Long-Term Recovery in Acquired Brain Injury (Gillespie)
1. Of the 16 participants in this study, ____ identified the presence of a compassionate God with whom they felt intrinsically connected.
2. This study concluded that
a. JAMA emphasizes the need for physicians to address the spiritual needs of their patients.
b. only religious patients can benefit from a chaplain.
c. patients with acquired brain injury search for meaning during long-term recovery.
d. chaplains are not trained to help patients with symptoms of pain or difficulty accepting a diagnosis.
Efforts to Overcome Countertransference in Pastoral Counseling (Pedhu)
3. The _____ Model considers that ALL of a therapist's attitudes and feelings toward patients are countertransference.
4. Which was NOT a suggested way for pastoral counselors to manage their countertransference?
a. having empathy for a client's feelings and needs
b. possessing a healthy character and wholeness
c. anxiety management skills
d. disclosing all countertransference to a client.
Evidence-Based Spiritual Care in the Canadian Context: Twenty Years Later (Snider)
5. Sperry (2015) reinforced the metaphor of a three-legged stool to described evidence-based spiritually oriented psychotherapy. This metaphor did NOT specify
a. an active relationship to God
b. relevant research
c. clinical wisdom
d. patients' values and needs
6. Spiritual care
practitioners who believe in and experience the
mysterious and healing presence of the divine in their
work with clients argued that