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Therapeutic interventions for high-risk families

Therapeutic interventions for high-risk families Relationship-based therapeutic work with high-risk families can take a number of forms and may be longer term. It takes time to establish a relationship, in particular when, as mentioned previously, these families have suffered disappointment, at least, from various agencies and systems. For the infant mental health worker, the infant–parent […]

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Carers’ support with interventions

Therapeutic interventions are part of the person’s treatment or care plan and therefore are part of his or her daily life or routine. Your support with interventions can be very helpful. For example, you might be asked to help the person you are caring for to repeat at home some of the techniques or skills […]

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psychological interventions in therapy

Psychological interventions help people to deal with their feelings. They help people with mental, emotional and behavioural problems. Often when someone talks about being ‘in therapy’ or ‘having psychotherapy’, these are the types of therapies that they mean. There are many different types of psychological interventions. You might wish to know more about what is […]

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substance abuse treatment interventions

substance abuse treatment interventio Parenting Interventions in Substance Abuse Treatment A woman’s relationship with her children and her identity as a mother play a vital role in her sense of self. Many women view parenting as the central purpose in their lives (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 2000). Improving parenting improves outcomes for […]

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Cognitive and psychosocial interventions to vascular dementia

Cognitive and psychosocial interventions to vascular dementia Any assessment or intervention should meet the needs of the individual and therefore take into consideration their cultural and spiritual needs and beliefs. Assumptions should not be made based on gender, colour, ethnicity, culture or disability, but should be tailored to the individual’s needs and lifestyle. The client […]

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The rationale for interventions

Although the literature exploring the benefits of improved medication compliance is limited, there is a strong rationale for addressing this area for the following reasons. The first is a moral-ethical one, related to symptom reduction/relief and improving and maintaining the perceived quality/quality of life of the client; taking into account the holistic needs of the […]

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CBT Interventions for PTSD

The information processing model has yielded a productive, theoretically grounded approach to research into the clinical efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for PTSD. CBT approaches to treating PTSD include exposure therapy, cognitive therapy, cognitive processing therapy, stress inoculation training, systematic desensitization, assertiveness training, and biofeedback and relaxation training. To date, exposure therapy is the most […]

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Interventions in anorexia by cognitive behavioural approaches

The second phase of treatment involves interventions aimed at achieving and maintaining longterm behavioural change. Perhaps the most widely used cognitive behavioural approach was developed by Garner and Bemis. This was divided into a number of phases, the fi rst of which was intended to establish a working alliance with the individual. Garner and Bemis […]

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Treating psychopathy by cognitive interventions

Cognitive behavioural interventions may not be immune from this paradoxical outcome. Hare et al. examined the outcome of a number of short-term, prison-based, cognitive behavioural programmes including anger management and social skills training. Their data revealed that the interventions had little effect on re-offence rates of most psychopathic individuals. However, among offenders with particularly high […]

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Nursing interventions for anorexia nervosa

Given the multiple routes to anorexia, the optimal emphasis of treatment may vary considerably across individuals. Potential interventions include cognitive behavioural therapy, family therapy, insight-oriented psychotherapy, with each being complementary rather than competitive interventions. Interventions can be considered in two stages: fi rst, initial treatment, usually in hospital, focusing on weight gain; and second, longer-term […]

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