By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name two types of guilt.
-Name three types of relationships reviewed in the Relationship Inventory technique.
-Name the four basic reasons grieving trauma survivors experience feelings of isolation.
-Name three assumptions clients may be forced to reconsider.
-Name the five basic types of secondary wounding experiences.
-Name the three critical steps in creating healing self-statements.
-Name three major physiological aspects of grief.
-Name the three basic mind sets of grief.
-Name three positive sides of grief.
-Name the three ‘D’s of grief.
-Explain the responsibility if we are concerned that a client may be unconsciously trying to obtain a replacement child, as a therapist.
-Name three aspects of how success is intangible.
-Name three ways in which clients may try to avoid self-awareness.
-Name three goals of the Web Construct.
-Explain what debriefing method conducted in groups gained currency during WWII and includes questions such as "What were the first thoughts that raced through your mind at the time of the crisis."
-Name two categories organize symptomatic responses to traumatic events.
-Explain what were parents most often worried about who were concerned that overprotectiveness is a problem.
-Name Rando's six "R" processes of mourning.
-Explain what statistic supported the idea that not only is the tangible benefit of grief therapy small, but its risk of producing iatrogenic worsening of problems is unacceptably high.
-Explain the difference between loss-oriented coping and restoration-oriented coping.
-Explain what should the therapist do if the patient requests an unknown song.
-Explain what is central to the syndrome of Traumatic Grief.
-Explain why is the universal application of grief work hypothesis questionable in relation to gender.
-Name the four DSM criteria of traumatic grief.
-Name four tasks of mourning.
-Explain the symptoms were found in the criteria for traumatic grief but not found in complicated grief disorder.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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