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Matching Quiz

Questions 1-4 match each of the following constructs with its appropriate definition.

Questions 5-8 match each of the following terms with its appropriate definition. Individuals use two types of appraisal when deciding whether an event is or is not a crisis.

Several different talk therapy models may be used in the aftermath of a crisis. Questions 9-13 match each model with its appropriate definition.

Questions 14-19 match each of the following constructs with its appropriate definition.

  1. Crisis
      a. Allostatic load; continuing autonomic arousal
      b. Manifestation of symptoms of post "traumatic stress disorder
      c. Exposure to an acute life-threatening event of short duration
      d. Bereavement in conjunction with a horrific event.
  2. Trauma
      a. Allostatic load; continuing autonomic arousal
      b. Manifestation of symptoms of post "traumatic stress disorder
      c. Exposure to an acute life-threatening event of short duration
      d. Bereavement in conjunction with a horrific event.
  3. Stress
      a. Allostatic load; continuing autonomic arousal
      b. Manifestation of symptoms of post "traumatic stress disorder
      c. Exposure to an acute life-threatening event of short duration
      d. Bereavement in conjunction with a horrific event.
  4. Moral argument
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Values-based frameworks (egalitarianism, utilitarianism etc) that advocate different approaches to the distribution of goods and services.
  5. Moral argument
      a. A set of beliefs that do not change in light of facts, evidence, or moral argument
      b. A process for evaluating two goods or the lesser of two evils
      c. The use of logical proof as an aspect of moral philosophy
      d. Traumatic Grief
  6. pre-crisis
      a. Basic crisis intervention
      b. Advanced Crisis intervention
      c. Applied crisis intervention
      d. Preparedness, prevention
  7. crisis
      a. Basic crisis intervention
      b. Advanced Crisis intervention
      c. Applied crisis intervention
      d. Preparedness, prevention
  8. post-crisis
      a. Basic crisis intervention
      b. Advanced Crisis intervention
      c. Applied crisis intervention
      d. Preparedness, prevention
  9. post-crisis
      a. Basic crisis intervention
      b. Advanced Crisis intervention
      c. Applied crisis intervention
      d. Preparedness, prevention
  10. Legitimate
      a. power resides in knowledge and skills
      b. power resides in the position not in the person
      c. power resides in the ability to make a social exchange
      d. power resides in the ability to bring consequences to bear
      e. power resides in social factors of such as influence; social, political, financial
  11. Brief cognitive therapy
      a. Provides basic resources lost in the crisis event.
      b. Provides individual counseling related to anxiety over being separated from a loved one. If untreated may result in depression.
      c. Brief (12 sessions); explores core beliefs and world views; the meaning assigned to the event; usually individual counseling
      d. Images and flashbacks trigger autonomic hyper-arousal; anxiety is related to fear and threat; if untreated can lead to PTSD
      e. Through in vivo or guided imagery, individual is exposed to the event in an effort to sever autonomic arousal from memory or visual cues to the event.
  12. CBT-Trauma; individual or group
      a. Provides basic resources lost in the crisis event.
      b. Provides individual counseling related to anxiety over being separated from a loved one. If untreated may result in depression.
      c. Brief (12 sessions); explores core beliefs and world views; the meaning assigned to the event; usually individual counseling
      d. Images and flashbacks trigger autonomic hyper-arousal; anxiety is related to fear and threat; if untreated can lead to PTSD
      e. Through in vivo or guided imagery, individual is exposed to the event in an effort to sever autonomic arousal from memory or visual cues to the event.
  13. Exposure therapy
      a. Provides basic resources lost in the crisis event.
      b. Provides individual counseling related to anxiety over being separated from a loved one. If untreated may result in depression.
      c. Brief (12 sessions); explores core beliefs and world views; the meaning assigned to the event; usually individual counseling
      d. Images and flashbacks trigger autonomic hyper-arousal; anxiety is related to fear and threat; if untreated can lead to PTSD
      e. Through in vivo or guided imagery, individual is exposed to the event in an effort to sever autonomic arousal from memory or visual cues to the event.
  14. Psychodynamic therapy related to complicated bereavement
      a. Provides basic resources lost in the crisis event.
      b. Provides individual counseling related to anxiety over being separated from a loved one. If untreated may result in depression.
      c. Brief (12 sessions); explores core beliefs and world views; the meaning assigned to the event; usually individual counseling
      d. Images and flashbacks trigger autonomic hyper-arousal; anxiety is related to fear and threat; if untreated can lead to PTSD
      e. Through in vivo or guided imagery, individual is exposed to the event in an effort to sever autonomic arousal from memory or visual cues to the event.
  15. Case management/advocacy
      a. Provides basic resources lost in the crisis event.
      b. Provides individual counseling related to anxiety over being separated from a loved one. If untreated may result in depression.
      c. Brief (12 sessions); explores core beliefs and world views; the meaning assigned to the event; usually individual counseling
      d. Images and flashbacks trigger autonomic hyper-arousal; anxiety is related to fear and threat; if untreated can lead to PTSD
      e. Through in vivo or guided imagery, individual is exposed to the event in an effort to sever autonomic arousal from memory or visual cues to the event.
  16. Secondary traumatization
      a. The result of caring for traumatized people or being exposed to high risk clients under stressful work condition overtime.
      b. Transformation of the worker"s inner self as a consequence of engagement with a traumatized client.
      c. The effect of loving or feeling responsible for someone who has been directly traumatized and therefore experiencing their symptoms
  17. Vicarious traumatization
      a. The result of caring for traumatized people or being exposed to high risk clients under stressful work condition overtime.
      b. Transformation of the worker"s inner self as a consequence of engagement with a traumatized client.
      c. The effect of loving or feeling responsible for someone who has been directly traumatized and therefore experiencing their symptoms
  18. Compassion fatigue
      a. The result of caring for traumatized people or being exposed to high risk clients under stressful work condition overtime.
      b. Transformation of the worker"s inner self as a consequence of engagement with a traumatized client.
      c. The effect of loving or feeling responsible for someone who has been directly traumatized and therefore experiencing their symptoms
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