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Ethically Treating PTSD Resulting from Terrorism & Other Traumas
Ethically Treating PTSD Resulting from Terrorism and other Traumas

Psychologist Post-Test
Psychologist CEs, Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, MFT CEUs | PTSD

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1. What behaviors are closely related to the counterphobic mechanisms?
2. What is part of post-traumatic stress disorder that is related to depression?
3. What are assumptions about ourselves that we as a nation have been forced to reconsider?
4. What are the crucial elements of transference to the captor for individuals held hostage by criminal terrorists?
5. What could be the result of disturbing pathological transferences while the victim is still held hostage?
6. The hostages perceive negotiations, especially extended ones, as evidence of indifference, hostility, and rejection, so that the very people who are negotiating for their release seem to be what?
7. What produces a pseudo-rational state whereby the hostage responded unquestioningly to any command?
8. What variables enter into determining whether transference between hostage and captors will take place?
9. The Code of Ethics states that we must show acceptance and be non-judgmental. What are three self-awareness questions?

A. Only reactivates the victim’s terror and could produce a hopelessness that might result in panic behavior.
B. A “pervasive sense of doom.”
C. Those that are usually described as reaction formation and identification with the aggressor.
D. Fear and helplessness.
E. Personally invulnerable; the world is orderly and meaningful; we are a good and strong people.
F. Unloving and life-threatening.
G. Traumatic psychological infantilism and pathological transference.
H. (1) Try to determine the perspectives of PTSD clients with whom you communicate on a regular basis. (2) Can you identify perspectives that are the same? Perspectives that are different? (3) Can you identify barriers to your communication due to the PTSD client’s perspective?
I. (1) the length of time the hostage and captors are confined; (2) the quality of the interaction - were the hostages well treated?; (3) the existence of predetermined racial or ethnic hostilities between hostage and captor; (4) the predisposition on the part of some hostages to seek out and relate to their captors.

10. When a client’s condition indicates that there is a clear and imminent danger to the client or others, the certified counselor must do what?
11. What four major symptom categories are same for PTSD as for STSD?
12. PTSD victims of terrorism and other traumas may have problems with trust. What is a question you might have the client use for “checking out reality?”
13. What is an example of Personal Growth Funnel?
14. What are the phases of the Stockholm Syndrome?
15. How can a hostage lessen the aggression of a captor?
16. How can the Stockholm Syndrome be fostered?

A. Is there someone whose opinion I respect with whom I can check my perceptions and who can help me sort out the information I do have about this person?
B. Positive feelings of the hostages toward their captors, negative feelings of the hostages toward the police or other government authorities, and reciprocation of the positive feelings by the captors.
C. To inform potential victims and/or inform responsible authorities.
D. Negotiate with the captors by asking to allow the hostage to talk on the telephone, by asking the captors to check on the health of the hostages, or by discussing with the captors the family responsibilities of the hostages.
E. Stressor, reexperiencing trauma event, avoidance/numbing of reminders, persistent arousal.
F. By building empathy while maintaining dignity.
G. When we are closest to having what we want, our greatest fears and self-doubts emerge.

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