Counseling - compend/final

  1. science of human behavior
  2. modern definition of psychology is that it is the study of human
  3. crying is..
    external response to an emotion
  4. "emovere," that Latin root of the word "emotion" means..
    to move out or stir up
  5. common name for a stong irrational fear that is difficult to eliminate
  6. form of behavior that illistrates "regression" by an adult
    throwing a temper tantrum
  7. usually the best way to meet out problems is to..
    attack them directly
  8. objectives of psychology
    • help ppl learn more effectively
    • make better adjustments to life situations
    • understand why ppl do the things they do

    (all of these)
  9. grief is best relieved by..
    expressing it outwardly by crying
  10. during grief a person may experience..
    • fear and depression
    • anger and resentment
    • weakness and loneliness

    (all of these)
  11. a realistic attitude toward death
    can best be developed in early childhood
  12. study of death
  13. John, age 5, began using "baby talk" and bedwetting after the birth of a baby brother. he was using what defense mechanism
  14. self concept factor that would not affect the ability of the funeral director to effectively communicate with his clientele
  15. in his service to the public, the funeral director must always be conscious of the basic__ which consistantly maintains and improves his ability to communicate with the community
  16. the two most important forms of communication may be referred to as..
    verbal and non-verbal
  17. least likely reaction following a SIDS death
  18. anticipatory grief allows..
    the grief work to be shortened
  19. NOT one of the normal reactions in Lindmann's symptomatology of normal grief
    no interruptions in patterns of conduct
  20. NOT a distinct role of the funeral service counselor in helping a bereaved family gain insight into problems and discovering ways of coping with problems
    the ultimate decisions of the funeral should be influenced by the funeral director
  21. NOT a desired interview technique during the funeral service arrangement conference
    none of these
  22. NOT an advantage of the directive counseling approach
    it encourages dependence by the bereaved
  23. Carl Rogers is most frequently associated with..
    non-directive counseling
  24. NOT an acceptable counseling principle applicable to funeral service
    insist the client gain a new perspective
  25. would argue that counseling is associated with good communication
    Carl Rogers
  26. document signed by persons who want to be allowed to die
    the Living Will
  27. type of self destruction in which a person has little or no group identification and is seen as a loner
    egoistic suicide
  28. __in its broadest sense includes the patient and family prior to the time of death, at the time of death of the patient and care of the family during the bereavement period
  29. third of Kubler-Ross' stages of dying
  30. common pattern of symptoms and reactions experienced by those who have lost relatives or friends through death
    grief syndrome
  31. normal somatic disturbance in grief
  32. event producing acute deprivation and loos due to death of one in whom emotional capital has been invested
  33. psychological needs of the bereaved family
    need emotional support
  34. purpose of the funeral rite
    to face confrontation with death
  35. another common name of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
    crib death
  36. overavtivity, acquisition of symptoms of the deceased, isolation from friends and family, and furious hostility toward a specific person are part of what theory
    delayed grief
  37. to assist in the understanding of the circumstances or situations the individual is experiencing, and to assist that person in the selection of an alternative adjustment if necessary is known as..
  38. NOT considered to be a characteristic of SIDS
    based on heredity
  39. act of causing death painlessly so as to end pain and suffering for an individual
  40. fourth stage of dying according to Kubler Ross
  41. state of estrangement an individual feels in social settings that are viewed as foreign, unpredictable or unacceptable is known as..
  42. grieving that occurs prior to the actual loss
    anticipatory grief
  43. state, condition, or event produced when we lose someone or something of value best describes..
  44. a need of the bereaved
    confirm reality
  45. a purpose of the funeral
    establish a socially acceptable climate for mourning
  46. final component of Attachment Theory states that..
    the greater the potential for loss, the more intense the reaction
  47. a "Task of Mourning" according to Worden
    adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing
  48. a somatic disturbance in grief
    tightness of chest
  49. a protective coping mechanism characterized by an inability to perceive external reality
  50. a conscious postponement of addressing anxieties and concerns
  51. second stage of death and dying according to Kubler-Ross
  52. formal or symbolic act or observance
  53. non-directive method of counseling which stresses the inherent worth of the client and the natural capacity for growth and health is called__counceling
  54. grief extending over long period of time without resolution
    complicated grief
  55. anytime someone helps someone else with a problem
  56. in grief the inability of the individual to adjust to life without the presence of the deceased, or a feeling of less significance in the world
  57. a relation of harmony, conformity, accord or affinity established in any human interaction
  58. the assumption of blame directed toward one's self by others
  59. an unseccussful attempt made by a person to end his own life
    suicidal gesture
  60. a more or less conscious postponement of addressing anxieties and concerns
  61. the type of counseling which takes place when the family is selecting the services and items of merchandise after a death has occurred
    at-need counseling
  62. blame directed toward one's self based on real or unreal conditions
  63. a style of counseling rather than a type of counseling
  64. example that explains how funeral service facilitates grief
    it provides the experience of pain in grief
  65. NOT an example of a type of after-care follow-up
    discussing an impending death at a pre-need conference
  66. Worden's second "Task of Mourning"
    to experiencce the pain in grief
  67. NOT a manifestation of normal grief
    extreme withdrawl
  68. NOT a determinant of grief
    income of the deceased
  69. type of complicated grief which is prolonged and is excessive in duration
    chronic grief
  70. type of grief which is suppressed and or postponed
    delayed grief
  71. age at which a child understands death as being both final and inevitable
    9 years and above
  72. type of grief reaction when the person experiences symptoms and behavior which causes them difficulty, but they do not see or recognize the fact that these are realated to the loss
    masked grief
  73. type of counseling involves sharing a body of special information with a counselee
  74. person-centered counseling also referred to as..
    client-centered counseling
  75. style of counseling that focuses of the counselor taking a live speaking role
  76. establishing a rapport with the client, appraising the client's problems, and accepting the client's attitudes and feelings are factors specifically associated with which style of counseling
  77. referred to as characteristics of the helping funeral director EXCEPT
    judgmental attitude
  78. according to client-centered counseling, the necessary quality of a counselor being in touch with reality and other's perception of one-self
  79. according to Worden, which are Tasks of Mourning
    • accept reality of loss and withdraw emotional energy from deceased
    • adjust to new environment and invest energy in new relationships

    (2 and 4)
  80. with regard to the American funeral rite, what does the funeral accomplish, at least in part
    • emphasized the finality of death and memorializes the loved one
    • gives the opportunity to express emotion and receive comfort
    • gives family closure and positive memories

    (1, 2, and 3)
  81. components of "Uniqueness of Grief"
    • how the bereaved perceives the loss and the bereaved's age
    • bereaved's preparation for loss and the bereaved's inner strengths and outer resources

    (1 and 4)
  82. in "Tasks of Mourning", what are two of the main components
    • accept the reality of the loss
    • experience the pain of grief

    (1 and 4)
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Counseling - compend/final