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Questions:
1. What are the three levels of victimization?
2. What are three challenges in helping clients recall their emotions during the trauma?
3. What are three levels of grieving losses?
4. What are the five steps in the "Percentage of Responsibility" Technique?
5. What are three exercises to help clients gain a feeling of empowerment?
6. What are three steps in the "Accentuating the Positive" Technique?
Answers:
A. The five steps are, 1, verbalize the details of the event in the first person; 2, ask yourself: what percentage of the event are you responsible for?; 3, ask yourself: who else shared responsibility?; 4, recalculate responsibility so that the total is 100 percent, and accurately focus on what you did and did not do; and 5, describe how much you have suffered for the responsibility you have assigned yourself.
B. Grieving specific losses; grieving the realization of powerlessness; and grieving mortality.
C. Taking Inventory, Refinding Yourself, and Accentuating the Positive. 
D . Resistant clients; risks; and unresolved grief and anger.
E.
Three steps are, 1, develop a list of ten positive statements about yourself that are meaningful, realistic, and true; 2, write these ten statements on a piece of paper; and 3, find a place to relax for fifteen to twenty minutes and meditate upon each statement and the evidences for their accuracy.
F. Shattered assumptions; secondary wounding; and victim thinking.

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