By Fredrike P. Bannink
Drawing on approximately 30 years of scientific perform, Bannink compiles solution-focused questions and protocols which are formulated to elicit the client’s services at the issue(s) that introduced her or him to treatment. labeled for basic use and to be used with particular different types of clients—such as young ones, undefined, and households, and those that have suffered trauma or who could gain advantage from medication—the questions display how the best use of language is a vital instrument in solution-focused interviewing. workouts and homework feedback invite self-reflection and experimentation with the solution-focused version, whereas case reviews illustrate the model’s effectiveness with a wide selection of consumers. 1001 Solution-Focused Questions equips clinicians with a toolbox filled with ready-to-use ways, so they’re ready to supply help as consumers locate their very own solution to a greater destiny.
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Using secondary pharmacological agents or ‘‘antidotes’’ 5. Drug holidays 6. Switching to another drug with a more favorable side-effects profile Using brand preparations of psychotropic drugs may be preferable for monitoring side effects. Educating the therapist about the most frequent side effects seems to be a good strategy for patients in collaborative treatment. Communication with primary care physicians could also provide invaluable information for the management of side effects. REFERENCES 1.
Symptomatic treatment involves treatment of concurrent infections, electrolyte imbalance, fever, and the autonomic imbalance. Cold wet packs are helpful in controlling fever. 5 mg/kg body weight every 6 hr (up to 10 mg/kg daily). When the patient stabilizes, oral dantrolene can be instituted (100 to 200 mg daily). 5 mg tid and up to 20 to 30 mg/pday. 28 F. Keshavan and Chengappa Cognitive and Psychiatric Side Effects Traditional neuroleptic drugs have been known to impair certain cognitive functions, especially in the areas of selective attention, concentration, and working memory.
Subjectively, patients describe ‘‘nervousness,’’ ‘‘restlessness,’’ ‘‘tingling,’’ ‘‘nervous legs,’’ ‘‘nervous stomach,’’ etc. Questioning regarding recent neuroleptic drug initiation, dose increase, or addition of other drugs that elevate neuroleptic levels may point to the diagnosis in addition to observing the objective and subjective signs described earlier. Special questions regarding calf muscle restlessness may help zero in on the diagnosis (4). Acute akathisia is a particularly distressing side effect; it has been associated with suicidal and homicidal impulses and other impulsive acts.
1001 Solution-Focused Questions: Handbook for Solution-Focused Interviewing by Fredrike P. Bannink