Welcome to your Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist-A (CCTSA) Trauma and Addiction (2020)

What happens when people are stuck in disregulation or the sympathetic system?

We want to find ways that when we work with individuals, were not _______________ but we are lifting them up and encouraging them.

The Anterior Cingulate of the Cortex is really the body’s _________________ .
When the hot system is activated, __________________.

There are considerations to think about when working with people who are not only experiencing trauma but helping them ____________________.

Why is it still important for those who are independently certified, to consult with people and to have a system of friends or professionals?
Which of the following is not a therapist factor?
What do you typically see when talking about irritable behavior or angry outbursts?
Out of the following, what best encourages the healing process from pain, stress, and fear?
When can we think outside the box?
What kind of thinking, from a scientific purpose, has the potential to help a person regulate their body?
When someone is in fight or flight mode, what might you see?
ACE’s sometimes referred to as toxic stress or ________________.
What creates Stability?
Which of the following are you only able to do if you are relaxed?
What opportunity happens when someone lapses?
People with ____ ACEs, 1 in 16 smokes.
From what perspective do you talk about dealing with addiction?
Which of the following can be altered by toxic stress caused by the ACE’s?
When you make comments like, “I really want to hear what you have to say to me”, it lets that person know _______________.
Since addiction short circuits part of the brain, what does your memory look at?
When is it important to use the Subjective Units of Distress Scale (SUDS)?
Which of the following does clinically managed not mean?
Which of the following best describes when Vicarious Trauma happens?
When we regulate our body as the first step, what are we doing?
How would you see a person as precontemplative?
Which of the following is NOT one of SAMHSA’s Four R’s of Trauma-Informed Care?
What are the three R’s?
____________________ is the body’s reaction to Sympathetic System dominance that has occurred continuously or repeatedly creating change in the Central Nervous System.
The ____________________ is the most primitive portion of the brain, focusing on survival.
Which of the following illnesses do people with 4 ACEs not have an increased risk for?
When a person has little self evaluation or insight, it should tell us that the _______________.

How the ASAM works is, one dimension indicates whether a person needs residential treatment, which dimensions are these?

Which of the following behaviors is not a biological behavior in the sympathetic system?
What is someone who is in determination or preparation doing/saying?
A relaxed body cannot be ______________.
What can Vicarious Trauma also result in?
Which of the following best describes the ACC?
Behavioral symptoms result from the over-use of the ________________ response system coupled with the body’s effort to heal.
What happens when our Anterior Cingulate of the Cortex becomes activated?

All those 3 therapist factors are important in terms of ____________.

As a trauma sensitive and informed organization, staff, and the people they serve must feel physically, emotionally, and psychologically __________________.
Where is Moral awareness located?
Out of the following, what can addiction eventually lead to?
What happens as we become increasingly dysregulated?
The last Antibody is _________.
Why is the ACEs study so important?
What does OAR stand for?
It is estimated that nearly ____________ Arizona children have more than five ACEs.

Which of the following is a sure way to create distrust with a client?

The ability to develop and maintain relationships, is talked about in which system?
Which of the following is essential for understanding trauma?

Which of the following would be an intrusion symptom?

Which of the following best describes OAR?
Instead of validating clients, ______________________.
According to SAMHSA, one of the Four R’s of an agency practicing trauma-informed care is that a program organization, or system ______________ the widespread impact of trauma and understand potential paths for recovery.
Practicing Trauma-Informed Care validates the humanity of the individual and recognizes behaviors as symptoms of ______________________.
Which of the following is a therapist risk of Vicarious Trauma?
Those who are caught in contemplation, ask themselves which question?
When we calm our environments, we have greater success at __________________.
Which of the following is NOT an example of Trauma Informed Care?
What is someone in the sympathetic system, not be able to see?

It is okay for people to have cravings, what is even more important is __________________.

Which of the following best describes why it is important to develop a tolerance for pain?
When we talk about perceptual maturation, what does it require?
Which of the following best defines Duality of Awareness?
Out of the Four Essential Interventions, which one is the most important?
When people are sympathetically charged, everything from the diaphragm up is ________________ and everything from the diaphragm below is ______________.
Your Relevancy System only pays attention to _________________ .
Which of the following best describes what happens when you try to put additional demands on someone?
Which of the following best describes what happens when people have experienced the input of cortisol and adrenaline?
It is important that we continue to build ________________ in terms of learning.
Which of the following best describes precontemplation?
When someone has an active addiction it is neither ___________ or ______________ .
How many more times are you likely to be an alcoholic with 3 ACEs, opposed to having no ACEs.
What two things do we look at, when talking about ACEs?
Which of the following best describes what Mitigating creates?
From the 1990s to 2013, there has been almost _______ people who have died from overdoses nationally.
The purpose of the ____________________ is to maintain homeostasis and balance in the body.
Which of the following would you not see if someone has spent their life primarily in their sympathetic nervous system?

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