The Child As Vulnerable Patient

Author: Lynn Hagger
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317038584
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A valuable addition to existing literature in this area, this volume will be of interest to lawyers, health professionals and students of medical law.

Vulnerable Children And The Law

Author: Rosemary Sheehan
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 9780857004567
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Exploring the nexus between children's rights and the law across the globe, this book makes essential reading for policymakers, social workers, lawyers, researchers and professionals involved in protecting vulnerable children.

The Wiley Blackwell Handbook Of Schema Therapy

Author: Michiel van Vreeswijk
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118332296
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The Vulnerable Child modes consist ofthe Abandoned/Abused Child, the
Dependent Child, and the Lonely Child modes. It is important that attention is
given to these modes, especially during the early phases of treatment. In
summary, the techniques are as follows: Care and validation through limited
reparenting. Through limited reparenting, therapists offer validation of the needs
and feelings that patients experience from their Vulnerable Child modes. Safety
to express emotions and ...

Reaching The Vulnerable Child

Author: Janie Rymaszewska
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
ISBN: 184310329X
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"This guide to working with abused children and young people will be valued by professionals and therapists from a range of backgrounds, including psychotherapists, play therapists and arts therapists, as well as those responsible for ...

Group Schema Therapy For Borderline Personality Disorder

Author: Joan M. Farrell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119942217
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Rewriting endings for patient's Vulnerable Child with therapist acting as a Good
Parent figure Again we use images of progressive emotionally difficulty. We start
with a short image that introduces the therapist entering the image with the
patient observing the interaction with the Vulnerable Child mode. Imagery
exercise Introducing the therapist as a Good Parent figure, patient observes 1.
Ask them to imagine their little child and you go into the image. “Now I want you
to get a picture of ...

The Nurse S Role In Medication Safety

Author: Laura Ed Cima
Publisher: Joint Commission Resources
ISBN: 1599406187
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Medication errors have a higher chance of exacerbating morbidity and mortality
in pediatric patients.' Children are uniquely vulnerable to harm from medication
errors for a number of reasons. This chapter will provide information about the
nature and scope of pediatric medication errors, particularly those related to the
safe administration of medications, and ways in which nurses can reduce errors.
Nurses, as frontline caregivers, are well positioned to prevent medication errors
from ...

Saviour Siblings

Author: Michelle Taylor-Sands
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136012249
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However, the position of the child is analogous to that of a patient requiring
general medical treatment intwo significant respects. First, both the ... Decisions
about general medical treatment anddecisions to select a child usingPGD
arelikelyto impact directly onthe bodily integrity of the patient andthe child tobe
born, respectively. Inthe case of the ... Second,both thechild tobe bornand
thepatient are vulnerable and in need of some protection in the decision-making
process. A competent ...

Patients Rights Law And Ethics For Nurses Second Edition

Author: Paul Buka
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482217414
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3. The. begInnIng. of. lIfe. To. AdulThood: humAn. rIghTs. Kathleen Chambers
and Paul Buka Introduction: overview 49 When does human life begin? 50
Childhood and the law 55 Parents and parental responsibility: majority age 57
Consent and the child 59 Advocacy 62 safeguarding the vulnerable child 64
Information on child abuse – disclosure 68 Conclusion 69 references 70 ...

Innere Kinder T Ter Helfer Co

Author: Jochen Peichl
Publisher: Klett-Cotta
ISBN: 3608103856
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Ich begreife die fünf Modes nach Young als Namen für Schubfächer, in denen
jeweils die individuelle Biografie eines Patienten, seine eigene
Rollenausgestaltung sowie die persönlichen Färbungen seiner Ego-States Platz
haben. Normalerweise präsentiert sich der Patient zu Beginn der Therapie in
einem Mode, den Young den Ego-State des »verwundeten Kindes« (vulnerable
child mode) nennt. Der Patient kommt gerne zu uns, sucht unsere Hilfe, arbeitet
gut mit und gibt uns ...