1. In order for a parent to create a secure relationship with their child, they both need to learn how to regulate.

    True False

  2. It is through the expression, processing, and understanding of the Grief that we calm the stress and lessen behavior.

    True False

  3. Parents need stress management tools to stay regulated only once a day.

    True False

  4. The seven non-verbal cues are eye contact, facial expressions, tone of voice, posture, hand gestures, timing and intensity of response.

    True False

  5. Observe, watch and listen is a tool to assess a child's level of intensity and fear.

    True False

  6. Mapping behaviors in a journal is important for understanding a child's 'hysterical' moments in the present are due to 'historical' experiences from their past.

    True False

  7. Some children are aggressive with parents because they believe the parent is abandoning them.

    True False

  8. The brain always returns to the way a traumatic experience was handled the last time.

    True False

  9. Toxic stress develops from repeated traumatic experiences where there is no caregiver present to debrief, process, and regulate with and for the child.

    True False

  10. Research shows that pervasive shame prevents the development of guilt.

    True False