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At which level of addiction do teenagers begin solitary use?
What are the C's of confrontation?
What are different modes of diagnosis of clients with fetal alcohol syndrome?
What are reasons why your client may self-mutilate?
What are the ways in which hospital tactics can worsen a self-injurer's condition?
What are challenges teens face when going through the final stages of recovery?
What are steps in parents objectively assessing their child for signs of bullying behavior?
What are strategies and techniques that can help students who are usually bystanders intervene in a constructive manner?
What are techniques for fighting fairly?
A. creating a feeling of isolation; discharging a self-injurer without being truly cured of the dilemma; and belittling the self-injurer.
B. to relieve anger; to indirectly retaliate; to test loyalty; to maintain control; and to induce caring responses from others
C. Choices, Consequences, Contracts, and Control.
D. Don’t watch, don’t react, combating gossip, offering support to the victim, gathering others, creating a distraction, and confronting the bully.
E. Solitary use begins at level three, abuse.
F. Listening when the student talks about his or her friends, observing how the student treats siblings, talking to teachers and other parents, monitoring the media diet, looking out for jealousy, not choosing the child’s friends, and watching for sudden signs of affluence
G. 1) the time-out technique, 2) the power technique, 3) the "I Was Wrong" technique, 4) the counting technique, 5) the letting go technique
H. physical and behavioral characteristics; emotional characteristics; and less severe characteristics
I. self-blame; the fear of incomplete analysis; the danger of over-analysis; explaining scars to peers; and regret.
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According to Jessup, what are the extrinsic barriers to seeking substance abuse treatment among pregnant addicts?
In his research on love and anger in marriage, what are the anger expression styles Mace describes?
What was the relationship discovered in Felitti's study between or more "adverse childhood experiences" (ACE) and various destructive behaviors?
In the case study, how does John react to being frequently sedated or given medication via intramuscular injection while being restrained?
What is the legal consensus on the definition of a "true threat"?
According to Bailey, what are the constitutional law issues involved in using profiles to prevent school violence?
According to Bender, what are five common factors among rampage school shooters?
A. Fear of prosecution and incarceration, fear of loss of infant custody, violent or substance addicted partners, programs that do not allow mothers to take their children with them, and programs that are insufficiently equipped or unwilling to care for pregnant addicts.
B. a threat that a reasonable person in the same circumstances would find to be a serious and unambiguous expression of intent to do harm based on the language and context of the threat.
C. According to Felitti's study, when people experienced four or more ACE they had a 4–24-fold increased risk of alcoholism, drug abuse, depression and suicide attempt; a 2–4-fold increased risk of smoking, of poor self-rated health, of having had more than 50 sexual partners, and of sexually transmitted disease; and a 1.5-fold increased risk of being physically inactive or having severe obesity.
D. venting anger, suppressing anger, processing anger, and dissolving anger.
E. assigning students to alternative education programs based on a student's likeness to a profile could be seen as a deprivation of the right to equal educational opportunities and thus could pose serious constitutional questions.
F. emotional factors, alienation, prior warnings of violence, accessibility of guns, and a low or declining respect for life.
G. perpetuating his anger because he believed that no one understood or cared how he felt and he began to physically threaten staff.
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