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Section 1: Background to managing challenging behaviour

(1.1) Section 1: Background to managing challenging behaviour

(1.2) Definitions of challenging behaviour

(1.3) Challenging behaviours in mental health services

(1.4) Behaviours that pose a risk of harm to others

(1.5) Behaviours that pose a risk of harm to self or health

(1.6) Deciding the level of severity

(1.7) Services that manage individuals with challenging behaviour

(1.8) Deciding on the level of security

(1.9) Suggested answers

(1.10) Figure 1: the relationship between components of risk and support facilities

(1.11) Deciding on the level of security

(1.12) Section 1: Recap

(1.13) Section 1: Summary

 

Section 2: Approaches to understanding challenging behaviour

(2.1) Section 2: Approaches to understanding challenging behaviour

(2.2) Approaches to understanding challenging behaviour

(2.3) Reflection

(2.4) Suggested answers

(2.5) Functional behaviour and reinforcement

(2.6) Behavioural assessment

(2.7) Developing a treatment plan

(2.8) Using an ABC chart: example

(2.9) Suggested answers

(2.10) Cognitive theory

(2.11) Analytic theory

(2.12) Synthesis

(2.13) Clinical vignette: synthesis

(2.14) Comment

(2.15) Section 2: Recap

(2.16) Section 2: Summary

 

Section 3: Approaches to treating challenging behaviour

(3.1) Section 3: Approaches to treating challenging behaviour

(3.2) Changing the context

(3.3) A functionally-based approach

(3.4) Questions to ask

(3.5) Cognitive-behaviour therapy

(3.6) The RAID approach

(3.7) Motivational interviewing

(3.8) Dialectical behaviour therapy

(3.9) The psychodynamic approach

(3.10) Section 3: Recap

(3.11) Section 3: Summary

 

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