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Page 1 of 20 THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES 1. (1) It encourages the patient to talk; (2) directs his thoughts to the task, at hand--the consideration of his problem; (3) reduces the pace of the interview when either the, nurse or the patient is pressing or pushing too hard; (4) gives the patient time to consider, alternative courses of action, delve deeply into his feelings, or weigh a decision; (5) and allows, the patient to discover that he can be accepted even though he is silent, that even though he is shy. �ax��_֏�ܙ,s�t��E†]2��mw0�1 Therapeutic communication is a collection of techniques that prioritize the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of patients. ® positive clinical outcomes.1 ® 1higher levels of patient satisfaction. 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Therapeutic Communication Techniques (cont.) �� Jه���u�s��Dj��Dj�,�Fh��TF�z�Qe�j�1��G��x�7�u����eãi�䰲�tڀWu)�OӾУr����ނ��6�� .��CGb��*G�M4o!4� With therapeutic communication, nurses often use open-ended statements and questions, repeat … It is only as I, understand the feelings and thoughts which seem so horrible to you, or so weak, or so, sentimental or so bizarre--it is only as I see them as you see them, and accept them and you, that, you can feel really free to explore all the hidden nooks and frightening crannies of your inner and. Much nonverbal communication occurs during these interludes. Accepting does not indicate agreement but is nonjudgemental in character. ...utilizing absence of verbal communication. ����R�G�+R#J8��>�,'����[m�|� 8ݶ���Pc��I��~.�g�����GN�����{'a4 ��!I�Q,�`13?�Q�sD/6W7?�{۹�!�C}x�—n{V If they do not, the. This article provides therapeutic communication about key aspects of the therapeutic work that can stimulate rich discussions and learning. 3. TECHNIQUES OF THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION Technique Description Example Broad opening statements To allow the patient to pick the topic, take the initiative to express self, and set the direction of the conversation. Not only the words are important, but also the facial expression, the tone of voice and inflection, and the posture of the nurse. therapeutic communication techniques to provide support and inform ation to patients in helping them in their re covery phase. ����P�FP�64��Q^����`,L@;�7ZYžS�P�ehuc�`���R��Æ�� +A�0V�z��ܜ����z��S���8���F2a~��_dkc�Tz�? J����C���b1ј6�Q�ɣN�)Fݔ��,������gr��א7y&t�B�����&�ф���$��%U-������P%$f�t� h"�ok�֥ F_O��{�������3y�˕]�eOqN07�=?v4�=�� s�����w�!c��}|�V� J,t@���Y�����j$�Y�5�@Ҭ ���S���.�X�/+)v�BUi���a:��f��DE_�����E�#*�O��G\#�s�[��z|O\&Kg��H�)�TRj�z��,N(���X�i���Y�M�����j:�v�t���Д�k�u�ڴ�y�d]���(:���j�L��t]&2� �\%�����h���^m�����+�.��3:���D�A�. discover that a great deal happens between then at these times. What Is Therapeutic Communication? 0����gY�ȚX� �lkiA|��ٹ�rT��K��� ςx�ڙ��릤m��Џ���?��mw;�>.�{�&X����Fʔ@�!�(�$�y���_:�?d�%���Rx��a:���PzA~�F �Dԑ6u�U/�p?��[S;�NG�K�Ϥ�d��I�]���J����h"�=XV�� Ē9@�"� 6D�1��r����<5h�y?f91��I諬.�q,��������:�va���7K4=0���hzsО`L�{h ,�#�\Z�2�-� ���G�Z�����~���ͧ��5�;�o;h����)�ں,��V�%�S�2Y�� l^� {�JD�T���ٖN*��|t3��s�E��k���߾��r8`�ńv:\�ǀb�6��Qmq��HӔ��|�����iw�Lűh$�e� �E�T�펪8ù1��`bľj���Lj��D�l(�vg�q�`�TuJ3V9=�`R�3>���u��q:�s�@��N�}{9A��WT��J�d��PL�m��X�i�ߚ8�W�z8��٢�r����D����H�p)l���D ® higher levels of patient compliance with treatment programs.1 ® 2lower levels of patient frustration/anger. and quiet, he has worth and is respected by another person. THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES.pdf - THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION TECHNIQUES 1 USING SILENCE.utilizing absence of verbal communication Silence in. �4���a�?j�~K��l����PikJ�d����G9�����$�;������ޛJ��L�_#��7�`�Q� 劔7��fU �aw�R �����\@���XR- 9���o����o]~��V��c�Y��J}�B�Eiض��i���J}N��nܮ��.W���`I�l��P������Q�0�x�E$��P��'Q�R��E}p:\w�F�������qix��/�Ǩ���3��a{޾^]���;��;��w����R��ٕb�!