CRIS 305 Quiz Posttraumatic Stress

CRIS 305 Quiz Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Spiritual Integration

  1. SUDS is a term identified with EMDR.
  2. Child abuse and rape victims experience PTSD very differently than other victims of PTSD.
  3. The Army’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program does not include a component to help families.
  4. Terr (1995) proposed a division of childhood trauma into two categories that she called Type I and Type II traumas. What is the difference?
  5. Which of the following is a common reaction to traumatic stress?
  6. EMDR should not be used with children because it is very intrusive and may reignite the trauma.
  7. The police, fire, and emergency services support group provide all but one of the following in their support groups?
  8. Gestalt techniques such as the “empty chair” can be used for PTSD clients to effectively:
  9. Affective State Dependent Retention is important to PTSD because it theorizes that:
  10. Flooding works well as a safe therapeutic intervention with children because it allows them to expunge intrusive thoughts.
  11. Children who suffer a traumatic experience are likely to have problems with “narrative coherence,” which is the ability to organize material into a beginning, middle, and end.
  12. Young children who suffer from PTSD are likely to:
  13. Structured Interviews such as the CAPS-1 are the best way of diagnosing PTSD if time is available to conduct the interview.
  14. Support groups are an important component for treating PTSD.
  15. All of the following were involved in the classification of PTSD as a diagnosable mental illness, except:
  16. “Railway spine” was a historical precursor of what is now known as PTSD.
  17. Treatment for PTSD can best be described as:
  18. Of the following phases of recovery in PTSD, which does not belong?
  19. There is a great deal of psychophysiological assessment evidence that indicates that stimulus presentation of sights, sounds, and smells associated with the long-past traumatic event in PTSD sufferers may cause:
  20. Moving beyond the trauma means survivors need to come to understand the negative aspects of PTSD and that the physiological responses they may have are common to the experience.
Add to Cart

has been added to your cart!

have been added to your cart!

  • Liberty University