Physical ilness could contribute to psychosocial problems such as anxiety and disturbed body image. This psychosocial problems became a comorbid factor which could make the clients health problems more serious. The implementation Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Thought Stopping (TS), Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR) holistically applied by taking into consideration the physical tolerance of clients. The provision of Family PsychoEducation (FPE) for patient’s family and Supportive Theraphy (ST) for patient’s care giver by mental health-psychiatric nurse specialist could empower client continuity of care sustainability. Result: The combination CBT+PMR+FPE nurse specialist implementation have decreased the sign and symptoms up to 79.2% of effective aspect for clients with anxiety, and 86.3% of behavioral aspect for client who has disturbed body image. Conclusion: It was conclude that the implementation of CBT, TS, PMR by taking into consideration the client’s physical tolerance and FPE for client’s family and ST for client’s care giver can decrease patient’s responses to stressors.
|Journal||Jurnal Akper Ngesti Waluyo|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2017|
- ilness, holistic, behavior, adaptation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Thought Stopping (TS), Progressive Muscle Relaxation (PMR)