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Disenfranchised Trauma: The Impact on Indirect Victims

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1.  All of the following words define disenfranchised trauma except:
  1. Unsupported
  2. Unreported
  3. Unacknowledged
  4. Unrecognized
2.  Siblings of abuse victims have been referred to as all of the following except:
  1. Secondary victims
  2. Invisible victims
  3. Partial victims
  4. Indirect victims
3.  A secondary victim is someone who experiences the feelings and impact of trauma:
  1. without directly experiencing the trauma itself
  2. by directly experiencing the trauma itself
  3. by talking about the trauma
  4. without talking about the trauma
4.  Protective factors are characteristics associated with a lower likelihood of ___________________ or that reduce a risk factor’s impact.
  1. positive outcomes
  2. increased outcomes
  3. lower outcomes
  4. negative outcomes
5.  All of the following are traits of resilient people except:
  1. Focus on what they can control
  2. Are empathic
  3. Think positively
  4. Blame other people
6.  The single most important factor of the therapeutic relationship is:
  1. building a positive rapport with the client
  2. the intervention or theory used
  3. the number of visits
  4. the diagnosis given by the clinician
7.  A strength-based approach focuses on
  1. deficits
  2. the inherent strengths of individuals
  3. how strong a person feels they are
  4. do not include environmental strengths
8.  Trauma-informed care involves the 3 E’s. Which is the correct order?
  1. Effect, Experience, Event
  2. Experience, Effect, Event
  3. Event, Effect, Experience
  4. Event, Experience, Effect
9.  Which system includes family, friends, and peers?
  1. Person-in-environment
  2. Microsystem
  3. Mesosystem
  4. Macrosystem
10.  Where does the greatest impact and change occur for individuals who are not the direct victims of sexual assault?
  1. Person-in-environment
  2. Microsystem
  3. Mesosystem
  4. Macrosystem