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5 Matching questions

  1. shame
  2. crying
  3. Grief therapy
  4. mourning
  5. fear
  1. a a physical, external response to an emotion
  2. b (William Worden) specialized techniques which are used to help people with complicated grief reactions
  3. c the assumption of blame directed toward one's self and others
  4. d strong emotion marked by such reactions as alarm, dread and disquiet
  5. e an 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

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The Attachment Theory - British psychoanalyst who studied the distress of infants who were separated from parents
    1. Attachments come from a need for security and saftey (assc w/ a relationship)
    2. the greater the potential for loss, the more intense the reaction (nature of the attachment)
    3. the same theory applies to death
    4. behaviors that may be exhibited - crying, perpetual searching (for attachment lost or didn't have), anxiety, clinginess (holding on to what they have left)
    5. children mourn in a way similar to adults
    6. allow children to talk freely and ask questions
  2. a method of treating emotional disorders that involve the patient talking about their feelings-mostly thru early childhood years than beyond
  3. no comprehension; react to persons around them
  4. Tasks of Mourning - empowers the bereaved to take an active role in their recovery rather than go through the passive stages of greif:
    1. to accept reality of loss-overcome denial
    2. to experience the pain of grief and to express the emotion associated with it
    3. to adjust to the enviroment in which the deceased is missing
    4. to withdrawl emotional energy and re-invest in another relationship (hobby, work, school, etc)
  5. (Worden) inhibited, supressed, or postponed response to a loss

5 True/False questions

  1. Client-Centered Counseling aka Person-Centered Counselingthose appropriate and helpful acts of counseling that come after the funeral

          

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

          

  3. living willa document which governs the witholding or withdrawl of life-sustaining treatment from an individual in the event of an incurable or irreversible condition that will cause death within a relatively short time and which such a person is no longer able to make decisions regarding his or her medical treatment

          

  4. Karl RogersClient/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

          

  5. Grief work(Erich Lindemann) a process occurring with, aimed at loosening the attachement to the dead for reinvestment in the living

          

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