Mental health and nursing group worksheet
What is the theory behind this Looking after your mental health worksheet?
Working with patients who are experiencing psychological distress or who have physical health problems is one of the distinctive stressors that nurses must deal with. This stress can leave nurses feeling overburdened and emotionally fatigued. This worksheet is based on Decider life skills techniques Which uses CBT and DBT techniques.
How will the worksheet help?
While on practice placement, nurses must get assistance in managing both professional and personal challenges. This worksheet will assist nurses in letting go of the adverse effects they are going through and to be in their role as compassionate and trustworthy healthcare professionals.
How to use the worksheet?
The worksheet can be used by the client as a self-help guide or a therapist can give it to the client as homework. The client has to follow the schedule as mentioned in the worksheet. he /she can choose 1-2 activities daily to perform.
You can download this worksheet here.
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