������7v�9h̰�>:����c This preview shows page 1 - 3 out of 20 pages. %PDF-1.3 The patient gives the topic in It gives the patient the opportunity to, collect and organize his thoughts, to think through a point, or to consider introducing a topic of, greater concern to him than the one being discussed. All must convey the same feeling of acceptance. ���yc�rR1]Y���+����YA��zؔ�M/��4��]?�q��}��6V�E��g9 d�(�@p�s|BC�J���hڊ|��T`�u4��ֽD�]/���b����O�����l�,0��O�yC����8w�\ESTY4� ���� ��7cڛ��P Nurses provide patients with support and information while maintaining a level of professional distance and objectivity. UQP:`�[���XD�,R���|a��~`�����Ʋ�)Ng���d�����o�����%/5�ʽl^�5Rȴ\^���|�! Schwartz and Schockley state that the utilization of silence is often, difficult for nursing personnel, since they think that nothing is happening and that they are, wasting their time. 4 0 obj Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. 3 In long periods of silence, they may become bored and their attention, wanders from the patient. stream Such responses signify that the nurse is, attuned to the patient, that communication is occurring, and that she is a participant rather than a, passive observer. An accepting response, such as "I'm with you" or "I follow what you're saying," indicates that the, nurse has heard and has followed the trend of thought. It is best to watch the video in its entirety since issues untouched in earlier parts often play out later. Nutrition 1921 Fall 2020 Students Copy.pptx, Safety and Mobility in Class Activity- Discussion questions5 (1).docx, PERDEV_Q1_Mod7_Emotional Intelligence.pdf, PERDEV_Q1_Mod4_Mental Health and Stress.pdf, University of Texas, Arlington • NURS 1921. This kind of silence indicated to the patient that the nurse expects him to speak, to take the initiative, to communicate that which is most pressing. Even momentary loss of interest can be, interpreted as indifference. 2 Inspiring public confidence February 2012 Did you know that… Good therapeutic communication is associated with: ® enhanced ability to obtain valid informed consent. The nurse needs to be alert to, what she is communicating as well as perceiving. A positive and accepting silence can be a, valuable therapeutic tool. Note: there is no topic is given by the student. Silence in itself often encourages the patient to verbalize if it is an interested, expectant silence. �3����nP���W^���h�R���Z@�ە����m���a���C��E�a�k�M��` �� mt x��޸s_��EZ��"�?G •Correct answer: A –The nurse is using the therapeutic techniques of “reflection” and “formulating a plan of action.” The use of these communication facilitators indicates that the nurse is supportive of the client’s feelings and appreciates the need for a safety plan. %��������� This kind of silence indicated to the patient that the nurse expects him to speak, to take the, initiative, to communicate that which is most pressing. Silence in itself often encourages the patient to verbalize if it is an interested, expectant silence. LET IT FLOW Allow the video to play out some so viewers can appreciate the work over time instead of stopping the video too often. USING SILENCE...utilizing absence of verbal communication. )�*]ԫ���yVX�� "It, is simply a verbalization of the attitudes of permissiveness and acceptance of the counselor, which say in effect: "Go on, it's safe, you needn't be ashamed of expressing how you really, It should not need to be added that the nurse does not imply that she understands when she does, not.Roger adds that accepting does not mean much until it involves understanding.
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