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5 Matching questions

  1. 2. EMOTIONAL INTEGRATION
  2. a. egoistic suicide
  3. Sudden death 6. unfinished business
  4. has the highest rate
  5. Dr WILLIAM LAMERS
  1. a - leaves the survivor with many regrets for things they did not do and say with the deceased
  2. b an emotional well integrated family will be better able to help each other cope with the death
  3. c occurs when the person fails to become totally integrated into society or family life - general feeling is one of extreme isolation sometimes referred to as a loner - the largest number of suicides are of this type
  4. d death grief and mourning - the funeral and the child
  5. e white males

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. COLIN MURRAY PARKES
  2. anomic suicide
  3. She groups them into three umbrella categories
    1. preexisting relationship between the bereaved and the deceased - how were they connected
    2. the type of death - specific circumstances
    3. previous loss - how mourned prior losses
  4. ACUTE CRISIS PHASE-CHRONIC LIVING/DYING PHASE--TERMINAL PHASE
  5. 1. confirm reality
    2. establish security and stability
    3. receive emotional support
    4. express emotion support
    5. express emotions
    6. modify emotional ties to the deceased
    7. provide a basis for building new interpersonal relationships

5 True/False questions

  1. ATTACHMENT THEORYJOHN BOWLBY

          

  2. SYMPTOMATOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE GRIEFbe clear, direct and formulate communication at a level of cognitive complexity that the child demonstrates he or she can comprehend

          

  3. other types of deathDETACHMENT - automatic behavior, withdrawal, apathy, isolation, resignation

          

  4. 3rd grief workAttempting to explain the loss

          

  5. 4. God took Daddy away because he wants an loves the good in heaven
    5. daddy is heaven now
    6. grandma died because she was sick
    7. to die is to go to sleep
    WHAT NOT TO SAY to children