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Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Second Edition

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An Interpersonal Approach

Editors:

  • Jeffrey Jones DNP, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CST, LNC
  • Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
  • Vickie L. Rogers DNP, RN
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Thoroughly updated to correlate with DSM-5 diagnostic descriptions and QSEN guidelines, the second edition of this highly acclaimed undergraduatepsychiatric nursing text features concrete strategies for establishing interpersonal relationships as the basis not only for working with the psychiatricpatient population, but as a timeless foundation for all nursing practice. The text guides students through the essential phases of self-discoverynecessary to integrate interpersonal nursing theory into practice. Modules designed to foster growth in therapeutic use of self, including the importanceof boundary management, are integrated with psychodynamic and current neurobiological theories to provide sturdy theoretical underpinnings for practice.

A wealth of descriptive psychiatric diagnoses of DSM-5, QSEN criteria, and NANDA-based care plans, case scenarios, evidence-based practice, patientand family education tips, drug summary lists, and complementary and alternative therapy approaches populate the text. The main body of the book focuses oncommon mental illnesses and weaves both the psychodynamic and neurobiological concepts into evidence-based strategies for nursing interventions. Additionalfeatures, such as examples of therapeutic dialogue and a “Consumer’s Perspective,” featuring an actual consumer’s voice relating personal experience aboutliving with a specific illness, provide further guidance in understanding and adopting a relationship-based approach to nursing. Web links facilitate quickaccess to additional information and NCLEX-style review questions prepare students for passing the NCLEX exam.

New to the Second Edition:

  • Revisions correlate to DSM-5 descriptions, QSEN criteria, and NANDA nursing diagnoses
  • Provides new information on psychopharmacology, compassion fatigue and a recovery model, use of informed consent, and cognitive behavioral therapy
  • Presents updates on complementary and alternative interventions
  • Includes expanded content on cultural and life span considerations related to mental health care worldwide

Key Features:

  • Focuses on interpersonal relationships and boundary navigation as the foundation for practice
  • Promotes psychodynamic and neurobiological perspectives within ISPN curricular guidelines
  • Written by national and international experts in nursing education and psychiatric-mental heath practice
  • Includes a digital student companion with key chapter concepts and critical thinking questions for practice situations
  • Provides digital faculty resources including PowerPoint slides, an expanded test bank, case studies, and critical thinking exercises
  • Includes free e-book with purchase of the print book

Product Details 

  • Publication Date March 23, 2016
  • Page Count 692
  • Product Form Paperback / softback
  • ISBN 13 9780826131287

About The Author(s) 

JEFFREY S. JONES, DNP, RN, PMHCNS-BC, CST, LNC

, is an American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) board-certified psychiatric clinical nurse specialist; an American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) board-certified sex therapist; an American Bar Association (ABA)-approved legal nurse consultant; and entrepreneur. He is past president and owner of Pinnacle Mental Health Associates, Inc., a private practice, consulting/contracting firm in Mansfield, Ohio. He received his DNP in 2007 from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, and most recently was visiting faculty at the University of Akron in Akron, Ohio. He is a contributing author to two Springer Publishing books

Foundations of Clinical Nurse Specialist Practice

, Second Edition and

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing: Integrating Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology, and Complementary and Alternative Approaches

. He has served on the Richland County Mental Health Board, The Ohio Board of Nursing—Standards and Practice Committee, and as a content expert on psychiatric nursing for the ANCC. Dr. Jones has provided service to the mentally ill in hospital settings, outpatient clinics, prisons, and in private practice. He currently works for the Department of Veterans Affairs.

JOYCE J. FITZPATRICK, PHD, MBA, RN, FAAN

, is the Elizabeth Brooks Ford Professor of Nursing, Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, where she was dean from 1982 through 1997. She has received numerous honors and awards including the

American Journal of Nursing

Book of the Year Award 20 times. Dr. Fitzpatrick is widely published in nursing and health care literature, and serves as editor of three nursing journals. Her most recent Springer books are

Theory in Nursing: Application to Research and Practice

, coedited with Geraldine McCarthy,

Encyclopedia of Nursing Education

, coedited with Mary Jane Smith and Roger Carpenter, and

Concept Analysis

, coedited with Geraldine McCarthy. She also coedited, with Kathleen R. Tusaie, the Springer Publishing book,

Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing: Integrating Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology, and Complementary and Alternative Approaches

.

