A Home Within At Home Series

 

Understanding Foster Care and Therapeutic Interventions

 

Jeanette Yoffe, MFT

 

2 CE Credits

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Select all that apply: Trauma is an event that
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Drug Induced Trauma refers to
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Select all that apply: Which of the following are other factors of trauma?
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True or False: The effects of trauma always occur immediately after the trauma event.
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Select all that apply: Trauma can affect a child’s
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True or False: Sensory reminders such as smells, tastes, or sounds can trigger a stress response in a child who has experienced trauma.
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Select all that apply: For infants and toddlers, trauma may lead to
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Early school age children who have undergone trauma often
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Select all that apply: Pre-adolescents (age 10-12) who have experienced trauma often experience body issues, which could include
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Attachment Loss may refer to
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Grief reactions can include
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A traumatized child could perceive themselves as
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According to a recent Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) study, ____% of children who are abused will develop disorganized attachment.
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True or False: “Triggers” refer to memories and sensations which transport the child back to the traumatic event.
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“Regulation” means that the child feels
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Select all that apply: A therapist can create emotional safety for a foster child by
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Which of the following IS NOT a possible resiliency factor for a child?
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True or False: It is not a good idea to explain the beginning, middle, and end of the therapy session to the child who is receiving therapy.
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Select all that apply: Some helpful embodied methods that Jeanette suggests may help children engage their bodies include
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Parallel play