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Unspecified demand made on the body
Circumstance which a person finds difficulty in coping

Stress

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Failure of coping mechanisms
Can't get away

No flight

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Failure of coping mechanisms
Can't get control of situation

No fight

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Failure of coping mechanisms
Does not make sense; no meaning

Sense of Loss

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6 effects of stress

Mental distress
Physical complaints
Change in behavior
Relationship difficulties
Decreased performance
Spiritual strain

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Brain's response to stress
Exchange of information, hormone signaling, and nerve impulse travelling signal body for _____________

Fight or flight

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(Physiology) Stress Response: Hormone release
Adrenal glands react by secreting ______________
Makes heart pump faster and lungs work harder to flood body with oxygen

Epinephrine

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Too much epinephrine and norepinephrine causes

Damaged arteries
Weakened immune system
Loss of bone mass
Suppression of reproductive system
Memory problem
Trauma

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Response to response

Comfortable setting
Build up trust
Active listening
Probe for information
Provide comfort and support
Encourage self sufficiency
Assess the problem
Develop a plan of action
Follow-up

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Core values for helping

Acceptance
Non-judgmental approach
Confidentiality
Acceptance of expression of feelings
Acceptance of self determination and child participation
Valuing of individual differences

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Horowitz ideal course of recovery

Perceive the event correctly
Translate perceptions into clear meaning
Relate meaning to current belief, attitude
Revise memories, attitudes or belief system to fit new developmental line
Decide on appropriate action

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Interventions
Self awareness

Psychological intervention

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Interventions
Breathing exercises
Progressive muscle relaxation
Medidation

Relaxation exercises

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Traditional treatments
Religious or spiritual
Behavioral therapy

Remedial Action

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State of acute or extreme stress

Distress

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Leads to burnout

Secondary trauma

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From exposure to reality that is beyond ordinary comprehension and seem unbelievable

Secondary trauma

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From energy sapping stories

Secondary traumatic sress

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State of physical, emotional, mental exhaustion caused by long term involvement in emotionally demanding situation

Burnout

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Analogy
Physical:Tiredness::Emotional:__________

Depression

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Analogy
Physical:Tiredness::Mental:_________________

Disillusionment

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Stages of burnout

Honeymoon
Disillusionment
Brown-out
Frustration
Despair

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Aware but not taking action

Honeymoon

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Despite efforts, one is unable to cope or control things around

Disillusionment

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On and off, appear to function well but in escapist behavior, less productive

Brown-out

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Cynicism and detachment

Frustration

27

Clinical depression, pessimism and hopelessness

Despair

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An event or series of events that is experienced by an individual as physically or emotionally harmful or life threatening

Trauma

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Has lasting adverse effects on the individual's functioning and mental, physical, social, emotional or spiritual well-being

Trauma

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Results from listening to your patients' sapping stories

Secondary trauma

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Bouncing back
Ability to cope with stress and anxiety

Resiliency

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Characteristics of being a resilient

Safe
Capable
Lovable

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Inflated sense of importance related to work
Work is the center of identity

Grandiosity

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Process of change that happens because you care about people who have been hurt and you fell committed or responsible to help them

Vicarious trauma

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Profound emotional and physical erosion that takes place when helpers are unable to refuel and regenerate

Compassion fatigue