Healing environments final

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1.Undifferentiated faithinfancy to 3 years old The child acquires trust, hope and love (fundamental qualities) transition begins when language and thought start converging development undermined in abuse situations
2. Intuitive-Projective faith3 to 7 years old child strongly influenced by examples, actions, and stories (use fantasy and imitation, e.g. God is a real person) facts and feelings blend
3. Mythic-Literal faithup to 12 years old stories used to find meanings and organize beliefs and practices / accept stories as literal
4. Synthetic-Conventional faithadolescence and teens / extends beyond nuclear family / tenaciously hold to beliefs of peers
5. Individuate-Reflective faithyoung adults to later adulthood / differentiates self and worldview from others / respect for belief and practices
6. Conjunctive faithadults past midlife / tolerant of other faith traditions / deeper level of prayer/listening
7. Universalizing faithinfrequently reached / actualizes one’s own spirit / Examples are M.L. King, Jr. and Mother Teresa of Calcutta
Four components of the ethical case analysis process1. Medical indications 2. Patient preferences 3. Quality of life 4. Contextual issues
Integrative Nurse Coach (INC) 5 Step Process Process 1Connecting to the story
Integrative Nurse Coach (INC) 5 Step Process 2Deep listening and skillful questioning
Integrative Nurse Coach (INC) 5 Step Process 3Inviting opportunities, potentials, change
Integrative Nurse Coach (INC) 5 Step Process 4Practicing, integrating, embodying change
Integrative Nurse Coach (INC) 5 Step Process 5Guiding and supporting the transforming self
3 current Professional Nurse Coaching organizations1. Integrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program (INCCP) 2. Watson Caring Science Institute Caritas Coaching Program 3. Bark Coaching Institute
1.Cultural destructivenessis lowest level, countermands Civil Rights Act, is malfeasance (not practicing “do no harm”)
2. Cultural incapacityis fourth level-potential harm from ignorance, insensitivity
3. Cultural blindnessis third level, treating all patients alike without regard to culture
4. Precompetenceis second level, heading toward cultural competence
5th stage of Cultural CompetenceImplies ongoing learning
Cognitive behavioral therapy“A therapeutic approach that addresses the relationships among thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and physiology”