Art, Objects, and Beautiful Stories (Smith)
1. Highlighting how objects can assist in storytelling, Steve discussed a
particular peer relationship in more intimate details when he started
talking about his _____.
a. antique automobile.
b. favorite movie.
c. boxing gloves.
d. hunting rifle.
2. Which is NOT true about using art or objects to promote storytelling?
a. It requires a
lot of training to do it effectively.
b. Most places that would limit access to art (hospitals and prisons) do
allow certain objects (photographs and books).
c. Objects can help someone talk after losing a loved one.
caregivers already know how to use art and objects to tell stories. They
just need to be more intentional in doing so.
Emotional Sequelae of
Elective Abortion (Whitney)
3. Leon argues that a woman who loses her unborn child through abortion
grieves in the same way as a mother who loses her young baby. How is their
a. Both think of the memories and interactions they will never have with
b. Both lack professional and familial support in their grief.
c. Both have to deal with sudden, unexpected loss.
d. All of
4. Which is NOT true about women
who experience shame and guilt after elective abortions?
a. They receive a lot of support from pro-abortion advocates.
b. They receive little support from anti-abortion advocates who were
against their choice in the first place.
c. They are not validated by the American Psychiatric Association, who finds
no clinical evidence for "post abortion syndrome."
d. Pastoral care-givers can provide forgiveness and a "spiritual holding
place" for these women to talk about their guilt, sorrow, anger, and
Contemplative Listening: Facilitating Internal Dialog (Evers)
5. In contemplative listening, the auditor does all of the following EXCEPT
a. uses metaphors to summarize the client's center or self.
b. allows the client to choose the topics for discussion.
c. offers support to the client.
d. gives guidance as to what the client should do next.
Contemplative Listening in Moral Issues (de Groot)
6. A pregnant mother, who was deciding whether to have an abortion or not,
said, "I realize that I have always wanted to have children.." She was
speaking from which perspective?
Which best describes the intervention skill of "Reflection"?
a. The auditor smiles at the client
and says nothing.
auditor tells the client a story of his or her own.
c. The auditor repeats or summarizes what has just been said, using the
client's own words.
d. The auditor tells the client how practical their thinking is.
8. An auditor who uses small verbal and non-verbal encouragements to help
the client continue with her story is using the technique called
Spiritual Care Provision in Ireland (Timmins)
9. In addition to prayer, religious services, and sacramental duties,
chaplain activities include supporting hospital staff and families,
emotional support of patients, therapeutic presence for patients, visiting
patients, listening and advocacy, bereavement care, and supporting patients
and family during ethical decision-making. These essential spiritual
services are threatened by
a. the increasing opposition from secular and non-faith groups, such as the
Humanist Association of Ireland.
b. the questioning of paying chaplains with public funds.
c. the difficulty for chaplains to measure and document their effectiveness.
d. all of the above.
Chaplains receive the highest number of referrals from
c. other patients.