Role-Play Strategies for Critical Thinking in Psychiatric Mental Health

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Using Role-Play Strategies

Dr. Tim Blake, Ohio University, USA

Professor Blake uses role-play to help students begin to better recognize and interact with patients with personality disorders. Consider using this same case scenario in a clinical conference as a way of working out how the staff will respond consistently and therapeutically to particularly difficult patients. During the role play all students are engaged in higher order thinking processes to interpret, analyze and draw an inference on the nature of the personality disorder being manifested by the ‘patient.’

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