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CAN - Interventions for Clients Coping with Cancer 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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1.1 What affects the magnitude of the stressor that cancer represents?
1.2 How can a cancer patient better able to meet the challenge of their sickness?
2.1 What are eight ways in the “Minimizing the Sense of Loss” technique?
2.2 What is one effective way for clients to retain a sense of self?
2.3 What may be one of the biggest losses a cancer patient may experience?
3.1 What luxury do client patients have compared to heart attack or stroke patients?
4.1 How may a client fight back against cancer?
4.2 What type of clients are the ones who most likely get better?
4.3 What is the first rule for clients with serious cancer?
5.1 What can you advise a cancer patient who thinks that doctors and nurses are the most important on his/her treatment team?
6.1 What are four questions you can ask the cancer patient?
6.2 After the first step in reforming, what does the client begin to replace his/her reaction with?
7.1 What is an additional method for reforming negative emotions?
8.1 What can a therapist advise a client who agrees that there are degrees of unpleasant emotions?
9.1 What is the myth about cancer?
9.2 What can a therapist do to help a cancer patient restore hope?
9.3 What did Dr. Frank Henker state about hope in cancer patients at an APA meeting?
11.1 What is one method for making the news easier on children?
11.2 What age bracket of children are very attuned to physical changes that a parent might go through?
12.1 What technique involves making hospital rooms more familiar and homelike?
13.1 What technique helps the client avoid giving in to the idea of losing his/her battle with cancer?
14.1 What can allow the recovered cancer patient to regain their capacity to reproduce?

A. The more connected they are to family, faith communities, friends, and other groups
B. Where the cancer is located, what stage it is in, and which treatment therapies have been proposed or are being implemented
C. By maintaining family traditions and regular activities as much as possible
D. Identify the tthat it is normal to have mood swings and more intense emotions than before his or her diagnosis, the therapist should encourage his/her clients to make themselves as physically comfortable as possible, spend as much time as possible with people who care, and client integrates his or her cancer experience into his or her life story
E. Luxury of time
F. sense of lost hope and dreams for the future
G. Clients who are not intimidated by their disease
H. The client must make sure that he/she has a doctor, a hospital, and a treatment plan they feel confident in
I. That the client is the most important in the team
J. Get a second opinion
K. A more realistic and appropriate response of acceptance
L. How likely is it that what you are worried about will take place? Are you overreacting? Is there a more reasonable way for you to react? And is your reaction reasonable and rational? Have you found that asking your client these questions can bring about a more realistic perspective to a situation?
M. Make the effort to react less dramatically to those situations which may or may not be serious but are perceived that way
N. Limiting the duration of the unpleasant emotion
O. Discuss techniques for avoiding stress with the clients
P. That everyone with cancer dies because of the cancer
Q. Bring the children to the cancer center at least once
R. “Whether we acknowledge the influence of hope or not, it’s real, and it may even determine the life or death outcome of the patient.”
S. Room Sweet Room technique
T. Children under the age of ten
U. Technology combined with time
V. Take the Opposite Track technique

Course Content Manual Questions The answer to Question 23 is found in Section 23 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 24 is found in Section 24 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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15.1 What is psychoneuroimmunology?
16.1 In future studies of the psychological aspects of cancer, what will researchers be paying more attention to?
17.1 According to Clifford, what did one-quarter of women use while navigating through the process of reconstruction?
18.1 What were women who elected not to have reconstructive surgery classified as?
19.1 What is one factor underlying the mind-body connection?
20.1 What did patients who participated in Logo Therapy experience?
21.1 What can be attained when pursuing creative goals and experiential values or reframing one’s attitude?
22.1 According to Cohen, what are present in the minds of patients during each cancer stage?
23.1 What is the states motto in “A Brave New World?”
24.1 What are different treatments in group psychotherapy?
26.1 What did most examples of beauty involve?
26.2 What characteristic of the group was not only a symbol of ending in general but also forced the group members to take responsibility for themselves for continuing the work they started?

A. To age; sex; the type and stage of cancer; and the influence of social class, culture, and heredity
B. The discipline that studies the relationship between the mind and immune system
C. Sideliners
D. Denial or avoidance
E. A stronger feeling of purposefulness and meaningfulness rather than controls
F. The hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis
G. Feelings of hopelessness, helplessness, and fear of death
H. A sense of meaning in part through transcendence
I. Aychoeducation, cognitive-behavioral therapy, supportive-expressive therapy, psychodynamic
J. Community, identity, stability
K. The finiteness of the group
L. The experience of nature

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