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Therapy

THERAPIES AND TREATMENTS Due to the harmful effects created by the traumatic experience of being bullied some victims have a hard time recovering from the said situation. They are greatly affected not only socially but mentally, emotionally and personally as well. Some even have the psychotic tendency of retreating to their personal haven because of the fear that they will again be experiencing the traumatic experience. Mostly these victims are so affected that their self-esteem suffers great damage...

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COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY

COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY By: Marjorie Anne L. Ozaeta Krestina Carla L. Mata COMPLEMENTARY THERAPY Complementary therapies add an extra dimension of care to Hospice’s commitment to nurturing the body, mind, and spirit. These non-invasive, holistic practices do not replace the medical, social, or spiritual care of the hospice team. Rather, they work with the total care of the interdisciplinary team to promote comfort and wholeness for both patients and their families. Complementary Therapy services are...

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Therapies

Individual Therapy One to One Relationship – take place over a designated period of time in a stable meeting Phases (Nurse-client relationship) Preinteraction phase – obtaining information about a client from chart or others, nurse examines feelings/anxieties about the client Orientation/Introductory phase – trust/rapport, establish contract for intervention (goal), gather data, assess strengths & weaknesses, establish nursing dx, set goals, develop action plan, explore feelings of nurse & client...

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Online Therapy

may be crucial to analyzing behaviors. Maybe once video conferencing is perfected, it will increase the validity of such therapeutic media and allow it to replace the need for an initial in person interaction. A second concern involved with web therapy is security. We are surrounded by warning signs concerning various web securities, including scams, hacks, and phishing sites. In the past, we have seen many cases serious enough to make it to the news to increase awareness and warn people of the...

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Pet Therapy

Pet Therapy 1 Does Pet Therapy Improve the Health of Those Who Use it? English Composition Pet Therapy 2 This paper reviews the possible beneficial effects pet therapy can have on individuals in both a hospital setting, as well as the every growing technique of home health care. Pet Therapy is a fairly new and changing technique in the health care field. The hope of pet therapy is that during visits to the hospital it will help divert parent and children’s attention during...

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GESTALT THERAPY

Be familiar with the term Gestalt therapy uses for the present and how they deal with the past, present and future. Fredercik Perls was the originator of Gestalt Therapy. GT was created on the premise that individuals must be understood in the context of their ongoing relationship with the environment. The main cornerstones of this practice are awareness, choice, and responsibility. The main goal is to have clients expand their awareness of what they are experiencing in the present moment. With...

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Reminiscence Therapy

Reminiscence Therapy According to “The Use of Reminiscence Therapy for the Treatment of Depression in Rural-Dwelling Older Adults” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing, reminiscence therapy is using the recall of past events, feelings, and thoughts to facilitate adaptation to present circumstances. In the article, there was great emphasis on the need for nurses skilled in evaluating and developing interventions that targeted the mental health needs for older adults, especially those residing in...

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Pet Therapy

Pet Therapy What is Pet Therapy? Pet Therapy is an area that has received increased attention in therapeutic recreation. In recent years, the experts have been relying on pet therapy as a valuable aid in reaching out to the elderly, the infirm, and to ill or abused children through-out the country.” Pet Therapy is the commonly used term for animal-assisted therapy (AAT), animal-assisted activities (AAA) and pet visitation.” It is also recognized at hospitals around the country as...

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Occupational Therapy

Virtual reality techniques in Occupational therapy As science and technology change, so do our occupational therapy practice methods . This is shown not only within our field, but also within health care. Certainly, technological advancements continually influence our current practice and occasionally they create new tools for intervention. Virtual rehabilitation is one of these areas of advancements, where changes have driven new and unique treatment methods. Virtual rehabilitation is the use...

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Laughter as Therapy

 Laughter As Therapy Naturally, we as a people dislike feeling bad and like feeling good. Two examples of common things that make us feel bad are sickness and sadness. Common remedies for those things are medicine and humor. Though medicine and humor seem different at first glance, they share very important commonalities; they make us feel good and are key influences on a culture. This connection between health and humor has intrigued scientists for years. Recently, scientists have begun...

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