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Course Transcript Questions The Answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question. Do not add any spaces.

Questions:

1. What is one insight you might provide a client who feels “I’m unlovable” and creates the life-trap of Giving-In?
2. What are the steps of depersonalization?
3. When using Ellis’ RET with an oppositional client which stage of the ABCs and a D could easily result in alienating your client?
4. What are the tiers in the three tiered method of constructing an affirmation?
5. What question can be asked to help your client explore the meta-message communicated?
6. What are the power imbalance questions?
7. What are the metaphors to assist your clients who feel they are unlovable?
8. What are the four R’s of Regaining Self-Esteem?
9. What are the emotions that result from going through the four R’s of Regaining Self-Esteem?
10. What is a key concept in dealing with your client who has experienced physical abuse?
11. What are the possible results or signifiers of a verbally abusive relationship?

Answers:

a. What was the result or effect of your communication?
b. Fear, guilt, anger, and going crazy.
c. awareness of internal feelings vs. external referencing
d. Loss of Emotional Autonomy and Disintegration of Self-Image.
e. Impersonal content based, personal content based and visualizations.
f. Cake-and-Icing; Cherry-on-top-of-the-Sundae
g. Objectifying the situation, describing feelings, verbalizing self-talk, and visualizing future outcomes.
h. Taking back or reclaiming their needs, which have been obscured.
i. Meta-messages; cause and effect logic; feelings of responsibility; and symbiosis vs. independence in relationships.
j. Stage D: Disputing irrational beliefs.
k. Reminding, rediscovering, reclaiming, and re-energizing.

Course Article Questions The Answer to Question 12 is found in Section 12 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions

12. What are the three characteristics that comprise the “hanging judge syndrome?”
13. What is the result of a state of psychological constriction or tunneling for your suicidal client?
14. What are the three componets of adolesent and adult shyness?
15. According to Johnson what is it thatmost bulimic patients experience?
16. What are five major areas of intervention in the treatment of self-esteem?
17. What are four questions used to create an “I Am Worth It!” Road Map for your client?
Answers
a. Is this mater important to me? Are my thoughts and feeling appropraite, given the facts? Is the situation modifiable in ways that will reduce my negative feelings and/or thoughts? When I balance the needs of myself and others, is taking action worth it?
b. Somatic anxiety , cognitive , and behavioral
c. Self-hatred, injustice, and lack of compassion for oneself.
d. Reflection to your patient of your observations; linking personal histories; creating and practicing new thoughts; exploring positive self care; praticing movement base activities.
e. 1- Life sustaining responsibilities toward loved ones are discarded. 2- Ties to the past are turned off. 3- A state of mental bankrupcy is declared. 4- Memories no longer save them.
f. Subjective internal splits

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