By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name three common reactions your client may experience when learning that a loved one has cancer.
-Name 4 common reactions to cancer.
-Explain what cognitions does unproductive worry create.
-Name five conversation guidelines.
-Name six guidelines for communication.
-Name six actions clients can try if they feel they know not what to do.
-Name three interventions to provide comfort to the caregiver.
-Name four guidelines for managing cancer in the workplace.
-Name three interventions for caregiver’s guide to well being.
-Name five techniques for mastering the dynamics of anger.
-Name six interventions that can help foster productive time management.
-Name one strategy for avoiding obsessive thinking.
-Name four guidelines for helping your clients as parents dealing with children who are trying to cope with cancer in the family or of a friend or loved one.
-Name two techniques for child affect integration.
-Name three components a life schema is based on .
-Explain the definition of existential and situational meaning.
-Explain the clues that a patient is experiencing depression, not preparatory grief.
-Name the three general coping styles for coping discussed by Livneh in the above article.
-Explain the major difference between engagement and disengagement coping strategies.
-Name four things does Livneh suggest rehabilitation practitioners should focus on.
-Explain the ultimate way to resolve pathological attachment.
-Explain the definition of family resilience.
-Explain what is considered to be the most important concept when developing a useful family resilience schema.
-Name two negative response types were found most frequently among martial couples coping with cancer.
-Explain wha is Dyadic coping.
-Explain what kind of changes tend to live longer.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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