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Grief: Treating Life Trauma Issues & Death
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Section 32
Appendix: Client Reproducible Worksheets

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The "Moving Beyond Guilty Feelings" Technique - Review CD Track 1 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to decrease guilty feelings.
1. Identify as many guilty feelings as you can.
2. Analyze the guilty feelings you identified.
3. Dispute the guilty feelings you identified.
4. Replace the guilty feelings with new, positive feelings.

The "Relationship Inventory" Technique
Review CD Track 2 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to increase awareness of supportive relationships.
1. Recognize and explore your pre-trauma relationships.
2. Recognize and explore your relationships during the trauma.
3. Recognize and explore your post-trauma relationships.

The "Does Your Trauma Show?" Technique
Review CD Track 3 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to overcome feelings of isolation.
1. Visualize a social situation.
2. Identify your feelings and behaviors.
3. Identify which of your feelings and behaviors are related to your trauma.
4. Write a journal entry regarding which aspects of yourself you dislike, which aspects others dislike, and what you are afraid to let others see.

The "New Perspective" Technique
Review CD Track 4 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to regain a positive self-image.
1. Explain and analyze your current perspective on your life.
2. Identify what things and people in your life are important.
3. Dispute negative beliefs about your life.
4. Identify positive aspects of yourself. Use these to rebuild your self-image.

Dealing with Secondary Wounding Experiences
Review CD Track 5 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to identify and heal secondary wounds.
1. Identify your secondary wounding experiences.
2. Identify each of your emotional responses to each secondary wounding experience.
3. Consider the effects of your secondary wounding experiences.
4. Forgive those who hurt you through your secondary wounding experiences.

Healing Self-Statements
Review CD Track 6 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to write healing self-statements.
1. Consider your grief in a neutral way without any self-blaming.
2. Identify your needs and what you want out of life.
3. Identify your strengths.
4. Using the information from the previous steps, write a healing self-statement.  The healing self-statement should include a non-self blaming statement, a description of your strengths, and a description of how you want to live your life.

The "Managing Triggers" Technique
Review CD Track 7 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to overcome physiological aspects of grief and to manage triggers.
1. Relax using a deep breathing technique.
2. Visualize your internal or external trigger(s).
3. Stop the visualization if you get upset.  You can continue after relaxing again.
4. Repeat the exercise until you can feel comfortable visualizing a number of manifestations of your trigger.

 The "Internal Shouting" Technique
Review CD Track 8 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to overcome intolerance.
1. Choose a short phrase, such as "Stop it!" or "That’s enough!" to use to respond to your feelings of intolerance.
2. Shout the chosen phrase internally whenever you notice yourself feeling intolerant.
3. Reward yourself each time you avoid displaying intolerance.

The "Living Dead" Technique
Review CD Track 9 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to overcome guilt and understand ongoing relationships with deceased loved ones.
1. Write about the life and death of your lost loved one.
2. Write about how that loss affects you.
3. Write a letter to the deceased loved one.

The "Partial Involvement" Technique
Review CD Track 10 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to avoid becoming overwhelmed in social situations.
1. Limit the time of your involvement at social functions.
2. Structure activities to meet your needs.
3. Have a reason to discontinue overwhelming social activities if necessary.

Eight Ways to Cultivate an Appreciation of Nature
Review CD Track 13 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to feel more comfortable spending time alone.
1. Walk, rather than drive, whenever possible. 
2. Stay alert to the changing panorama of the trees. 
3. Learn to recognize shrubs and flowers. 
4. Invest in a bird feeder and a bird book. 
5. Keep a pair of binoculars near a window. 
6. Make watching nature a part of your daily routine. 
7. Take vacations away form the city.
8. Share nature with others.

Six Ways to Cultivate Solitude
Review CD Track 13 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to find time to be alone.
1. Avoid television.
2. Drive with the radio off in your car.
3. Un-clutter your calendar.
4. Plan time to be alone.
5. Go places and do things alone.
6. End the day in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Web Construct
Review CD Track 14 for more information on this technique.
Client reviews and utilizes the following procedures to understand grief and reconstruct his or her life.
1. Begin a simple journaling exercise to externalizeCEU Continuing Education for
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and identify your emotions.
2. Create a web from the relationship between each emotion.
3. Identify the emotion which is central to your web.
4. Use your web to understand and control your emotions.
5. Replace negative emotions with positive ones as you free yourself from grief and reconstruct your life.

 
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