Grief and Coaching Modules Test
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Certification as a Master Grief Coach refers to the confirmation of competent skills by online testing and oral assessment. Proficient knowledge of the “Understanding Grief and Healing” and “Master Grief Coaching” training modules are required for certification. The test excludes the business action planning module because some being certified will not have their own Master Grief Coaching business. 

Thoroughly study the grief and coaching modules, forms, and resources before taking the online Grief and Coaching Modules Test. You can reference the modules when taking the untimed test, but if you close out of the test without completing it, your answers will not be saved. There are 58 questions. You will receive your results immediately.

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Sometimes a coach needs to mandate to a client what they need to do. *
1 point
It is not good to ever guarantee anything like saying “you will heal.” The results of anything a client does to improve their life are subjective and the decision about improvements is up to the client. *
1 point
Which of the following is not a personal attributes placing a person at risk for developing compassion fatigue? *
1 point
Which of the following is best to do if you do not know the answer to a client's reasonable grief question? *
1 point
A good grief coach can convince anybody to participate in coaching. *
0 points
Avoid technical terminology because you may not realize that the client you are speaking with does not readily understand the definitions to some words that are very familiar to you. *
1 point
If a coach has a strong religious or spiritual belief, they should try to convince a griever to consider this information. *
1 point
Which of the following are ways to make connections with clients? *
1 point
Leadership is how a person influences others to accomplish a goal. It does not only apply to leading other employees. Certified Master Grief Coaches influence clients, colleagues, and representatives of the companies where services are provided. *
1 point
A grief coach should always be professional, except when someone else is not being professional themselves. *
1 point
A grief coach heals those who are not able to heal themselves. *
1 point
Grief coaching for children is exactly the same as grief coaching for adults in every way. *
1 point
The term “Master” in “Master Grief Coach,” means the coach understands grief expert knowledge, is skilled in supporting clients to reach personal goals, and has specialized insight from working primarily with grieving clients. *
1 point
Loss and grief are part of the human experience. Unfortunately, they are rarely a part of graduate training in the helping professions. *
1 point
Grief may be experienced after any change, not just after death. *
1 point
Which of the following is not included in mindfulness? *
1 point
An expert is a person with extensive knowledge or ability based on research, experience, or occupation in a particular area of study. *
1 point
A grief coach focuses on supporting people who are grieving to achieve their goals in a way that best works for them. *
1 point
Counselors have college education which always includes classes about grief. *
1 point
Which of the following statements is false? *
1 point
Children do best when they are told the truth about loss only when they become an adult. *
1 point
Usually, when someone grieving feels guilty about something they did or did not do before their love one died, is not guilt with intent to harm, it is wishing something had been different. *
1 point
When bearing witness to someone's pain, a grief coach immediately shares their similar experiences. *
1 point
The best way to support someone grieving is to listen. *
1 point
Which of the following does not describe the subconscious mind? *
1 point
When the conscious mind is not being used, the unconscious mind immediately takes over. *
1 point
The subconscious mind can't be influenced after a profound event like a birth or a death. *
1 point
Those not understanding we are more a product of our thoughts rather than our genes can give up trying to change their lives because they do not think it is possible because of their genes. *
1 point
Which of the following is possible to realize the importance of after loss? *
1 point
A depressed mood is a normal temporary reaction to life events such as grieving the death of a loved one. *
1 point
When we forgive, we also forget the offense. *
1 point
Using mindfulness to manage the connection between thought, emotion, and the body may help a griever be resilient. *
1 point
When we repeatedly think a specific thought, it becomes a belief. *
1 point
The brain reacts more strongly to stimuli it deems positive. *
1 point
If you do not consciously choose your thoughts, your subconscious mind will immediately take over and produce your programmed thoughts. *
1 point
The technique to accomplish this involves mindfully and repetitively identifying unconstructive thoughts and quickly moving your focus to a new thought, which works even better if an action is involved. *
1 point
True inspiration happens in a calm decisive inner voice that guides you. *
1 point
When releasing emotion, it is aso helpful to express your judgments about a person or situation. *
1 point
Which of the following is not a way to disengage from old negative thought programs and make new ones you want. *
1 point
Experiences that remind us of past similar events can trigger related emotions that may be similar in intensity as when they originally occurred, especially if they were never voiced. *
1 point
When we have a long-term negative thought loop, once we release the emotions involved, that negative thought loop will immediately stop. *
1 point
There is not enough information to scientifically prove that the mind always affects the body. *
1 point
Resilient grievers are often already thriving in many areas of their life including health, relationships, finances, and optimism or constructive thinking, which has a positive impact on emotions. *
1 point
Some grief experts feel grief should be studied scientifically, and others feel wisdom from grief can’t be quantified and is far more valuable. *
1 point
Grief experts agree that specific processes must be completed, or the person grieving will suffer more. *
1 point
Some grief experts believe prescribing counseling to someone grieving who would have healed anyway may be more harmful than helpful because they interfere with the natural grieving process. *
1 point
There is some confusion over the phrases, “you will not get over the loss of a loved one” and “you will grieve forever” because the phrases were never meant to imply a person could not heal from grief and live fully again *
1 point
All grief experts have the same suggestions for how to heal after loss. *
1 point
It is important for a grief coach to understand before and after death information in case anything is brought up by a client. *
1 point
Prioritizing life goals means working on all of them a little at a time at the same time. *
1 point
Implementing a life action plan strategically means implementing the easiest goals first. *
1 point
Being productive does not mean obsessively working. When you are organized and productive, you can work through your goal tasks at a reasonable pace. *
1 point
Getting clear with yourself about the mysteries of life is important because otherwise you may spend precious energy consumed with these thoughts rather than focusing that energy on your desires. *
1 point
Critical tasks should be avoided when they are too time consuming. *
1 point
Financial planning is important because any level of concern about your finances can cause mental and physical stress. *
1 point
When you are enjoying yourself and having fun, feel-good chemicals are released in your body just like when you are thinking constructive thoughts. *
1 point
Having a purpose, especially when it includes helping others, may be the greatest way to find happiness in your life. *
1 point
Which of the following is not an important reason for going after your dreams, no matter how small or significant? *
1 point
Grieving individuals may find it helpful to use mind and body techniques to support their healing. *
1 point
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