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Questions:

1. What are the three types of dreams that can be experienced by sexually abused clients?
2. When clients have feelings of guilt and responsibility for the abuse, what is one technique to externalize these internalized self-blaming attitudes?
3. What is one step of the Positive Retrospection exercise?
4. What is one technique used with a sexually abused client who is in the grieving process?
5.In play therapy what is one interpretation of a client repeatedly assembling and reassembling the same object; changing game rules; and regressively drinking from a baby bottle?
6. What is an exercise you might consider using to facilitate your abused client to more clearly recognizing his or her family's attitudes?
7. What are the four key factors involved in false memory generation regarding sexual abuse?

Answers:

A. story telling
B. the "Other Family" exercise
C. discussion of family patterns of abuse
D. social demands; consideration of the source; integration of the false event with the client's own self-knowledge; and
repetition.
E. Write three words that describe how the client feels
about the abuse.
F. traumas, freedom, and resolution dreams
G. trying to undo what was done, decreasing feelings of helplessness; and returning to a safer more secure time

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Questions

8.What was an important piece of the subsequent therapeutic work with Tony?
9.According to Sepler, how do male victims experience their abuse from a different world view and self-view than do females?
10. In the survivor rationale, what is the basis for the statement that "the correct assignment of blame is pivotal?"
11. What will the result be for a survivor, experiencing an untreated traumatic neurosis, who avoids stimuli that provokes memories of her own abuse?
12. What does effective abuse-related therapy capitalize upon?
13.In leading the client to tell the thriver story, what two journeys does the therapist contrast?
14. In the four types of confrontation Duncan describes, what are the similarities?
15. Why do many survivors experience self-blame contrary to the belief that they believe they instigated the abuse or enjoyed the experience?
16. What can be the result of reframing?
17. Who is most likely to experience somatic complaints following sexual abuse?
18. What are some maladaptive or unhelpful beliefs and attribution as they are related to abusive events?

Answers

A. Crisis experienced by the male survivor related to the abuse 'may be unresponsive to, or further precipitated by, a
program model that assumes universality when it comes to sexual victimization'
B. Removing the avoidance patterns and other barriers
women have modeled to defend themselves against the fear of their memories and to keep the sexual abuse a secret.
C. The survivor is less likely to detect or attend to the
sexual abuse of her daughter.
D. Decisions for the confrontation come from a position of strength.
E. the positive effects of emotional release
F. boys
G. Because sexual abuse is always an act of domination, nothing the child victim did or did not do, before, during, orafter sexual contact, has any bearing on the question of responsibility.
H. one journey now nearly complete and another journey about to begin
I. grief work involving the loss of his mother, helping him
to realize that his mother had a problem and that he was not the problem Tony had been continuously re-traumatized by
his mothers appearances and disappearance
J. The survivor becomes self-blaming because he/she never told anyone of the abuse and therefore, did not stop it.
K. sense of guilt for their role in abuse; anger at parents for not knowing about abuse; feelings of powerlessness; sense that they are in some way “damaged goods”; fear that people will treat them differently because of abuse

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