Test for Grief presentation--Dale Wisely
Name as you want it on your certificate.
Degree (for certificate)
In the developmental model of grief, the middle grief period is
Which of these is the “crisis” in the Later Grieving stage?
a. Connection vs. Isolation
b. Security vs. Insecurity
c. Meaning vs. Meaningless
d. Get busy living vs. get busy dying
Which is one of Rando’s six Rs of the mourning process?
d. Roll with it
Which of these did the presenter state is the indispensable need of those who grieve?
a. To be heard with acceptance
b. To have their irrational thinking challenged
c. To help them get their emotions in check
d. To be provided a timeframe for getting over their loss
5. A grieving person says “I have a son who died.” This is an example of
b. Minimizing the loss
c. Reconstructing a living bond with the deceased
d. All of the above
Which of the following is a complication of bereavement following sudden, violent death?
a. Lack of time to prepare for the loss
b. Difficulty accepting the reality of the death
c. Difficulty finding meaning in the death
e. All of the above
Which of the following was presented as a clinical problem associated with traumatic bereavement?
b. Adjustment disorder
c. Panic disorder
Which of the following was NOT discussed as a treatment consideration for traumatic bereavement?
a. Building resources
b. Processing the traumatic death
c. Discouraging direct experience of painful emotions
d. Facilitating mourning
A therapist says to a grieving patient, “Let’s talk about the evidence that you are responsible for what happened to your daughter.” This is an example of…
a. Challenging distressing automatic thoughts
b. Going with guilt
c. Inappropriate confrontation
10. In the presentation, we said that grief is an inevitable experience when we…
c. Experience guilt
d. None of the above
Which of the following is NOT mentioned in the Gire article as a shortcoming of stage or phase theories? T
They imply fairly rigid and inevitable sequences of experience.
They presume an end-point of grieving.
They emphasize "tasks" that are accomplished at various points in the grieving process.
According to the Gire article, which of these would NOT tend to help us distinguish between complicated bereavement and depression?
Preoccupation with the deceased
Anger, detachment from others, disbelief about the death
Difficulty with sleep, appetite, and sad mood.
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