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Course Transcript Questions The answer to Question 1 is found in Track 1 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 2 is found in Track 2 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions:
1. What are the reasons a teenager may attempt or commit suicide?
2. What are the emotional reactions clients may experience following a teenager’s suicide?
3. What are the concepts regarding denial following a teenager’s suicide?
4. What are the types of bargaining survivors of a teenager’s suicide may use to cope with the trauma?
5. What are the concepts regarding responding to a loved one’s suicide which you may want to explain to a grieving client?
6. What the concepts may be implied by a client’s move from asking ‘why’ questions about a teenager’s suicide to asking ‘how’ questions?
7. What are the types of reactions the siblings of a teenager who commits suicide may exhibit?
Answers:
A. first wave, anger, guilt, shame, and anxiety.
B. long goodbye, scapegoating, and cutting off.
C. it often indicates that a client is ready to face the reality of his or her loss.  Asking ‘how’ questions may also express a client’s search for ways to put his or her life back together after the loss of a teenager to suicide.
D. To seek help, to escape from an impossible situation, to show how much they loved someone, to make things easier for others, to make people sorry, or a loss of control.
E. initial reaction, layers of insulation, benign denial, blame as denial, and conscious denial
F. responding is not the same as forgetting, responding takes time, painful feelings are normal, and mourning is essential.  We also discussed the programmed cry technique.
G.
feeling like secondary mourners, feeling like a substitute, rebellion, and parenting the parents.

Course Article Questions The answer to Question 8 is found in Section 8 of the Course Content. The Answer to Question 9 is found in Section 9 of the Course Content... and so on. Select correct answer from below. Place letter on the blank line before the corresponding question.

Questions:
8. After a completed suicide, what is one challenge for survivors?
9. According to Barlow, what are the benefits in talking with other suicide survivors?
10. What are the child needs that adults, who must care for children while grieving a suicidal death, find difficult to meet?
11. According to Handsley, what is one of the differences in how men and women grieve the loss of an adult child that affects marital discourse and intimacy?
12. What were the pathologic grief reactions experienced by therapists related to client suicide?
13. According to Peacock, what are the powerful emotions that suicide survivors may experience?
14. What are common triggers for suicide experienced by teen clients?
15. According to Welner, what is a parasuicide?
16. According to Sakinofsky, what do postsuicide bereavement reactions represent?
17. How is suicide bereavement different from other mourning following death?

Answers:
A.  melancholia, atonement, and narcissistic avoidance
B.  Breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend, arguing with a parent, divorce or death in the family, getting a failing grade, losing a competition, or getting blamed for something
C. Encouraging and modeling open mourning, providing accurate information about the suicidal nature of the death, and recognizing expressions of child grief
D. provide affirmation, validation, and a reduced sense of isolation
E.  Parasuicides are known as non-fatal gestures that appear suicidal, but are carried out to satisfy another motive.
F.  Men protect their vulnerability by staying `manly', internalizing their grief, effectively erecting a barrier to their wives' attempts to talk about the loss.
G.  an interaction between the circumstances of the event, the quality of the relationship between the suicide victim and the survivor, and the vulnerability or resilience of the survivor
H.  Shock, sorrow, guilt, anger, relief, depression, and suicidal urges
I.  to recreate their self-images at a time when their personal stability has been rocked.
J.  There is considerable evidence that survivors feel more isolated and stigmatized than other mourners, and may be viewed more negatively by others in their social network.

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Evaluation

Select a number below regarding your ability to accomplish the following objectives that have been covered by the Content presented in this Course; "1" meaning you cannot accomplish the objective, and "5" meaning you can.

1. Objectives for the Course
Course Content Manual Objectives:
Explain one challenge for survivors, after a completed suicide.
Explain common triggers for suicide experienced by teen clients.
Explain a parasuicide, according to Welner.
Explain what postsuicide bereavement reactions represent, according to Sakinofsky.
Explain three benefits in talking with other suicide survivors, according to Barlow.
Audio Content Objectives:
Explain six reasons a teenager may attempt or commit suicide.
Explain five emotional reactions clients may experience following a teenager’s suicide.
Explain five concepts regarding denial following a teenager’s suicide.
Explain three types of bargaining survivors of a teenager’s suicide may use to cope.
Explain four concepts regarding responding to a loved one’s suicide.
Explain two concepts regarding a client’s move from asking ‘why’ asking ‘how’ questions.
Explain four types of reactions the siblings of a teenager who commits suicide may exhibit.

For the remaining evaluation questions, rate the catagories below on a scale of 1-5; "1" is low, "5" is high.
2. Instruction and Content
Instruction and content presented was consistent with objectives above.
Content appropriate for level of profession advanced, intermediate, beginning, etc.
3. Teaching Methods
Audio tape, Course Content Manual, and Test were effective in presenting the information related to the above objectives.
4. Relevance
The information was relevant to the topic.
5. Facility
The location in which you completed the Course was effective?
6. General
I would recommend this Course to others.
7. Search Words If I were searching for continuing education on the web, what key search words would you use?

6 hours of CE are granted for this Course: "The Course took me 6 hours to complete which included playing the CDs, reading the articles, cognitive processing time, and writing the Personal Reflection Journaling activities.

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