Monday, October 26, 2009

Nursing Outcomes Nursing interventions and Patient teaching Nursing care plans for Conduct Disorder

. Monday, October 26, 2009

Nursing outcomes Nursing care plans for Conduct Disorder

  • Patients Anxiety is maintained at a level at which client feels no need for aggression and will not harm self or others physically or emotionally.
  • Client will seeks out staff to discuss true feelings.
  • Client recognizes, verbalizes, and accepts possible consequences of own maladaptive behaviors.
  • The patient and parents will attend counseling to discuss the patient's illness and learn how to handle his behavior.
  • Patient will develop effective coping skills to help him process stressors.
  • Patient will develop effective social interaction and problem solving skills.
  • Patient will utilize constructive channels to release anger.
  • Patient will express awareness of how his actions affect others.

Nursing interventions Nursing care plans for Conduct Disorder
Work to establish a trusting relationship with the child. Provide clear behavioral guidelines, including consequences for disruptive and manipulative behavior. Help the child accept responsibility for behavior rather than blaming others, becoming defensive, and wanting revenge.

Nursing Diagnosis and Interventions for Conduct Disorder

Patient teaching Nursing care plans for Conduct Disorder
  • Teach the child effective coping skills, social skills, and problem-solving skills, and have him demonstrate them in return.
  • Teach the child to express anger appropriately through constructive methods to release negative feelings and frustrations.
  • Use role playing to help the child practice handling stress and gain skill and confidence in managing difficult situations.


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