Addictions Daily Question


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1.
At extremely high doses, what are the effects of alcohol?
 
       The excitatory synapses are suppressed, causing drowsiness, then sleep, then coma, and then death.
       Some changes in emotions and behaviors, some impairment of coordination, and impaired reaction time, a reduction of inhibition and judgment.
       The excitatory synapses are effected, causing drowsiness, then sleep, then coma.
       Dramatic changes in emotions and behaviors, impaired coordination, and impaired reaction time, a loss of inhibition and judgment.
 
2.
With Rational Emotive Therapy one of the basic assumptions is that therapy is a process of :
 
       Re indoctrination
       Reformation
       Reeducation
       Re socialization
 
3.
The purpose of protecting in the context of group counseling is:
 
       To warn members of possible errors in effective group participation and process
       To enlighten and warn members of possible risks in group participation and to reduce these psychological risks.
       To warn members of possible distractions to the groups effective participation
       To enlighten and warn members of possible risks in group participation and to reduce these risks.
 
4.
The basic Assumption of Person-Centered Therapy is that, in the context of a personal relationship with a ________therapist, the client experiences previously denied or distorted feelings and increases self-awareness.
 
       Caring and supportive
       Objective and intellectual
       Skilled and insightful
       Professionally trained
 
5.
The purpose of confidentiality is:
 
       Protect the treatment program
       Protect the public
       Protect the counselor
       Protect the client
 
6.
In the Gestalt Therapeutic System the five layers of neurotic ways of avoiding: the phony, the phobic, the impasse, the implosive, and the explosive is known as:
 
       Defense mechanisms
       Deflection
       Defensiveness
       Modes of defense
 
7.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, the process of increasing self-confidence used throughout therapy as a way to counter discouragement and to help people set realistic goals are known as:
 
       Encouragement
       Positive reinforcement
       positive feedback
       Stroking
 
8.
A 55 year old chronic alcoholic stops drinking cold turkey. He complains that he feels anxious, restless and irritable. He has trouble sleeping and says he cannot concentrate. He is probably experiencing:
 
       A prolonged hangover
       DT's
       An underlying personality disorder
       Withdrawal
 
9.
Reality therapy emphasizes discussing what clients are doing:
 
       Their core thinking and or feeling
       Their current thinking and or feeling
       Their current behavior-rather than what they are thinking or feeling
       Their past thinking and or feeling
 
10.
Summarizing is especially needed at:
 
       The end of a therapeutic relationship with a client
       The end of a Individual counseling session with a client
       The end of a conversation with a client
       The end of a group
 
11.
Neurotransmitters are:
 
       Brain chemicals
       Synapses
       Electrical subsystems
       Biochemicals
 
12.
Group participants have a right to expect a discussion of the _______ and responsibilities of group members
 
       Privileges
       Liberties
       Obligations
       Rights
 
13.
What category drug is Xanax ?
 
       Stimulant
       Hallucinogen
       Depressant
       Hypnotic
 
14.
A process of establishing knowledge, communication, relationship and harmony between parts of a whole which have been split apart or set in opposition to one another through polarization. This is a goal of the maturation process.
 
       Internalize
       Process
       Assimilate
       Integrate
 
15.
The founder of Rational Emotive Therapy was
 
       Albert Ellis
       Carl Jung
       B.F. Skinner
       William Glasser
 
16.
What percentage of individuals. with alcohol withdrawal experience alcohol withdrawal delirium (or delirium tremens, or the DTs).
 
       Less than 20%
       Less than 15%
       Less than 10%
       Less than 5%
 
17.
The Transactional Analysis therapeutic system tends to stress:
 
       Cognitive factors
       Behavioral factors
       Intellectual factors
       Emotional factors
 
18.
The wife of a man with a history of domestic violence, who uses alcohol, and yells at his kids seeks you out for help as an addictions counselor. The MOST appropriate referral in this case:
 
       Refer her to a women's shelter
       Refer her to the Salvation Army
       Refer her to the Red Cross
       Refer him to Anger Management classes
 
19.
This counseling technique is the skill of providing group members with encouragement and reinforcement, especially when they are disclosing personal information, when they are exploring painful feelings, and when they are taking risks. This counseling technique is known as:
 
       Therapeutic reinforcement
       Therapeutic Encouragement
       Supporting
       Therapeutic regard
 
20.
In dealing with addicted populations many issues and circumstances are identical, for example being in jail or being on probation or losing a wife through divorce. But beyond these similarities, there are many points where clients are unique. One of the most significant factor is:
 
       Cultural differences
       Age differences
       Gender differences
       Class differences
 
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