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Whereas facilitative intervention, it promotes clients autonomy and self responsibility. In which a nurse encourages a client to solve problems and express emotions. As a nurse or anyone dealing with healthcare should use best communication skills, possible so that the therapeutic goals can be achieved. Therapeutic relationship is essential because it is the only way to promote optimistic change in people. Some of the qualities of therapeutic relationship is to offer a good therapeutic care which are respect, empathy, openness, trust, genuiness, self awareness and supportive.
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Toprevent this, nurses need to adopt strategies to protect their health. Therapeutic interaction in simple words it meansis a way of communication between a nurse and a client .This is very important because it helps a nurse better understand about their client more properly . Self-awareness as a nurse in relation to patient simply means to develop authentic congruent and open with patient (stein-parbury, 2000). Increasing the client’s self-awareness is achieved through establishing a trusting relationship that allows the clients to openly explore feelings. Open exploration can make the situation less threatening for the client and encourage behaviours that expands a person’s awareness of self.
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