CRIS 607 Quiz 3

CRIS 607 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Effective treatment tends to address
  2. ______________ involves facilitating confrontation of feared objects, situations, images, and things that are associated with the traumatic event
  3. According to Dr. Jenkins, most people will not recover from traumatic events without professional assistance.
  4. According to Dr. Jenkins, having a focus on screening and assessment is crucial for effective treatment in people facing difficulties with PTSD.
  5. Beikirch felt a fearful, helpless feeling in the hospital because he realized that he had no power in the day of death.
  6. A hallmark indicator of trauma is that one’s worldview is kept intact
  7. Because Gary loved Lolly so much, the effect of PTSD did not cause a strain on their early marriage.
  8. Exposure can be imaginative, since PTSD events can be so vivid and bright that they can actually block out regular visual processing.
  9. Which of the following is not true of Sergeant Gary Beikirch’s experiences in the Vietnam War?
  10. _______________ involves working with the modification of maladaptive thoughts, beliefs, and assumptions.
  11. An example of re-experiencing is
  12. According to Gary and Lolly Beikirch, having a ministry of presence is important when helping others who are suffering from trauma.
  13. Which type of medication can be addictive, according to Dr. Lyles?
  14. What was the biggest contributing factor to Lolly’s healing process of secondary trauma?
  15. What did Beikirch consider to be his worst battle moment?
  16. What was an example of a symptom of PTSD that Beikirch experienced?
  17. According to Gary Beikirch, what is “getting better”?
  18. Which of the following verses does Lolly emphasize as having helped her tremendously in dealing with the difficult situation of watching her husband struggle with the effects of PTSD?
  19. Medication for the purpose of forgetting is very beneficial and always recommended for the treatment of PTSD symptoms.
  20. According to Dr. Jenkins, this method is not considered a domain.

Set 2

  1. ______________ involves facilitating confrontation of feared objects, situations, images, and things that are associated with the traumatic event
  2. Effective treatment tends to address
  3. Which of the following is not true of Sergeant Gary Beikirch’s experiences in the Vietnam War?
  4. According to Gary Beikirch, what is “getting better”?
  5. According to Dr. Jenkins, having a focus on screening and assessment is crucial for effective treatment in people facing difficulties with PTSD.
  6. Exposure can be imaginative, since PTSD events can be so vivid and bright that they can actually block out regular visual processing.
  7. A hallmark indicator of trauma is that one’s worldview is kept intact
  8. _______________ involves working with the modification of maladaptive thoughts, beliefs, and assumptions.
  9. Beikirch felt a fearful, helpless feeling in the hospital because he realized that he had no power in the day of death.
  10. Which of the following verses does Lolly emphasize as having helped her tremendously in dealing with the difficult situation of watching her husband struggle with the effects of PTSD?
  11. An example of re-experiencing is
  12. According to Gary and Lolly Beikirch, having a ministry of presence is important when helping others who are suffering from trauma.
  13. What was the biggest contributing factor to Lolly’s healing process of secondary trauma?
  14. Medication for the purpose of forgetting is very beneficial and always recommended for the treatment of PTSD symptoms.
  15. What was an example of a symptom of PTSD that Beikirch experienced?
  16. Which type of medication can be addictive, according to Dr. Lyles?
  17. According to Dr. Jenkins, this method is not considered a domain.
  18. According to Dr. Jenkins, most people will not recover from traumatic events without professional assistance.
  19. What did Beikirch consider to be his worst battle moment?
  20. Because Gary loved Lolly so much, the effect of PTSD did not cause a strain on their early marriage.
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