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SD - Behavioral Interventions for Night Terrors and other Sleep Disorders Post Test

Psychologist, Ohio MFT and Counselor Post Test:
Only Psychologists, Ohio MFT's and Ohio Counselors taking this course for credit need to complete these additional questions below to be in compliance with their Boards. requirements. If you are not a psychologist, Ohio MFT or Ohio Counselor please return to the original Answer Booklet. You do not need to complete the additional questions below.

Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.
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Questions:

1.1 What are common symptoms of night terrors?
2.1 How might you ask a child about their dreams without pressuring the issue too strongly?
3.1 What are four important factors that arise when investigating childhood trauma as the cause of night terrors?
4.1 What are examples of sleep guidelines to help a client sleep better?
4.2 What is the purpose of the ‘Exploring Present Circumstances’ step of the psychotherapeutic approach?
5.1 What does behavioral sleep therapy for children consists of?
6.1 What are steps to ‘Sleep Restriction’ therapy?
7.1 What might be six types of relaxation therapies that may work for clients dealing with insomnia?
8.1 What may helps clients provide a peace of mind?
10.1 What tips might be given to a narcoleptic?
11.1 What is an example of a ‘Drifting Downward’ technique?
12.1 What may be three types of breathing related sleep disorders?
12.2 According to Hirshkowitz, what percentage of clients who are given a pressure device to help keep airway open during sleep, don’t use it?
13.1 What are steps to the ‘rag doll dangle’ stretch?
13.2 What are the three mind games that may help sleep disorders?
Answers:

A. Do you remember anything about your dreams last night? Could you draw your dream from last night using these crayons?
B. Waking with a scream, moaning or gasping, rapid heartbeat, profuse sweating, rapid breathing, increase blood pressure
C. Eliminate all caffeine from diet, avoid food three to four hours before bed, follow a regular sleep schedule, avoid exercise near bedtime, ensuring quiet, and avoiding alcohol
D. Severity, depth, meanness, damage
E. Initial progression and subsequent progression
F. To help night terror clients avoid current abusive relationships
G. Meditation, yoga, and tai chi to Stroebel’s Quieting Response, deep breathing, muscle relaxation, guided imagery
H. Keep a sleep log for seven to ten days, eliminate the excess time spenT in bed by changing bed time and rise time, if bed time and rise time change, make sure not to sleep earlier or wake up later
I. By supporting him to have a consultation and sleep study, educate family, friends, and especially employers about narcolepsy, its special needs, and its physical basis, help client make simple adjustments in his schedule and responsibilities
J. Daily routines regarding relationships, meal times, work schedules, sleep, establishing a regular pattern reinforces the timing of the body’s internal biological clock
K. Apneas, or breathing cessation, hypopneas, or slow, shallow breathing, hypoventilation
L. Walking slowly down a staircase
M. Stand with your legs apart and bend at the waist, shake your arms and hands loosely, let your head hang and sway from side to side, shrug your shoulders, hang loosely for a few moments to relax completely
N. Be a sponge, the sighing breath, creating pictures
O. 50%

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 16 is found in Section 16 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 17 is found in Section 17 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question

Please note every section does not have an additional question below. Some sections may have more than one question.

Questions:

15.1 According to Mann, what plays a major role in establishing and maintaining difficult-to-manage child behavior and interferes with the implementation of therapeutic procedures?
15.2 What percentage of children with sleep disturbance exhibit coexisting behavior and emotional problems?
15.3 What may be examples of parameters to record in a standard sleep diary?
16.1 What may be two common childhood parasomnias that arise from deep non-rapid eye movement sleep?
16.2 According to Klackenberg, what percentage of children may experience 1 sleep terror or sleepwalking even during childhood?
17.1 What are steps to ensure a successful outcome of a consultation?
17.2 What questions might help understand a client’s problem?
17.3 What are causes of insomnia?
17.4 What might be tips to aid sleep?
19.1 What three questions are necessary in developing an individualized treatment plan for diagnosing insomnia?
20.1 What type of exercise has a great effect on sleep?
22.1 According to Gayle, when are herbal teas best used for a good night sleep?
23.1 What may be the most familiar parasomnias?
23.2 What are other motor parasomnias?
23.3 What do autonomic parasomnias include?
23.4 What percentage of children ages 3-6 experience nightmares?
25.1 What is another name for Restless Legs Syndrome, which is a disorder affecting up to 5% of the general population?
26.1 What is Paradoxical intention?
26.2 What is the primary goal of stimulus control?
Answers:

A. 30-45%
B. Parental psychopathology, marital conflict, parental stress
C. Sleep terror and sleepwalking
D. Bedtime, arising time, sleep-onset latency, number and duration of awakenings, naps, medication intake, written notes detailing out-of-the-ordinary events like illness or unique behaviors
E. Understand what the patient’s actual problem is, try and identify an underlying cause, provide advice to try and re-establish a sleep routine
F. 50%
G. Psychiatric, physical, environmental, alcohol, smoking, caffeine
H. Is there difficulty getting off to sleep? Is there difficulty maintaining sleep, perhaps with early morning waking? Is this a short-term insomnia after a stressful event such as an exam or a death in the family, or is it long-term?
I. "How long does it take you to fall asleep?" "How long are you able to maintain sleep?" "How do you feel the next day?"
J. Go to bed when tired but not if you are not, avoid day sleeping, check temperature in room, exercise in day but not late at night
K. Evening
L. Exercise that involves a large cardiovascular component
M. Sleep paralysis, rhythmic movement disorder, REM sleep behavior disorder, hypnagogic starts, and nocturnal leg cramps
N. Sleepwalking and teeth grinding
O. 50%
P. Sleep terror, nightmares, painful erections
Q. A psychological approach that is based on doing the opposite of what a client wants or fears and take it to extreme
R. To regain the idea that the bed is for sleeping
S. Ekbom’s Syndrome

 
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