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Psychological First Aid | Modules 7 Quiz Answer

Psychological First Aid  Modules 7 Quiz Answer

Psychological First Aid

Modules 7 Quiz Answer

In this article i am gone to share Coursera Course Psychological First Aid Week 5 Modules 7 Quiz Answer with you..

Week- 4

Modules 5 & 6 Quiz

Question 1)

In the FOLLOW-UP, George states, “Gina, it sounds like there have been some real ups and downs over the last few days.” This technique is:

  • A reframe
  • Distraction
  • A paraphrase
  • None of these options

Question 2)

In the FOLLOW-UP, George states, “But, as you look back what do you think the worst part of this whole ordeal has been, so far? This techniques is:

  • Paraphrase
  • Psychotherapeutic interpretation
  • An effort to help Gina identify a pivotal moment contributing to her distress
  • None of these options

Question 3)

In the FOLLOW-UP, George states, “Are you saying what’s making this so painful is the fear that you will lose the memories of the people you loved?” This technique is:

  • Delay
  • Distraction
  • Reframe
  • None of these options

Question 4)

In the FOLLOW-UP, George states, “Gina, I know the thought of losing those memories is frightening, and I think you should keep searching for those cherished items, but have you thought that the memories of those you love are not in those items? They are in your mind and in your heart. And no storm can ever take them away.” This technique is:

  • Delay
  • Reframe
  • Distraction
  • None of these options

Question 5)

After your intervention, if the person seems more capable of taking care of themselves and/or capable of discharging their responsibilities, then your intervention phase:

  • Has ended.
  • Has failed.
  • Should be repeated.
  • None of these options.

Question 6)

It is then recommended that you follow-up with the person at some point deemed most appropriate. Sometimes a second follow-up may be useful. However, if a third follow-up seems indicated it’s probably time to:

  • Do a suicide assessment.
  • Repeat the entire intervention phase.
  • Facilitate access to another level of care.
  • None of these options.

Question 7)

If after TRIAGE and INTERVENTION, the survivor requires further support, you should consider

  • Serving as an advocate
  • Acting as a liaison
  • Attempt to instill hope
  • All of these options

Question 8)

Interventionist “burnout” refers to

  • The hotel burning down
  • Mental and physical exhaustion
  • The interventionist experiencing PTSD
  • All of these options

Question 9)

Burnout consists of all BUT the following:

  • Cynicism
  • Tachycardia
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Procrastination


Question 10)

“Compassion fatigue” refers to

  • Battle fatigue
  • Burnout
  • Vicarious PTSD-like reactions
  • Transference