8.1 What are ways that teens can help make their mother feel more comfortable and lift her spirits while she is in the hospital?
8.2 How can teens help their mother who is recovering from treatment at home?
9.1 What are the factors contributing to the ways in which well siblings cope with these family changes when their sibling is sick?
9.2 What are the psychological problems that well siblings experience?
11.1 What are the characteristics of impaired parenting from depressed parents?
11.2 The parental atmosphere of marital strife may promote anxiety in children and in adolescents as well as concerns about what?
12.1 How do adolescent daughters of cancer patients cope with stress?
12.2 How do adolescent sons of cancer patients cope with stress?
14.1 Our sense of self is facilitated and influenced on the dual basis of what?
15.1 In the Grief-Oriented, Music-directed model, the dynamic interchange of therapeutic themes and music intervention provides the impetus for clients to get in touch with what prominent grief themes?
16.1 To promote healing with music intervention, what are some various strategies that counselors must engage in when dealing with clients who are experiencing grief after the death of a loved one?
A. Resentment, anger, anxiety, depression, fear of death, jealousy, guilt, and isolation
B. Decorate her room, involve her in your life, help her pass the time
C. Developmental age, the age of the sick brother/sister, the closeness of the relationship between the ill child and the healthy, brother/sister, and the way in which the family respond to the situation
D. They either support their mothers during the course of the illness, feel anger and resentment, withdraw from their mothers, or fear the risk of inheriting the disease
E. Resolving discord, naming hurt and pain, moving toward a more congruent meaning of life, reframing grief, and beginning to experience a sense of peace and fulfillment by connecting with people
F. They avoid communication that directly addressed the illness and the situation, or want all information about the disease concealed from others outside the family.
G. “test the waters” by using music creatively in practice; incorporate prose, narrative, or poetry writing as an integral part of grief work; ask clients to write about the positive and negative aspects of their grief, ask clients to personalize lyrics for their favorite songs, meet clients where they are in the grieving process and build toward a mutually agreeable direction; and join colleagues with similar interests and use songs that have been tested in the field
H. Less psychological availability, less communication, decreased supervision, lack of consistency in discipline and initiative, as well as more hostility, irritability, and coerciveness
I. Social interaction and multiple relationships, particularly within one’s family
J. The future and the family’s stability
K. Anticipate her needs, be considerate, keep your house or apartment picked up, talk with your mother, and volunteer to run errands or take care of younger brothers and sisters