Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner

Create a 10-15 (excluding introduction and reference page) power point reflect on your first experience conducting a psychiatric interviewing with a toddler, school-aged child, or adolescent.

  • Describe a clinical situation, in detail. (Who was it, when did it happen, what happened, what caused it to happen, where did it happen, how did it happen). Describing the clinical experience should take less than 3 minutes. Discussing your reflection should take 3-5 minutes.
  • What feelings, prejudices, and biases did you experience during the interview?
  • How did you manage these anxieties, feelings, prejudices and biases?
  • What assumptions did you make about children or families with mental illness?
  • What awareness did you develop during your clinical experience?
  • Describe how you changed as a result of your clinical experience?
  • Describe how will this clinical situation impact your advanced nursing practice?

Requirements: PP 10-15 slides

Answer preview

vPsychologists are humans and, thus, having underlying feelings, prejudices, and biases might be unavoidable.

vLearning how to manage these feelings, prejudices, and biases is critical.

vSince preventing them from interfering with my decision-making and actions is critical, I practiced mindfulness.

vThis started by recognizing and acknowledging these underlying feelings, prejudices, and biases.

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Psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner