much structure as possible for the child
Ignore the child’s overactivity.
Encourage the child to engage in any play activity to dissipate energy
Remove the child from the classroom when disruptive behavior occurs
Easy distractibility to external stimuli.
Preference for inanimate objects.
Serious violations of age related norms.
Returning the child to the school immediately with family support.
Calmly explaining why attendance in school is necessary
Allowing the child to enter the school before the other children
Allowing the parent to accompany the child in the classroom
Overprotection of the child
Patience, routine and repetition
Assisting the parents set realistic goals
Giving reasonable compliments
Altered parenting role
Altered family process
Sensory motor stage
Increased attention span and concentration
Increase in appetite
Sleepiness and lethargy
Bradycardia and diarrhea
Argumentativeness, disobedience, angry outburst
Intolerance to change, disturbed relatedness, stereotypes
Distractibility, impulsiveness and over activity
Aggression, truancy, stealing, lying
Engage in diversionary activities when acting -out
Provide an atmosphere of acceptance
Provide safety measures
Rearrange the environment to activate the child