CRIS 303 Quiz Grief Response

CRIS 303 Quiz: Grief Response and Interventions

  1. Which technique does the author recommend to help the bereaved manage dysphoric feelings and irrational thoughts?
  2. Which of the following is a theoretical model of group therapy that has commonly been used with children?
  3. Which counseling principle involves a problem-solving approach to help the bereaved with enhancement of mastery?
  4. The normal response of the attachment system to separation from a loved one both in adults and children is
  5. Clinical depression following a loss is an example of which type of complicated mourning?
  6. Socially negated losses lead to what Doka calls _______ grief, in which the mourner’s grief is not recognized or sanctioned by society.
  7. Which type of complicated grief often results in a physical symptom?
  8. Prigerson and colleagues identified two factors at work in complicated grief:
  9. The lack of social support at the time of the loss is a mediator frequently is associated with
  10. Visualization is used as a part of which counseling technique?
  11. The best way to help someone actualize a loss is to
  12. Exaggerated grief reactions can include all of the following EXCEPT
  13. Participation in a therapeutic group helps participants change the way they think about themselves and provides a sense of community and identity; therefore, it is an ideal modality for trauma survivors.
  14. Finding meaning in the death of a loved one is facilitated in which counseling principle?
  15. The general objectives of interactive psycho-educational groups are to inform participants about the impact of traumatic experiences and to assist group members to reorganize their thoughts and feelings after a trauma.
  16. The use of _______ allows the grieving person to focus on a graphic image that may symbolize his or her experience in a more acceptable and less painful way.
  17. Which of the following is NOT one of the needs group participants generally wish to meet through the group?
  18. Which clue to diagnosing complicated mourning is demonstrated by a patient who develops physical symptoms like those the deceased experienced before death?
  19. According to researchers at the Clark Institute, the main groups of predictors important in explaining adjustment to bereavement in widows include all of the following EXCEPT:
  20. Which type of complicated mourning is excessive in duration and never comes to a satisfactory conclusion?
  21. In 4-6 sentences, discuss how your understanding of group therapy’s impact on grief, trauma, and healing has changed because of the content in this module: week.
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