The RNAO's publication of the RNAO Nurse Educator Mental Health and Addiction Resource: Integrating Mental Health and Addiction into the Undergraduate Nursing Curriculum has been released online!!! The resource is available for download/pdf printing at: http://rnao.ca/bpg/initiatives/mhai/mhar
We have been alerted by questions and concerns from members about recent information and a survey regarding the controlled act of psychotherapy as it stands on the CNO website. We would like to encourage all MHNIG to take part in this survey though the following link.
When making practice change, nurses often focus on the implementation of a new practice, rather than considering the importance of planning for evaluation. This workshop will inspire nurses involved in clinical projects and practice change activities to integrate principles of evaluation throughout the change process. Get the skills to be able to interpret analyze and leverage evaluation data.
This workshop is designed for nursing clinicians and practice leaders to gain an ability to conceptualize evaluation in relation to practice change.
Motivational interviewing is a directive, client-centred counselling style for eliciting behaviour change by helping clients to explore and resolve ambivalence. This approach can be used in various practice settings and with a wide range of clients.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychotherapy that focuses on the ‘link’ between our thoughts, behaviours and emotions. This is done by identifying distorted thinking through automatic thoughts, challenging and modifying maladaptive schemas, beliefs and behaviours, and helps one to recognize how they relate to others and their environments. CBT is an intervention that teaches clients to identify, evaluate and respond to dysfunctional beliefs and thoughts.