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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.

1. What is a traumatic memory?
2. What are the Self-Care Action tools your client facing a natural disaster trauma can use to regulate their agitation while dealing with a natural disaster crisis?
3. What are the techniques for reframing and redirecting a client who has experienced a natural disaster?
4. What is the first step for your client when they are visiting the site of their trauma?
5. What are the points that your client can use to talk to their child or children after facing a traumatic natural disaster to help them process the trauma?
6. What are the tips your client facing trauma from a natural disaster can use to share their experience with a loved one?
7. When a client experiences a natural disaster, what are the upsides or positives that can result from their self-blame?
8. What the things does your client shift their focus on in the Describing and Tracking Sensation Exercise?
his/her safety object and his/her body.
B. Plan your visit out ahead. Ask yourself what you want out of the visit. What problems do you have with the site? If you find yourself avoiding the site, ask yourself why.
C. Events have meaning and are not random; The world is okay; Illusion of control; Avoid the trauma; Future Precautions; and Feel safe..
D. a vivid image that is like a photograph rather than a movie because it stands on its own
E. Sharing in steps; Basic Information; Share feelings; Share Reactions; Affect on relationship; Efforts to get better; and Asking for feedback.
F. Focus, Self-talk/ Other talk, Imagery/ Expectations, Breath, Relaxation, Direction, and Activity.
G. Find a private space for the discussion; Stay Calm; Be honest with yourself; Speak at the child’s level; Read between the lines; Validate the child’s feelings; Listen well; Show that you believe the child; Dispelling fault; Exploring fears; Providing information; Walking through the process; Exploring resources
H. Turns problems into preferences; Rephrases what the client does not want to what they do want; Reorients from the past to the future; Focuses on the presence of something instead of the absence of something else; and Encourages your client to focus on small steps rather than big changes. .

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