ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Supporting Children During COVID-19 Test 1. A tolerable stress response is:*a. Maladaptiveb. Buffered by caring and responsive relationshipsc. Healthy and transientd. Stored in the body, causing long-term damage2. Symptoms of stress in young children (0-5) can include all of the following EXCEPT:*a. Sleep disruptionsb. Increased emotional sensitivityc. Increased bids for proximityd. Difficulty focusing and sustaining attention3. As discussed in the webinar, resilience can be defined as the positive adaptation to adverse circumstances such as trauma, tragedy, or significant sources of stress.*a. Trueb. False4. When prioritizing physical health, three areas to focus on are:*a. Consistent movement, mindful eating, restful sleepb. Consistent movement, filling meals, restful sleepc. Scheduled exercise, filling meals, restful sleepd. Scheduled exercise, mindful eating, early bedtimes5. Emotional health as discussed in the webinar can include all of the following EXCEPT:*a. Creating and sticking to routinesb. Modelling healthy emotional expressionc. Creating a sense of normalcy in the midst of changed. Protecting children from anxiety provoking conversations6. One example of addressing children’s thinking mistakes or cognitive distortions is:*a. Reprimanding and redirectingb. Reassurance and connectionc. Looking at the evidence/reality checkingd. Ignoring the behavior7. When talking about COVID-19 with children, it is important to AVOID:*a. Letting them have unlimited access to media/newsb. Asking them their understanding of the situationc. Being curious about where they get their information fromd. Sharing age-appropriate information8. As discussed in the webinar, experiencing futility and having tears is a red flag that children are not coping well.*a. Trueb. False9. Grief during COVID-19 might be further complicated due to all the following factors EXCEPT:*a. Not being able to say goodbyeb. Not being able to participate in rituals or ceremoniesc. Not being able to share stories about loved onesd. Not being able to visit the bereaved10. Current best practices for co-occurring disorders indicates that concurrent treatment for both mental health and substance abuse is essential for good outcomes. Why?*a. Compare yourself to other parents to see what you need to work onb. Connect with your support network and people who nurture youc. Ensure that your children have access to you at all timesd. Only engage in self-care after your children’s needs have been metI require certification from the following association:*ASWBNBCC This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.