Vicarious Trauma – Strategies for Resilience Test 1. Vicarious impact for helpers working with trauma is generally believed to be:*a. Rare.b. Inevitable.c. Only after long periods in this field.d. A myth.2. Working with others’ trauma has the potential to provide healing for both the client and helper.*TrueFalse3. The core ingredient that puts a helper at risk for vicarious trauma is their use of:*a. Open questions.b. Advice-giving.c. Closed questions.d. Empathy.4. Vicarious trauma involves a depletion of one’s capacity to care.*TrueFalse5. The kind of impact from one’s work that results from too much demand for the resources one has available is called:*a. Burnout.b. Secondary stress.c. Compassion fatigue.d. Vicarious trauma.6. Building awareness for vicarious trauma should be focused on individual factors only.*TrueFalse7. The second step of turning off one’s inner alarm can only be done once the client’s alarm is turned off.*TrueFalse8. The step of proactively attending to one’s levels of safety, power and control includes:*a. Establishing safety protocols in the workplace.b. Learning to give up power.c. Building safety internally and externally.d. Spending less time paying attention to oneself and attending more to others.9. The involvement of peers and colleagues in building a culture of “We care” promotes resilience.*TrueFalse10. Vicarious resilience is built with intentional:*a. Boundaries, limit setting and rules for how often clients can contact you.b. Self-compassion and other compassion, gratitude and acceptance.c. Planning of time off and using sick time when needed.d. Avoidance of too much contact with complex trauma.I require certification from the following association:*ASWBNBCC This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.