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  1. Howard W. Stone
  2. Manisfestations of Normal Grief
  3. masked grief
  4. blame
  5. pre-need counseling
  1. a ABC Method of Crisis Intervention- for mass disaters
    1. Acheiving contact or establishing a counseling relationship with people in crisis
    2. Boiling down the problem to its essentials
    3. Coping with the problem
  2. b (Worden) occurs when persons experience symptoms and behaviors which cause them difficulty, but do not see or recognize the fact that these are related to the loss
  3. c to hold one responsible or find fault with for an action or error
  4. d (William Worden)
    1. Emotional responses - shock, denial, disbelief (defense mechanism), sadness (for deceased, oneself, others), loneliness (regardless of other relationships), guilt (blame directed toward oneself), anger (toward deceased, self, God) anxiety, crying, dreams/nightmares, awaking events (seeing or hearing from the dead)
    2. spiritual responses - strenthening ones spiritual beliefs, weakening of a persons spiritual beliefs, questioning the meaning of life
    3. cognitive responses - preoccupation with the thoughts of the deceased, inability to concentrate (disorganized thoughts - "I wish it could have been me", "it all seems like a bad dream"), inability to remember
    4. behavioral responses (actions) - staying away from places that remind one of the deceased, doing or saying things contrary to beliefs or normal behavior, use of drugs or intoxicants, frequent crying or outburst, drastic changes in eating habits
    5. Physical responses - headaches, insomnia, fatigue, changes in sexual desire, shortness of breath, dizziness
  5. e that counseling which occurs before death

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Client/person-centered counseling vs. non-directive counseling
    1. client/person centered - refers to the type of counseling where one comes actively and voluntarily to gain help on a problem, without any notion of surrendering his own responsibility of a situation
    2. non-directive (humanistic) - method of counseling which stresses the inherent worth of the client and the natural capacity for growth and health
  2. an organized, flexible, purposeful, group-centered time-limiting response to death which reflects reverence, dignity and respect
  3. the study of death
  4. (William Worden)
    1. who the person was - relationship
    2. nature of attachment - closeness
    3. historical antecedents
    4. personality variables - outgoing, shy, hopeful
    5. social variables - family, friends, support groups
    6. concurrent issues - a number of stresses at same time
    7. coping with the press, public and others - mass killings, public crimes, public figures
    8. mode of death - how person died and duration ex: accidental, natural, suicide, homicide, euthanasia, hospice, or living will
    9. disasters - communications
  5. -Rogerian counseling- developed by Karl Rogers: non directive counseling method
    -that type of counseling where one comes actively and voluntarily to gain help on a situation
    -stresses the inherent worth of the client and his/her natural capacity for growth

5 True/False Questions

  1. grief therapy(Worden) specialized techniques which are used to help people with complicated grief reactions


  2. guiltan emotion or set of emotions due to a loss


  3. exaggerated grief(Worden) persons are usually conscious of the relationship of the reaction to the death, but the reaction to the current experience is excessive and disabling


  4. William WordenDeveloping Interpersonal Skills (for sucessful Funeral services)
    1. Phases of acquiring new interpersonal skills:
    -initial learning
    -uncomfortable use
    -consciously skilled
    -naturally skilled
    2. Essential Skills - attending or listening, paraphrasing, clarifying, perception checking, leading the discussion, questioning, reflected feelings, informing, summarizing


  5. counseloran adjustment process that involves grief or sorrow over a period of time that helps in the reorganization of the life an indivdual following a loss or death of someone loved


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