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Psychiatric mental health nursing : Concepts of care in evidence-based practice. Mary C. Townsend.

By: Townsend, Mary C, 1941-Material type: TextTextPublication details: Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., c2006. Edition: 5th edDescription: xxvi, 981 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm +ISBN: 0803614519Subject(s): Psychiatric nursing | Psychiatric Nursing -- methods | Evidence-Based Medicine | Mental Disorders -- nursing | Psychotherapy -- methodsLOC classification: RC 440 | .T693 2006
Contents:
Ch. 1. The concept of stress adaptation -- Ch. 2. Mental health/mental illness : historical and theoretical concepts -- Ch. 3. Theoretical models of personality development -- Ch. 4. Concepts of psychobiology -- Ch. 5. Ethical and legal issues in psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 6. Cultural concepts relevant to psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 7. Relationship development -- Ch. 8. Therapeutic communication -- Ch. 9. The nursing process in psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 10. Therapeutic groups -- Ch. 11. Intervention with families -- Ch. 12. Milieu therapy - the therapeutic community -- Ch. 13. Crisis intervention -- Ch. 14. Relaxation therapy -- Ch. 15. Assertiveness training -- Ch. 16. Promoting self-esteem -- Ch. 17. Anger/aggression management -- Ch. 18. The suicidal client -- Ch. 19. Behavior therapy -- Ch. 20. Cognitive therapy -- Ch. 21. Psychopharmacology -- Ch. 22. Electroconvulsive therapy -- Ch. 23. Complementary therapies -- Ch. 24. Client education -- Ch. 25. Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence -- Ch. 26. Delirium, dementia, and amnestic disorders -- Ch. 27. Substance-related disorders -- Ch. 28. Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Ch. 29. Mood disorders -- Ch. 30. Anxiety disorders -- Ch. 31. Somatoform and sleep disorders -- Ch. 32. Dissociative disorders -- Ch. 33. Sexual and gender identity disorders -- Ch. 34. Eating disorders -- Ch. 35. Adjustment and impulse control disorders -- Ch. 36. Psychological factors affecting medical conditions -- Ch. 37. Personality disorders -- Ch. 38. The aging individual -- Ch. 39. The individual with HIV disease -- Ch. 40. Problems related to abuse or neglect -- Ch. 41. Men's and women's health issues -- Ch. 42. Community mental health nursing -- Ch. 43. Psychiatric home nursing care -- Ch. 44. Forensic nursing -- Ch. 45. The bereaved individual -- App. A. Answers to chapter review questions -- App. B. Mental status assessment -- App. C. DSM-IV-TR classification : axes I and II categories and codes -- App. D. NANDA nursing diagnoses : taxonomy II -- App. E. Assigning nursing diagnoses to client behaviors.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Ch. 1. The concept of stress adaptation -- Ch. 2. Mental health/mental illness : historical and theoretical concepts -- Ch. 3. Theoretical models of personality development -- Ch. 4. Concepts of psychobiology -- Ch. 5. Ethical and legal issues in psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 6. Cultural concepts relevant to psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 7. Relationship development -- Ch. 8. Therapeutic communication -- Ch. 9. The nursing process in psychiatric/mental health nursing -- Ch. 10. Therapeutic groups -- Ch. 11. Intervention with families -- Ch. 12. Milieu therapy - the therapeutic community -- Ch. 13. Crisis intervention -- Ch. 14. Relaxation therapy -- Ch. 15. Assertiveness training -- Ch. 16. Promoting self-esteem -- Ch. 17. Anger/aggression management -- Ch. 18. The suicidal client -- Ch. 19. Behavior therapy -- Ch. 20. Cognitive therapy -- Ch. 21. Psychopharmacology -- Ch. 22. Electroconvulsive therapy -- Ch. 23. Complementary therapies -- Ch. 24. Client education -- Ch. 25. Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence -- Ch. 26. Delirium, dementia, and amnestic disorders -- Ch. 27. Substance-related disorders -- Ch. 28. Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders -- Ch. 29. Mood disorders -- Ch. 30. Anxiety disorders -- Ch. 31. Somatoform and sleep disorders -- Ch. 32. Dissociative disorders -- Ch. 33. Sexual and gender identity disorders -- Ch. 34. Eating disorders -- Ch. 35. Adjustment and impulse control disorders -- Ch. 36. Psychological factors affecting medical conditions -- Ch. 37. Personality disorders -- Ch. 38. The aging individual -- Ch. 39. The individual with HIV disease -- Ch. 40. Problems related to abuse or neglect -- Ch. 41. Men's and women's health issues -- Ch. 42. Community mental health nursing -- Ch. 43. Psychiatric home nursing care -- Ch. 44. Forensic nursing -- Ch. 45. The bereaved individual -- App. A. Answers to chapter review questions -- App. B. Mental status assessment -- App. C. DSM-IV-TR classification : axes I and II categories and codes -- App. D. NANDA nursing diagnoses : taxonomy II -- App. E. Assigning nursing diagnoses to client behaviors.

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