Addictions Daily Question


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1.
The client has been doing well in TX for about a month. But now he is concerned about his feelings and he has been complaining about aches and pains he did not notice when he was using. The counselor should:
 
       Make a referral for medical attention
       Refer the client to another counselor
       Ignore the complaints and press on with the TX plan goals
       Encourage the client to focus on recovery and not to dwell on his feelings at this early stage of recovery
 
2.
In group settings there are three basic leadership styles. These are:
 
       Dictatorial Democratic, and Laissez-faire
       Authoritarian, Democratic and Egocentric
       Authoritarian, Democratic, and Laissez-faire
       Democratic, Egalitarian and Laissez-faire
 
3.
The use of PCP has not been thoroughly researched, but it is thought that the long term effects are:
 
       Brain damage and toxic psychosis
       Kidney damage
       Wernicke - Korsakoff's Syndrome
       Liver damage
 
4.
In general, stimulants force:
 
       The release of energy chemicals (particularly adrenaline), increase electrical activity in the brain, and artificially stimulate the reward/pleasure center.
       The release of heart damaging enzymes
       The release of Serotonin
       The release of Alpha Blockers
 
5.
This process describes to the client the nature and goals of the program. The rules governing client conduct and infractions that can lead to disciplinary action or discharge from the program; the hours during which services provided and are available. The costs of the program if the client is a self pay, and, the client' s rights. This is:
 
       Intake
       Assessment
       Orientation
       Staffing
 
6.
Rational Emotive Therapy's goal is to eliminate any self-defeating practice of living and embrace a __________ and _________ philosophy.
 
       Rational and tolerant
       Intellectual and contented
       Cognitive and assertive
       Emotional and passive
 
7.
In addictions counseling, one comes to the field of addictions with certain beliefs, opinions and values. These are actually:
 
       Biases that are rooted in culture and world view.
       Habits that are rooted in culture and world view.
       Prejudices that are rooted in culture and world view.
       Views that are rooted in culture and world view.
 
8.
What category drug is Xanax ?
 
       Hypnotic
       Stimulant
       Hallucinogen
       Depressant
 
9.
The inclination of a family of an addicted person to maintain balance is called:
 
       Equilibrium
       Adjustment
       Homeostasis
       Adaptation
 
10.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, some of the most significant developers are:
 
       Carl Jung, Sartre, and Buber
       Ludwig Binswanger, Medard Boss, and Viktor Franki
       Rudolf Dreikurs and Don Dinkmeyer.
       Dostoevski, Kierkegaard,
 
11.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system and ego state that is supportive and caring is known as:
 
       The Nurturing Parent
       The Native Parent
       The Natural Parent
       The Normal Parent
 
12.
During the transition stage of the development of the group, a key issues is:
 
       Apathy and absenteeism
       Anxiety and defensiveness
       Stress and fear
       Hope and confidence
 
13.
This counseling technique is an extension of active listening. The reiteration what a client has just said and repeating them for the client's benefit is called:
 
       Repeating
       Restating
       Recalling
       Reiterating
 
14.
The word psycho sexual is associated with:
 
       Drykers therapeutic systems
       Jungian Analytical Psychology
       Glasser's reality therapy
       Freudian psychoanalysis
 
15.
Person-centered therapy was originally developed in the late 1940s as a reaction against:
 
       Skinnerian therapy
       Adlerian therapy
       Psychoanalytic therapy
       Jungian therapy
 
16.
The purpose of Feedback in group counseling is:
 
       To provide an external 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.
       To provide an external subjective 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.
 
17.
The purpose of summarizing is:
 
       To make sure all of the group members remember what the counselor wants them to take from the group.
       To focus the information that would be needed for individual progress notes
       To prevent any fragmentation in the group focus, and to create continuity and meaning in the context of the group.
       To allow the counselor to remember the high points of the group for the sake of his own remembrance
 
18.
When a counselor says "tell me how you feel when you are uptight he is using a counseling technique called:
 
       Mirroring
       Reflection
       Eliciting
       Clarification
 
19.
Group psychotherapy is a process of _______________ that includes both conscious and unconscious awareness and both the present and the past
 
       Psychic healing
       Emotional healing
       Reeducation
       Cognitive restructuring
 
20.
In Reality Therapy goals are:
 
       There are no set goals in Reality Therapy
       The therapist's responsibility to identify and set goals
       The client's responsibility to identify and set goals
       Goals of therapy are universal to all clients.
 
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