Practice Sampler Exam

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1.
The purpose of Feedback in group counseling is:
 
       To provide an external subjective view of how the person appears to others and to increase the client's self-awareness.
       To provide an external objective view of how the person appears to others and to increase the client's self-awareness.
       To provide an internal objective view of how the person appears to others and to increase the client's self-awareness.
       To provide an external intuitive view of how the person appears to others and to increase the client's self-awareness.
 
2.
At extremely high doses, what are the effects of alcohol?
 
       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.
       The excitatory synapses are suppressed, causing drowsiness, then sleep, then coma, and then death.
       Dramatic changes in emotions and behaviors, impaired coordination, and impaired reaction time, a loss of inhibition and judgment.
 
3.
In this therapeutic counseling system the goal of therapy is to make the unconscious conscious. To reconstruct the basic personality. To assist and enable a client in reliving earlier experiences and work through repressed conflicts. Intellectual awareness and insight. What is his therapeutic system known as?
 
       Rational Emotive Therapy
       Behavioral Therapy
       Jungian Therapy
       Psychoanalytic Therapy (Psychoanalysis)
 
4.
The process of denying, avoiding, or refusing to acknowledge or show feelings. If this has become habit, you may have "forgotten" what the stuffed feeling was, and may need feedback to help identify it. Stuffed feelings can be very painful and are not under control. Acknowledged feelings are tools for living a full life.
 
       Stuffing
       Avoidance
       Denial
       Deflection
 
5.
If in the course of working as an addictions counselor you have a client who has threatened a specific person and the threat seems imminent and serious, ethically you must:
 
       Discharge your duty to have the client arrested.
       Discharge your duty to dissuade the client from doing anything crazy.
       Discharge your duty to call the authorities.
       Discharge your duty to warn.
 
6.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, Adlerians are primarily concerned with challenging the clients _________________!
 
       fundamental feelings and life goals.
       fundamental memories and life goals.
       Fundamental premises and life goals.
       fundamental beliefs and life goals.
 
7.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, some of the most significant developers are:
 
       Rudolf Dreikurs and Don Dinkmeyer.
       Ludwig Binswanger, Medard Boss, and Viktor Franki
       Dostoevski, Kierkegaard,
       Carl Jung, Sartre, and Buber
 
8.
Psilocybin is known on the street be the name:
 
       Shrooms
       Smack
       Windowpane
       Magic Mushroom
 
9.
All of these are substance induced mental disorders as identified by the DSM IV TR except:
 
       Substance induced cognitive impairment
       Substance induced psychosis
       Substance induced Amnestic
       Substance induced delirium
 
10.
The focus of AA meetings are on:
 
       Asking the group for help in overcoming addiction
       Asking God, and a sponsor for help in overcoming addiction
       Asking God, a sponsor and the group for help in overcoming addiction
       Asking God for help in overcoming addiction
 
11.
During the transition stage of the development of the group, a key issues is:
 
       Stress and fear
       Apathy and absenteeism
       Hope and confidence
       Anxiety and defensiveness
 
12.
The purpose of "supporting" by the counselor is to:
 
       To create an atmosphere that suggests that the members continue desired behaviors; to provide objective feedback when clients are facing difficult struggles; to create trust.
       To create an atmosphere that encourages members to continue desired behaviors; to provide help when clients are facing difficult struggles; to create trust.
       To create an atmosphere that requires members to continue desired behaviors; to provide guidance when clients are facing difficult struggles; to create trust.
       To create an atmosphere that enables members to continue desired behaviors; to provide help when clients are facing difficult struggles; to create trust.
 
13.
In Freudian psychoanalysis free association means:
 
       Censored and uninhibited flow of words produced by the client that gives clues regarding the unconscious
       Censored and inhibited flow of ideas produced by the client that gives clues regarding unconscious conflicts
       Uncensored and uninhibited flow of ideas produced by the client that gives clues regarding unconscious conflicts
       Uncensored and uninhibited flow of profane thoughts produced by the client that gives clues regarding unconscious conflicts
 
14.
When drug use is studied on a regional basis the facts show that the majority of drugs are distributed in what area of the country?
 
       Urban
       Suburban
       Inner City
       Rural
 
15.
Those who seek to be professional group leaders must be willing to examine both their ethical standards and their level of:
 
       Knowledge
       Ability
       Competence
       Skill
 
16.
Progress notes should always be produced:
 
       As needed
       When something of significance occurs
       Weekly
       Following contact and interaction with the client
 
17.
Person-centered therapy was originally developed in the late 1940s as a reaction against:
 
       Psychoanalytic therapy
       Jungian therapy
       Adlerian therapy
       Skinnerian therapy
 
18.
The purpose of protecting in the context of group counseling is:
 
       To enlighten and warn members of possible risks in group participation and to reduce these risks.
       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
 
19.
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 5%
       Less than 10%
 
20.
This counseling technique is an extension of active listening. It involves responding to confusing and unclear aspects of a message by focusing on underlying issues and helping the person to identify and sort out conflicting feelings. This is:
 
       Differentiating
       Resolving
       Clarifying
       Elaborating
 
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