VICKIE L. ROGERS, DNP, RN

, joined the faculty at Texas Christian University (TCU) in August 2014, where she teaches Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. She received her DNP from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, and her MS and BS in nursing from the University of Southern Mississippi. Dr. Rogers has previously held faculty appointments at various schools of nursing in Mississippi and Connecticut. Additionally, Dr. Rogers has international teaching experiences in the Caribbean. She is a contributing author of a chapter in the book,

Giving Through Teaching: How Nurse Educators Are Changing the World

. She has worked in psychiatric clinical nurse specialist and management roles in the past. Research interests include the use of the Internet as a format to provide individual therapy to young adults. Dr. Rogers has presented her work internationally, and has published on this topic.

Table of Contents 

CONTENTS

Foreword Grayce M. Sills, PhD, RN, FAAN

Preface

I. THE PRACTICE OF PSYCHIATRIC-MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

1. Mental Health Trends and the Historical Role of the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse
Joyce J. Fitzpatrick and Jeffrey S. Jones

Historical Overview of Mental Health and Mental Illness Care

The Earliest Years

The 18th and 19th Centuries

The 20th Century

Current Perspectives

Evolution of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Early Emergence of the Profession

Continued Evolution

Contemporary Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Practice

Scope and Standards of Practice

Phenomena of Concern

Levels of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Practice

Roles and Functions of the PMHNs

2. Interpersonal Relationships: The Cornerstone of Psychiatric Nursing
Jeffrey S. Jones and Joyce J. Fitzpatrick

Hildegard E. Peplau

Biographical Background

Peplau’s Theory of Interpersonal Relationships

Phases of the Interpersonal Process

Orientation

Identification

Exploitation

Resolution

Roles

Application to Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Practice

Application to the Nursing Process

Use of Peplau’s Theory in Practice

Joyce Travelbee

Biographical Background

Travelbee’s Human-to-Human Relationship Theory

Major Concepts

Phases and the Nurse–Patient Relationship

Application to Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing Practice

Application to the Nursing Process

Use of Travelbee’s Theory in Practice

3. The Value of the Use of Dialogue and Self in Recovery
Daniel B. Fisher, Declan McCarthy, and John F. Sweeney

Dialogical Recovery of Life

Self

Carl Rogers

Other Theorists

Importance of the Therapeutic Use of Self

Compassion Fatigue

Concept of Recovery

Positive Components of the Self

Therapeutic Communication

Therapeutic Communication Techniques

Active Listening

Silence

Self-Disclosure

Communication in Highly Emotional Situations

eCPR: Implementing Dialogical Recovery of Life (By Daniel B. Fisher)

eCPR is a Trauma-Informed Approach

Connection

emPowerment

Revitalization

Five Intentions of eCPR

4. Boundary Management
Jeffrey S. Jones

Boundaries

Establishment of Professional Boundaries

Boundaries Within the Nurse–Patient Relationship

Boundary Issues

Boundary Testing

Boundary Crossing Versus Boundary Violation

Boundary Crossing

Boundary Violation

Risk Factors for Unhealthy Nurse–Patient Boundaries

Strategies for Maintaining Boundaries

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses

II. HEALTH PROMOTION AND ILLNESS PREVENTION

5. Critical Thinking, Clinical Decision Making, and the Interpersonal Relationship
Angie S. Chesser

Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making

Domains of Critical Thinking

Elements Necessary for Critical Thinking

Framework for Critical Thinking and Clinical Decision Making

The Nursing Process

The Nursing Process and the Interpersonal Relationship

Assessment

Planning and Implementation

Evaluation

Implications for Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

6. Crisis and Crisis Intervention
Katherine R. Casale

Stress Response

General Adaptation Syndrome

Crisis

Characteristics of a Crisis

Factors Impacting an Individual’s Response to Crisis

Development of Crisis

Classification of Crises

Crisis Intervention

Nurses and Crisis Intervention: Historical Perspectives

Interdisciplinary Response to Crisis

Nurses and Crisis Intervention: Current Perspectives

Crisis Intervention and the Nursing Process

Nurse’s Role During and After Community and Global Disasters

Impact of Dealing With Crises on Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses

