Establish an atmosphere of trust
Discuss their eating behavior.
Help patients identify feelings associated with binge-purge behavior
Teach patient about bulimia nervosa
Encourage to verbalize his fears as much as he wants.
Assist him to find meaning to his feelings in relation to his past.
Establish trust through a consistent approach.
Accept her fears without criticizing.
Revealing personal information to the client
Focusing on the feelings of the client.
Confronting the client about discrepancies in verbal or non-verbal behavior
The client feels angry towards the nurse who resembles his mother.
The client verbalize his fears about the situation
The client will voluntarily attend group therapy in the social hall.
The client will socialize with others willingly
The client will be able to overcome his disabling fear.
Avoid taking CNS depressant like alcohol.
There are no restrictions in activities.
Limit fluid intake.
Any beverage like coffee may be taken
The symptoms are conscious effort to control anxiety
The client will experience a high level of anxiety in response to the paralysis.
The conversion symptom has symbolic meaning to the client
A confrontational approach will be beneficial for the client.
“I can refer you to a spiritual counselor if you like.”
“You shouldn’t allow anyone to pressure you into sex.”
“It sounds like this problem is related to your paralysis.”
“How do you feel about being pressured into sex by your boyfriend?”
Has evidence of an organic basis.
It is a deliberate effort to handle upsetting events
Gratification from the environment are obtained.
Stress is expressed through physical symptoms.
Stress management techniques