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Psychologist Post-Test

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1. What are three ways to identify how trauma can affect a client?
2. What are three ways that a client might re-experience trauma?
3. What are three types of adaptation reactions to trauma?
4. What are three manifestations of depression in conjunction with PTSD?
5. What are three ways for a client to better understand his or her emotions?
6. What are three destructive behaviors that clients use in answer to survivor guilt?
7. What are the three levels of victimization?
Sleep disturbances; flashbacks; and emotional recall.
B. Emotional numbing, trigger avoidance, and hypervigilance.
C. Behavioral depression; learned helplessness; repressed anger; and loss and grief.
D. Analyzing the extent of the trauma; anger; and guilt.  
E. Feeling awareness; differentiate between thoughts vs. feelings; and writing out the trauma.
F. Shattered assumptions; secondary wounding; and victim thinking.
G. Self-mutilation, substance addiction, and eating disorders.

8. What three disorders might be confused with "complex" post-traumatic stress disorder?
9. What does Herman mean by the "dialectic of trauma"?
10. How does Yalom define an "adaptive spiral"?
11. What is the main purpose of a Trigger Chart?
12. According to Matsakis, what are two possible outcomes of a client’s near-death or "out-of-body" experience?
13. What treatment showed superior outcomes in recovery and improvement rates compared to control conditions for CA-related PTSD or Complex PTSD?
A.  Group acceptance increases each member’s self-esteem, and each member in turn becomes more accepting toward others.
B. The two contradictory responses of intrusion and constriction in response to an experience of overwhelming danger.
C. 1. Your client may experience a spiritual revelation that brings them great peace, 2. they might experience mental, emotional, or spiritual confusion.
D.  Somatization disorder, borderline personality disorder, and multiple personality disorder.
E. The main purpose of a Trigger chart is to help your client work towards change and control by understanding and anticipating when they might be triggered.
F. active treatment, predominantly cognitive behavioral treatments

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