Compassion and understanding is always needed

Sheila Wilson’s guest today is a registered nurse that has worked in the psychiatric field for 45 years, she has done inpatient in the hospital setting and worked in the outpatient setting. She is presently one of the supervisors.  Psychiatric nurses specifically care for patients who suffer from any type of mental illness.
During the interview, they discussed the violence and the issues that can occur when someone is having a difficult time. They also discussed the use of security guards and if there were hands-off or hands-on and also what the staff needed to do if they were assaulted.
Sheila and her guest also spoke about “what would it be like to have something that the patient has been diagnosed with ” How would it feel, if it was happening to us? One example that was said, is a patient couldn’t get the voices in his head to stop talking all day and all night it was awful for him.  For all the patients we need to have compassion, understanding, and to step back and ask what is s/he going through?
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