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Mental Health Nursing

Nursing

Quiz 8 :

Interventions in Groups

Quiz 8 :

Interventions in Groups

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Which group leader activity would a nurse identify as being most effective in the final, or termination, phase of group development?
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D

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During a group discussion, members freely interact with each other. Which member statement is an example of Yalom's therapeutic factor of imparting information?
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A

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Prayer group members at a local Baptist church are meeting with a poor, homeless family whom they are supporting. Which member statement is an example of Yalom's therapeutic factor of altruism?
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C

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Which of the following behavioral skills would a nurse implement when leading a group that is functioning in the orientation phase of group development? (Select all that apply.)
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A ______ is a collection of individuals whose association is founded on shared commonalities of interest, values, norms, or purpose.
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A nursing instructor is teaching students about self-help groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Which student statement indicates that learning has occurred?
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A nursing instructor is teaching about psychodrama, a specialized type of therapeutic group. Which student statement indicates that further teaching is necessary?
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During a therapeutic group, which nursing action demonstrates a laissez-faire leadership style?
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A 10-week, prenuptial counseling group composed of five couples is terminating. At the last group meeting, a nurse notices that the two most faithful and participative couples are absent. When considering concepts of group development, which might explain this behavior?
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An experienced psychiatric registered nurse has taken a new position leading groups in a day treatment program. Which group is this nurse most qualified to lead?
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During the sixth week of a 10-week parenting skills group, a nurse observes as several members get into a heated dispute about spanking. As a group, they decide to create a pros-and-cons poster on the use of physical discipline. At this time, which is the role of the group leader?
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During a group session, which client statement demonstrates that the group has progressed to the middle, or working, phase of group development?
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During a community meeting, a nurse encourages clients to present unit problems and discuss possible solutions. Which type of leadership style is the nurse demonstrating?
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When planning group therapy, a nurse would identify which configuration as most optimal for a therapeutic group?
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A single, pregnant teenager in a parenting class discloses her ambivalence toward the pregnancy and the subsequent guilt that these thoughts generate. A mother of three admits to having felt that way herself. Which of Yalom's therapeutic factors does this illustrate?
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Which situation would a nurse identify as an example of an autocratic leadership style?
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During an inpatient educational group, a client shouts out, "This information is worthless. Nothing you have said can help me." These statements indicate to a nurse leader that the client is assuming which group role?
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A client diagnosed with alcohol use disorder experiences a first relapse. During an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting, another group member states, "I relapsed three times, but now have been sober for 15 years." Which of Yalom's therapeutic factors does this illustrate?
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