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Psych QIV

Grief Counseling Quizzes

blame directed at another anger
strong emotion with reactions like alarm, dread, and disquiet fear
emotion characterized by sudden and extreme fear panic
defense mechanism when a person is unable or refuses to see things as they are because they are threatening denial
blocking threatening material from our consciousness repression
a conscious postponement of addressing anxieties that concern us suppression
blame directed at ourselves shame
bodily reaction to sudden violent or upsetting experience shock
a state of tension with symptoms: rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath/an emotion characterized by a vague fear or premonition that something bad will happen anxiety
a characteristic way of responding with stress coping
medical doctor who can prescribe psychiatrist
MA/PhD in psychology, performs psychiatric testing psychologist
trained in counseling and uncovering deeper levels of unconscious pyschotherapist
all different professional persons who provide counseling in their line of work counselor
type of counseling which provides information and education/sharing specific information with those you counsel informational
type of counseling: helping the person address their current feelings/situation-you hear the person's story and offer guidance based on their current issues situational
type of counseling: helping someone by exploring present feelings in their relationship to past feelings psychotherapy
style: telling the client what to do directive
style: letting the client determine for themselves what to do non-directive
style: Carl Rogers, built on the belief that the client has strength and capabilities to solve their own problems person-centered
nonverbal communication: SOLER square/straight on, open posture, lean in/toward, eye contact, relax
five stages of grieving according to Elizabeth Kubler-Ross 1) Denial, 2) Anger, 3) Bargaining, 4) Depression, 5) Acceptance
four tasks of mourning according to John Worden 1) accept the reality of the loss, 2) work through the pain of grief, 3) adjust to an environment without the deceased, 4) emotionally relocate the deceased and move on
grief counseling may be ____ when educating hospice patients, or younger people pre-need
grief counseling may be ____ when making funeral arrangements at-need
follow-up calls and any postponed grief may be examples of _____ grief counseling after-care
Created by: amyziolkowski
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