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Aging: Menopause- Interventions for The Change
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Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs | Geriatric & Aging

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Questions:
1. What are three motives for and manifestations of denial in women who are beginning menopause?
2. What are three concepts of malaise in menopausal women?
3. What are three effects of fear of a decrease in sexual drive due to menopause?
4. What are three concepts related to menopausal stress?
5. What are three emotional symptoms found in menopausal clients?
6. What are concepts of memory loss in menopausal clients?
7. What are three strategies that menopausal clients can use to help them cope with the day-to-day?
Answers:
A. malaise vs. depression; transitory grief; and comorbid risks.
B. adrenal exhaustion; sleep-deprived stress; and managing stress through diet and nutrients.
C. poor verbal memory; brain fog; and change in thinking styles.
D. disbelief; appearing weak; and youth obsessed culture.
E.
low self-esteem; loss of sexual identity; and actual loss of sexual desire.
F. anger; anxiety; and mood swings.
G. Watching What You Wear; Going with the Mood Swing; and Lifeline.

Course Content Manual Questions The Answer to Question 8 is found in Section 8 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:
8. What were the five categories of personal reactions in menopausal therapists to experiencing sweats and/or red-hot faces while with a client?
9. What are two significant health risks for women in postmenopause?
10. Given the dramatic impact of menopause on some women's health and emotional status, what is imperative for mental health counselors to recognize?
11. According to research done by Wenk, what is the effect of hormone replacement therapy on memory?
12. What is the psychoanalytic theory of depression in menopause?
13. Numerous studies have shown that psychosocial factors account for more of the variation in depressed mood among women at the time of menopause than does menopause itself.  What are these psychosocial factors?
14. What types of therapy have been shown to be as effective as antidepressant medication in postmenopausal depression?
15. In Haton et al.’s small study of women who were recently postmenopausal, what three factors were suggested to decrease sexual frequency? 
16. How is the social prejudice against aging in women gender-bound?
17. According to Stotland, the Western concept of the empty nest is predicated upon the assumption that women do nothing else than, and find satisfaction only in, caring for their children. What does it not acknowledge?
Answers:
A.  The psychoanalytic theory, posits that onset of the menopausal transition is a critical event in the life of a mid-aged woman and is a threat to her adjustment and self-Concept
B.  interpersonal therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy
C. the impact of menopause as an invisible factor in a woman's and a family's psychological well-being.
D. Postmenopause has been associated with heart disease and osteoporosis
E.  Hawton et al. suggested that a decrease in sexual frequency resulted from a decline in marital adjustment, partner interest, and partner availability.
F.  Hormone-replacement therapy may exacerbate memory loss that occurs with Alzheimer's disease.
G.  The thought of an older woman with a younger man is disgusting to many people, while couples consisting of older men and younger women are not only accepted, but even admired. The use of new technologies by menopausal women wanting to bear children is viewed negatively, while fatherhood among men in their eighties is often viewed as a sign of vigor and virility.
H.  stress and stressful life events, socioeconomic status, negative attitudes toward menopause and aging, and negative expectations of menopause are related to more negative mood during the menopausal transition.
I.  (1) Loss of confidence (2) Depression (3) Anxiety (4) Feeling that their careers were at risk, and (5) Fears that their bodies were mirroring clients
J.  It does not acknowledge that menopause may bring women welcome relief from the responsibilities of caring for young children.


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