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Question 1 of 10
Phase 2 of the CCAT program discusses learnings and evaluation of the project. Which of the following statement is not a valid evaluation?Correct
CCAT addresses that any break in the early bonding cycle will devastate the attachment of the family members.
Question 2 of 10
What is “A life appreciation day”?Correct
It is an organized meeting of all significant people to contribute to the life storybook of the child.
Question 3 of 10
In the case of Donna, a hardworking mother who undergone playwork and received therapeutic support but failed to gain custody of her son and eventually place for adoption. What could be the reason for her unsuccessful therapy?Correct
It was acknowledged that the unsuccessful case of Donna was due to her unhealed damaged childhood.
Question 4 of 10
Among the families that carried out the CCAT program’s life story work, only Edwards’ was indifferent and can be considered incomplete. What is the reason for Edward’s incomplete life story work?Correct
Edward excludes remembrance from his birth parents on doing his life story book.
Question 5 of 10
How CCAT works as a therapeutic assessment?Correct
CCAT as a therapeutic assessment deals with treatments as prescribed based on assessments and review of family behaviors.
Question 6 of 10
In the case of Frankie, a child which parents cannot control by rules and limitations. What was the cause of his behavior?Correct
The problem of Frankie is home-based, where his parents do not follow rules of their own.
Question 7 of 10
Molly was an adoptive child of initially stable and rewarding foster parents. She was rational and eloquent but conflicted about staying or not with foster parents or birth parents. The CCAT group intervened but found out they can no longer pursue family work because her foster parents are no longer interested. What is the cause of Molly’s behavior?Correct
The lack of interest of Molly’s foster parents to work on the CCAT program is due to collapsing marriage.
Question 8 of 10
The family G adopted Christy as their way of scapegoating from being a malfunction. What makes their family commits scapegoating?Correct
Helping Christy was used to cover the family’s unresolved issues towards their own daughter.
Question 9 of 10
In the case of family M, a married couple who adopted two baby boys and later on showed unruly behaviors at home. Mrs. M had experienced dreadful moments with her conflicting older brothers, while Mr. M leaves and returns home late, making him no time for boys bonding. How would you describe the commotion inside the home of family M?Correct
The couple was mild-mannered whose unable to take charge in governing their home with an impulse of authority.
Question 10 of 10
In the case of Leonie, she had shown through play work the way to take care of her brother, while Daisy had protected her siblings from violent birth parents even after they were fostered. What could be the learning about attachment from the case of Leonie and Daisy?Correct
The case of Leonie and Daisy are siblings who took part in the role of providing care and protection of their siblings.