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  1. Grollman
  2. 3-5 years old
  3. chronic grief
  4. psychotherapist
  5. frustration
  1. a -funeral is an important family occasion
    -children should have the right to attend
    -by age seven, children should be encouraged to attend
  2. b -unable to understand the finality of death
    -death is like sleep or taking a long journey
  3. c excessive in duration and never comes to satisfactory conclusion
  4. d helps patients to resolve complex issues thru psychotherapy
  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. studies the human mind and tries to explain why people act the way they do
  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. 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
  4. the ability to present oneself sincerely
  5. (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 True/False questions

  1. blameto hold one responsible or find fault with for an action or error

          

  2. Abraham MaslowHierarchy of needs (triangle-starts at the bottom)
    1. Physiological needs
    2. Saftey and security
    3. Love and security
    4. Esteem
    5. Self-acutalization

          

  3. grief counselinghelping people facilitate uncomplicated grief to a healthy completion of the tasks of grieving within a reasonable time frame

          

  4. phobiadisenfranchised - not openly socially sanctioned or publically shared

          

  5. at-need counselingthe individual providing assistance and guidance

          

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