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Course Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 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.


1. What are the reasons women commit suicide at a rate of one fourth less than men?
2. What feeling does the "unnamed difference" cause in boys?
3. What is a description of the Imaginary Stranger process defining a son's relationship with his father?
4. How may your client exhibit counterdependence?
5. A feelings list and story retelling are two interventions that can facilitate what "growth point" in your client?
6. Your male client might benefit by reviewing three ways they can express their feelings. What are they?
7. What is a good follow-up for the Fishbowl Technique?
8. How can narcissistic depressed male clients hide their insecurities?
9. What are the techniques for fighting fairly?
10. What are the techniques to help your client become less defensive and lower his anger?
11. What are the "ABC's and a D" of Rational Emotive Therapy?
12. What does an Anger Diary help a client see about his rage?
13. What is the purpose of "Systematic Desensitization?"
14. What are the battering Payoffs?


A. 1) What they do know about their fathers is many times false. 2) They see their fathers as hyper-independent. 3) self-confident and emotion-free.
B. behaving so as to prove the absence of any dependence
C. 1) the time-out technique, 2) the power technique, 3) the "I Was Wrong" technique, 4) the counting technique, 5) the letting go technique
D. trust, emotional disclosure, and understanding
E. Activating experience, Beliefs, emotional Consequences
and Dispute the belief
F. a feeling of inadequacy as compared to the perceived pervasive power of their father
G. the "Claiming Strengths" and "Question" techniques
H. 1) They are more likely to consider the consequences of suicide on family members or others. 2) Women more often seek help long before they reach the point of considering
I. to decrease the intensity of a client's anger by teaching him to be more relaxed in anger-provoking situations
J. a pretense of arrogance and hyperindependence.
K. Self-empathy
L. how often and how intense his anger incidents are
M. verbal sharing, bodily manifestations, and outburst
N. He gets his way, feels powerful, gets to be right, has the final say, doesn't have to ask twice, and gets to make all of the decisions.

Course Article Questions The answer to Question 15 is found in Section 15 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 16 is found in Section 16 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.


15. According to Balletto, what is the most effective means of guiding male clients away from the ledge of self-annihilation?
16. What did the statistical verification for the theory that certain individuals are more likely to have accidents than the average person ultimately show?
17. What are examples of reflective thinking about clinical work with the Suicidal patient/client?
18. Following a death by suicide, family members may be eager to connect with treating professionals who worked with their loved one. What is a complex issue of communicating with a client’s surviving family?
19. What were the the basic steps the world health organization proposed for the prevention of suicide?
20. What are the the basic types of suicide?
21. How does a suicidal threat differ from an ideation?
22. How can you assess your client's capacity to endure psychological pain which is more likely to result in suicide?
23. According to Shneidman, suicide is "pushed by" what?
24. What does the following indicate regarding what a potentially suicidal client may be saying: inability to control suicidal impulses, who discloses a specific and imminent plan, or who cannot promise to avoid self-destructive behavior?
25. How was the child's guilt related to his parents suicide readily visible illustrating feelings so intense the superego was distorted?
26. In telephone emergencies, according to Hipple, at what are all of the counselor's energies aimed?
27. In a disturbed symbiotic relationship, what does the development of uniqueness or individuality in a key member open?


A. a penchant for constriction and dichotomous thinking, a tendency to throw in the towel, for earlier paradigms of escape and egression
B. building the relationship and sense of rapport
C. to address the child who was denied the freedom of expressing, of possessing, the full range of emotions
D. Chance plays a small part in accidents
E. "I need someone to protect me from myself"
F. If nothing will be helpful in this person’s view except dying, how will that help?; What is the goal/function of the suicide wish; What would be alternative ways to get what is needed?; How can I help this person to get even a little bit more of what he/she wants other than by suicide?; and Looking at the pattern, what is one small concrete change that would make a difference? (e.g., a contact, a comfort, a new skill, a supervisory arrangement?).
G. Suicidal ideation and intention (acute) are symptomatic of illness, despair, or disequilibrium. Threats are
interpersonal acts meant, consciously or unconsciously, to manipulate someone.
H. Suicidal fantasies and acts are efforts to escape or put a stop to the pain that flows through the mind.
I. up the threat of separation and must therefore be opposed or "corrected."
J. 1) gun possession control 2) detoxification of domestic gas 3) detoxification of car emission 4) control of toxic substance availability 5) and toning down reports in the
K. overt in open, even insistent statements of guilt and self-recrimination, or prominent in a wide variety of pathological forms including depression, masochistic character formations, guilt-laden obsessive ideation,character structures based on rebellion against an externalized superego, rampant self-destructiveness, and reaction-formated suffocating passivity, inhibition, undoing, and ultra-goodness
L. 1) altruistic, the person acts as if he had no choice, inflicting death is honorable; 2) egoistic, when the individual has too few ties to his community; 3) anomic, when the relationship between individual and society is suddenly disrupted or shattered
M. Clinicians must achieve the right balance between responding honestly and empathetically, while at the same time being mindful of legal and ethical issues (including patient confidentiality), and simultaneously managing their own grief.

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