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Transcript of Coping Skills
Diehl, et al. talked about the changing use of coping skills throughout the lifespan. Usually going from maladaptive to adaptive, then again to maladaptive. Some participants of this study never gained adaptive coping skills.(2013)
McNeill, & Galovski (2015) discussed the coping style differences between people with PTSD and a severe mental illness and people with just a severe mental illness.
Cawood, & Huprich (2011) examined the correlation between non-suicidal self injury, and coping styles, self-esteem, personality disorder symptoms.
1. Client will identify past ineffective coping skills & consequences with nursing student during clinical shift.
2. Client will verbalize awareness of their own effective coping skills by the end of the clinical rotation.
3. Client will assess current situation accurately by the end of the clinical rotation.
Rolling with Resistance.
Many different ways of trying to motivate patient 1.
Motivated to change.
Son was a big source of strength.
Previous positive coping skills.
outcome 1 was not met for patient 1. Was met for patient 2.
outcome 2 was not met for patient 1. Was met for patient 2.
outcome 3 was not met for patient 1. Was partially met for patient 2.
Cawood, C. D., & Huprich, S. K. (2011). Late Adolescent Nonsuicidal Self-Injury: The Roles of Coping
Style, Self-Esteem, and Personality Pathology.
Journal Of Personality Disorders
, 25(6), 765-781. doi:10.1521/pedi.2011.25.6.765
Dart, M. A. (2011).
Motivational interviewing in nursing practice
. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett
Diehl, M., Chui, H., Hay, E. L., Lumley, M. A., GrÃ¼hn, D., & Labouvie-Vief, G. (2014). Change in
Coping and Defense Mechanisms Across Adulthood: Longitudinal Findings in a European American Sample.
, 50(2), 634-648. doi:10.1037/a0033619
McNeill, S., & Galovski, T. (2015). Coping Styles Among Individuals with Severe Mental Illness and
Comorbid PTSD. Community Mental Health Journal, 51(6), 663-673. doi:10.1007/s10597-015-9887-z
That's All Folks!
The Road To Recovery
Featuring Coping Skills