Vicarious Trauma and the Interpreter
Please choose the best answer for each question. You will need at least 70% of correct answers to receive your certificate.
Which of the following stressors is NOT mentioned by the presenter?
Loss of family members to cancer.
Purchasing a home.
A friend being murdered.
How did the presenter initially feel when the doctor prescribed him antidepressants?
How long did the presenter take the medication that the doctor prescribed?
He did not take the medication
Why did the presenter start to learn about body language?
For artistic reasons.
Because it is very important for interpreters.
To find out how to identify someone depressed, negative or toxic.
Because he wanted to learn sign language.
How many interpreters participated in the documentary that the presenter created?
According to the speaker, what happens when we, as interpreters, use the first person?
We become better professionals.
We become the carrier of a person's problem.
We can better empathize with the patient.
What does the presenter say on the matter of invisibility?
Interpreters should always show their emotions.
The interpreter should get personally involved.
The interpreter must always be invisible.
It is a matter of opinion.
What does the presenter say about the matter of confidentiality?
We must keep the appointment confidential, no matter how we feel.
It is always best to keep things to ourselves.
Sharing your experience does not necessarily violate HIPAA or confidentiality.
We should share as many details as possible, including personal information.
What does the presenter say about exercising?
Your energy level will go up when you exercise.
It's all about looking good.
It is only effective if you are on the right diet.
You must go to a gym, even if you don't enjoy it.
What advice does the presenter NOT include in his list?
Explore your spirituality.
Ask for the right medications for you.
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