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Four major dimensions of recovery include: (4)

1. health, home, purpose, and community

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Displacement of feelings for significant people in the client's past onto the PMHNP in the present relationship. Transference or countertransference

Transference

3

The nurse's emotional reaction to the client based on her or his past experiences. Transference or countertransference

Countertransference

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Author of "stages of human development"

Erik Erikson

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Developmental Stages of Human Development (8)

1. Infancy
2. Early childhood
3. Late childhood
4. School-age
5. Adolescence
6. Early adulthood
7. Middle adulthood
8. Late adulthood

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What developmental stage/developmental task? Erik Erikson: Age birth to 1 year; indications of developmental mastery: Ability to form meaningful relationships, hope about the future, trust in others....Indications of developmental failure: Poor relationships, lack of future hope, suspicious of others

Infancy....Trust vs mistrust

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What developmental Stage/developmental task? Erik Erikson: 1-3 years of age. Indications of developmental mastery: self-control, self esteem, willpower. Indications of developmental failure: poor self-control, low self esteem, self-doubt, lack of independence.

Early childhood.....Autonomy vs shame and doubt

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What developmental stage/developmental task? Erik Erikson: >65 years of age. Indications of developmental mastery: fulfillment and comfort with life, willingness to face death, insight and balanced perspective on life-s events. Indications of developmental failure: bitterness, sense of dissatisfaction with life, despair over impending death

Late adulthood.....Integrity vs despair

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What developmental stage/developmental task? Erik Erikson: 35-65 years of age. Indications of developmental mastery: Ability to give talents to others, ability to care for others. Indications of developmental failure: Self-absorption, inability to grow and change as a person, inability to care for others.

Middle adulthood.....Generativity vs self-absorption or stagnation