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are forms of dissociation a sexually abused child may experience?
What are secondary consequences
of sexual abuse?
experiences similar to a flashback, often surface during sex and are experienced
by survivors of physical sexual abuse?
If your client is experiencing panic
attacks, body objectification, chronic fatigue and minor illnesses, what are three
techniques you might consider utilizing?
What types of information might be used
in the Family Motto exercise with your client who is a survivor of childhood sexual
can be used to facilitate the "Dialoguing with Your Body" exercise?
upon the client's belief system, frame of reference, and life history what are
two visualizations you might use to facilitate releasing painful emotions?
are skills that de-escalate a volatile session?
What is the term used to describe a
client's projecting two dramatically different perceptions of the therapist?
working with your survivor of childhood sexual trauma, what are ways of modeling
an appropriate anger response?
are steps one might use to prepare for a guided visualization?
What is the common concept in the narrow
and broad definitions of countertransference?
What is one technique you might use
to assist the client in exposing the wound and re-experiencing the trauma?
are techniques you could use to help your client externalize pain?
A. body memories
B. a Comfort list, "A
view through the eyes of others"
exercise and "I feel
D. color visualization and electrical
E. lower the lights, sit comfortably
F. 1) narrow
range of emotions, 2) emotional flooding,
3) emotional numbing, 4) shortened
attention span, 5) confused thinking
G. listening respectfully and responding
H. 1) going numb, 2) switching off, 3) splitting off
J. "leaning into", responding with empathy,
taking a one-
K. sayings, advice, philosophies, cursing,
sayings, or warnings.
L. My reaction to the client's issues
as related to me not the client.
M. a focus statement
drawing or writing "unmailed" letters