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Communication Skills Used By Mental Health Nurses
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Communication Skills Used By Mental Health Nurses Date Student Name: Student Number: Tutor Name: Tutorial Time: Abstract This report aims to address a two-fold objective: (1) to provide an understanding of the skills necessary for therapeutic rapport; and (2) to consider the historical and contemporary influences that have shaped communication skills used in mental health nursing.
6). In achieving its goal, mental health nursing used variety of theories, research, strategies, and evidence-based practice to reduce suffering and improve the quality of life. Communication skills, particularly therapeutic communication, are one of the strategies frequently used by mental health nurses to build rapport and partnership with clients that are in need of mental health care. According to Pryjmachuk (2011), communication skills refer to sets of interpersonal skills which play a vital role in making a climate conducive for therapy, such as demonstration of trust, rapport and collaboration and promotion of engagement (both client and therapist) in the therapeutic relationship (p. 61). It is through therapeutic relationship that nurses became able to understand clients’ thoughts, feelings and behavior, establish partnership and therapeutic relationship with the client, and deliver appropriate care needed. Through the years, the role of the mental health nurses has evolved and they continuously assume various roles during nurse-client relationship. Three key influences have shaped the need and style of interpersonal communication skills among mental health nurses of United Kingdom. ...
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