7. Psychiatric Case Management
E. J. Ernst and Jennifer Spies

Definition of Case Management

Historical Evolution of Psychiatric Case Management

Case Management Models

Case Management Process

Goals and Principles of Case Management

Necessary Skills for Case Management

Essential Functions of the Case Management Process

Interpersonal Perspectives for Case Management

Roles of the PMHN Case Manager

Practice Guidelines

Personal Practice Guidelines

Measurement of Quality in Case Management

8. Known Risk Factors for Prevalent Mental Illness and Nursing Interventions for Prevention
Kathleen L. Patusky

The Nature of Risk Factors

Categories of Risk Factors

Protective Factors

The Stress-Vulnerability-Coping Model

Risk Factors for Major Psychiatric-Mental Health Disorders

Disorders of Attention

Psychotic Symptoms—Schizophrenia

Disordered Mood

Substance Misuse

Anxiety

The Interface of Psychiatric-Mental Health Disorders and Medical Conditions

Factors Influencing Risk

Medical and Psychiatric-Mental Health Disorders as Risk Factors

The Interpersonal Process for Risk Reduction

Primary Prevention

Secondary Prevention

Tertiary Prevention

9. Systems Concepts and Working in Groups
Kathleen R. Tusaie

General Systems Theory

Systems Theory and Nursing Theory

Systems Theory and Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing

Groups and Group Therapy

Types of Therapeutic Groups

Group Process and Group Dynamics

Curative Factors of Groups

Group Development

Roles of Group Members

Examples of Group Therapy

Family Psychotherapy

Models of Family Therapy

The Interpersonal Process and Group and Family Therapy

10. Theories of Mental Health and Illness: Psychodynamic, Social, Cognitive, Behavioral, Humanistic, and Biological Influences
Patricia Hart O’Regan

Mental Illness

Evolution of Thinking About Mental Illness

The Current State of Mental Illness

Theories and Mental Illness

Psychodynamic Theories

Behavioral Theories

Cognitive Theories

Social Theories

Humanistic Theories

Biological Theories

III. ACUTE AND CHRONIC ILLNESS

11. Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders
Patricia A. Galon and Bonnie M. Kaput

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Incidence

Prevalence

Mortality

Recovery/Remission

Diagnosing a Thought Disorder

Schizophrenia

Schizophreniform Disorder

Schizoaffective Disorder

Delusional Disorder

Brief Psychotic Disorder

Etiology of SSD

Psychosocial Theories

Biological Theories

Treatment Options

Pharmacological Therapy

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Environmental Supports

Psychological Therapies

Social Therapies

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Patient-Centered Care and Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) Concepts

12. Bipolar and Related (Mood) Disorders
Jeffrey S. Jones and Vickie L. Rogers

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Aspects and Key Features

Major Depressive Disorder

Persistent Depressive Disorder (Dysthymia)

Bipolar I Disorder

Bipolar II Disorder

Cyclothymic Disorder

Suicide

Etiology of Affective Disorders

Psychosocial Theories

Biological Theories

Treatment Options

Psychopharmacology

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

13. Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive-Related Disorders, and Trauma- and Stress-Related Disorders
Marianne Goldyn

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Incidence

Morbidity and Mortality

Description of Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive, and Trauma- and Stress-Related Disorders

Anxiety Disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

Trauma- and Stress-Related Disorders

Etiology

Psychosocial Theories

Biological Theories

Neurobiological Influences of Anxiety Disorders

Neurobiological Influences of OCDs

Neurobiological Influences of Trauma- and Stress-Related Disorders

Genetic Vulnerability

Treatment Options

Pharmacological Therapy

Preemptive or Prophylactic Treatments

Herbal Preparations

Individual Psychotherapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

Biofeedback

Functional Neurosurgery

Therapeutic Neuromodulation

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Informational Interventions

Self-Monitoring and Symptom Diary

Cognitive Restructuring

Exposure Therapies

Abdominal Breathing

Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Exercise

Guided Imagery

Music

Dietary Changes

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

14. Personality Disorders
Audrey Marie Beauvais

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Criteria

Paranoid Personality Disorder

Schizoid Personality Disorder

Schizotypal Personality Disorder

Antisocial Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder

Histrionic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Avoidant Personality Disorder

Dependent Personality Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

Other Personality Disorders

Malingering

Etiology

Psychodynamic Theories

Biological Theories

Treatment Options

Psychotherapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Psychopharmacology

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self and Self-Awareness

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)

15. Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders
Carolyn A. Baird

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Criteria

Etiology

Factors Related to Substance Use and Addictive Disorders and Substance Abuse

Current Trends: Prescription Drug Epidemic

Emerging Trends: New Psychoactive Substances/Synthetics (NPS)

Treatment Options

12-Step Programs

Psychopharmacology

Psychotherapy

Detoxification and Rehabilitation

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)

Substance Use and Addictive Disorders

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Physical Examination

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

16. Neurocognitive Disorders
Mark P. Tyrrell, Geraldine McCarthy, and Lynn Pebole Shell

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Criteria

Delirium

Dementia

Etiology

Neurobiological Influences

Treatment Options

Psychopharmacology

Reality Orientation

Validation Therapy

Reminiscence Therapy

Person-Centered Care

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)

