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Treating PTSD: Natural Disasters, Sexual Abuse, and Combat
Treating PTSD: Natural Disasters, Sexual Abuse & Combat

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Audio Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content… and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.
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Questions:
1. What are four ways your clients who have experienced a job loss can better listen to their intuition?
2. What are the four notes that you can share with your client experiencing the shock of unemployment to help him or her listen to their body?
3. If your client’s spouse starts giving solutions that your client is not ready for, what should they do?
4. What are the five ways discussed that your client can make funds during their unemployment?
5. What are the five "nuts and bolts" of interviewing that you can share with your unemployed client who is looking for a new job?
6. What are eight steps that you can go over with your client to help him/her create a successful and helpful LinkedIn account?
7. What are the four key parts that you can go over with you unemployed client to help them prepare for their in-person interview?
8. What are the six examples of body language and behavior that your clients can use to make themselves and their interviewer more comfortable during their interview?
9. What are six tips your client can use to managing his or her fear when it comes to the job market?
10. What are the four tips to help your client present a good image?
11. What are the three steps you can discuss with your client to establish a good online presence?
12. What are the important principles for your client to make sure their selling points prove they can do the job?
13. What are two aspects of the job application process can your client include his or her selling points as facts?
14. What are the five forms of follow-up contacts your client may use to talk with potential employers?
15.
What are the 11 keys that your client can use to build his or her workplace power?

Answers:
A. Sell Big Items, Organize a Garage Sale, Turn a Hobby into funds, Find Contract or Freelance Work, and Apply for an Equity Line
B. come up with likely topics that will be covered, brainstorm anecdotes, practice interview with friend, and practice anecdotes in front of the mirror
C. don’t interrupt or contradict the interviewer; avoid fidgeting; consider if it is appropriate to dress slightly above how they would dress once they were working in the position; and monitor body language
D. a cold call to the company and the interview
E. Record their dreams, let go of fear, empty their minds, catch their split-second thoughts.
F. have a positive attitude; eye contact is important; dress for success; be confident; and prepare questions to ask the interviewerer
G. Sit up and lean slightly forward in your chair; Stay aware of your interviewer’s body language and try to mirror their body language during the interview; Show you are interested by nodding or making other positive gestures; Don’t wear anything like perfume or cologne that carries too strong an odor; If the interview is interrupted, offer to step out of the room if they need privacy; If your interview is by phone, set yourself up near a mirror so you can monitor your facial expressions and if you stand during a phone interview, it could help you remain focused and engaged.
H. Control who has access to your online information; assess privacy settings on social media; and create an online identity that shows potential employers how you can benefit their company
I. your selling points must be specific; employers are most comfortable with verifiable proof from paid work history and formal education; and look at your qualifications from the point of view of an employer, needing verification that you can do the job. 
J. take it slow, honor your body’s need to slow down, stay in the present, and take care of your body.
K. Have your client calmly reply that they are not ready to work on solutions but instead need time to absorb the shock
L. Research new information how to job search; Locate places that could give you reliable industry-specific information and news about your local job market; Create small steps; Have realistic expectations for yourself; Find role models that could inspire you through your situation; and Find someone who could be your accountability partner.
M. establish login and password; carefully create your profile; use keywords; invite people you know to join your network; find contacts; inviting someone to join her LinkedIn network; seek
N. Learn to Like the People in the Office; Communicate Often with the Supervisor; Try Not to Turn Down an Invitation; Socializing with the Boss; Making Co-Workers Feel Good about Themselves; Do Not Forget Who Hired You; Try Not to Violate a Confidence; Don’t Refuse a Work Assignment if You Can Help It; Know the Supervisor’s Expectations; Try Not to Speak Ill of the Company; and If You Are Unhappy, Do Not Broadcast it at Work
O. Six key points in a follow-up email
1. Timing: Send it one week after initial resume has been sent.
2. First sentence should reference your previous resume, the date it was sent, and the position for which your client applied.
3. The second sentence could use exact words from the employer’s ad and reference a job title on your client’s resume in which these skills would apply.
4. The last sentence could be an open-ended statement such as "I look forward to answering any questions you may have."
5. The close should be formal, for example, "Thank you for your consideration in this matter"
6. The client should use their formal name along with any legitimate credentials. For example, Marisa had a two year business degree. Her certification initials were A.A., Associate of Art. I suggested she put associate of art in parenthesis after AA. Clearly acronyms after names add credibility. Just make sure your client uses all legitimate credential indicators.


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