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5 Matching questions

  1. frustration
  2. counselor
  3. grief therapy
  4. regressive behavior
  5. thanatology
  1. a thoughts or actions typical of early life stages, e.g. infancy, childhood. A defense mechanism of regression rather than handling unacceptable impulses in a more adult way
  2. b the individual providing assistance and guidance
  3. c (Worden) specialized techniques which are used to help people with complicated grief reactions
  4. d the study of death
  5. e the state of being prevented from attaining a purpose
    -thwarted, the blocking of satisfaction by some kind of obstacle

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. (Alan Wolfelt)
    1. Funeral director dominance
    2. Bombarding with questions
    3. Inappropriate self- disclosure (focusing too much on oneself and one's own experiences)
    4. Offering platitudes of false reassurance (over promising "everything's going to be alright"
    5. Emotional distance and aloofness (avoiding discussion of painful issues)
  2. 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)
  3. an organized, flexible, purposeful, group-centered time-limiting response to death which reflects reverence, dignity and respect
  4. Hierarchy of needs (triangle-starts at the bottom)
    1. Physiological needs
    2. Saftey and security
    3. Love and security
    4. Esteem
    5. Self-acutalization
  5. (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

5 True/False questions

  1. cryinga physical, external response to an emotion

          

  2. 5-9 years old-may understand that death is final but may not accept it as something that happens to everyone
    -often personify death (bogeyman)

          

  3. shameto hold one responsible or find fault with for an action or error

          

  4. exaggerated grief(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

          

  5. Dolkadisenfranchised - not openly socially sanctioned or publically shared