17. Impulse Control Disorders
Amanda Alisa Townsend and David S. Kwon

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Essential Features

Etiology

Psychodynamic Influences

Neurobiological Influences

Treatment Options

Nonpharmacological Therapies

Pharmacological Therapies

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Data Collection

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

18. Sexual Dysfunctions, Paraphilic Disorders, and Gender Dysphoria
Jeffrey S. Jones

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Criteria

Delayed Ejaculation

Erectile Disorder

Female Orgasmic Disorder

Female Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder

Genitopelvic Pain/Penetration Disorder

Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

Premature Ejaculation

Substance-Induced Sexual Disorder

Paraphilic Disorders

Gender Dysphoria

Etiology

Psychodynamic Influences

Neurobiological Influences

Treatment Options

Therapy

Pharmacological

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Sexual Health Assessment

Boundary Maintenance

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

19. Feeding and Eating Disorders
James O’Mahony

Historical Perspectives

Epidemiology

Diagnostic Criteria/Case Conceptualization

Pica

Rumination Disorder

Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Anorexia Nervosa

Bulimia Nervosa

Binge Eating Disorder

Etiology

Biological Factors

Sociocultural Factors

Familial Factors

Psychological and Individual Factors

Treatment Options

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Assessing Psychosociocultural Status

Assessing for Motivation for Change

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

20. Psychological Problems of Physically Ill Persons
Patrice E. Rancour

Suffering and the Therapeutic Use of Self

Theoretical Views of Suffering

Suffering and Its Impact on Nurses

Special Issues Related to Mental Health and Physical Illness

Impact of Stress

Adverse Childhood Events and Stress

Mind–Body Interactions and Stress

The Role of Nursing in the Provision of Integrative Care

Loss and Grief

Body Image Changes and Stigma

Pain and Other Physical Symptoms

Anxiety and Depression

Delirium

The Nurse’s Role in Breaking Bad News

End-of-Life Care and Courageous Conversations

Conversations About Death and Dying

Conversations About Code Status

Conversations Involving a Shift From Cure-Driven Care to Palliative Care

Conversations About Hospice Care

The Role of the Mental Health Liaison/Consultation Nurse

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

IV. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH CONCERNS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN

21. Working With Children
Emily K. Johnson

Growth and Development Theories

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

Erikson’s Theory of Emotional and Personality Development

Freud’s Theory of Psychological Development

Sullivan’s Theory of Interpersonal and Personality Development

Behavioral Theories of Pavlov and Skinner

Overview of Disorders of Childhood

Autism Spectrum Disorders

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Disruptive, Impulse Control, and Conduct Disorders

Conduct Disorder

Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

Mood Disorders

Depression

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Feeding and Eating Disorders

Pica

Rumination Disorder

Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder

Treatment Options

Play Therapy

Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Family Therapy

Psychopharmacology

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Patient’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)

22. Mental Health Concerns Regarding Adolescents
Áine Horgan

Adolescent Development

Puberty and Self-Esteem

Peer Relationships

Adolescent Assessment

Common Mental Health Problems in Adolescence

Depression

Mania

Self-Harm

Suicide

Eating Disorders

Substance Misuse and Abuse

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Conduct Disorders

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Social Phobia

Treatment Options

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Family Therapy

Parent Training

Group Work

Inpatient Care

Psychopharmacology

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: Therapeutic Use of Self

Diagnosing and Planning Appropriate Interventions: Meeting the Adolescent’s Focused Needs

Implementing Effective Interventions: Timing and Pacing

Evaluating: Objective Critique of Interventions and Self-Reflection

23. Issues Specific to the Elderly
Kimberly S. McClane

Overview of the Elderly Population

Quality of Life

Active Aging

Medicare

Factors Influencing Mental Health in the Aging Population

Physical Changes

Chronic Illness

Pain

Insomnia

Disabilities and Functional Decline

Stress and Change

Loss

Family Coping

Loneliness

Abuse and Neglect

Culture and Spirituality

Common Mental Health Problems Associated With the Elderly

Depression in the Elderly

Generalized Anxiety Disorder in the Elderly

Mood Disorders in the Elderly

Substance Use and Abuse and the Elderly

Palliative and End-of-Life Issues With Mentally Impaired Elders

Trends in Mental Health Care for the Elderly

Acute Care

Outpatient Services

Applying the Nursing Process From an Interpersonal Perspective

Strategies for Optimal Assessment: The Therapeutic...