Addictions Daily Question


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1.
Assessment is most often accomplished in the very early stages of a program. Assessment must be considered to be:
 
       determinative at the time of the initial interview
       ongoing from the time of the initial interview
       conclusive at the time of the initial interview
       comprehensive at the time of the initial interview
 
2.
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:
 
       Orientation
       Intake
       Staffing
       Assessment
 
3.
The founder of Rational Emotive Therapy was
 
       B.F. Skinner
       Carl Jung
       Albert Ellis
       William Glasser
 
4.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system an ego state that is fault finding and harsh is known as:
 
       Contentious Parent
       Critical Parent
       Constant Parent
       Confrontational Parent
 
5.
The Transactional Analysis therapeutic system tends to stress:
 
       Behavioral factors
       Cognitive factors
       Intellectual factors
       Emotional factors
 
6.
The Transactional Analysis therapeutic system places great emphasis on the individual's recognition of the ___________ to avoid intimacy, his rackets, early decisions, life scripts, parental injunctions, stroking, and basic unhealthy psychological positions taken.
 
       Games being played
       Cognitive distortions used
       Emotional reactions displayed
       Emotional devices created
 
7.
The purpose of confidentiality is:
 
       Protect the public
       Protect the treatment program
       Protect the client
       Protect the counselor
 
8.
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:
 
       Restating
       Repeating
       Recalling
       Reiterating
 
9.
The purpose of "supporting" by the counselor is to:
 
       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 encourages members to continue desired behaviors; to provide help 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.
       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.
 
10.
An inpatient medical program is appropriate for treating an alcoholic who:
 
       Has experienced Jail because of his drinking
       Has experienced blackouts
       drinks daily and has been fired from his work
       Has experienced seizures because of his drinking
 
11.
In the Gestalt Therapeutic System unexpressed feelings (such as resentment, guilt, anger, grief) dating back to childhood that is now interfering with effective psychological functioning is known as:
 
       Unfinished business
       Neurosis
       Angst
       Ennui
 
12.
According to The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations a treatment plan must be created within:
 
       72 hours from intake
       12 hours from intake
       24 hours from intake
       96 hour from intake
 
13.
In general, stimulants force:
 
       The release of heart damaging enzymes
       The release of energy chemicals (particularly adrenaline), increase electrical activity in the brain, and artificially stimulate the reward/pleasure center.
       The release of Serotonin
       The release of Alpha Blockers
 
14.
The use of PCP has not been thoroughly researched, but it is thought that the long term effects are:
 
       Kidney damage
       Brain damage and toxic psychosis
       Liver damage
       Wernicke - Korsakoff's Syndrome
 
15.
What category drug is Psilocybin: ("mushrooms") ?
 
       Hypnotic
       Stimulant
       Depressant
       Hallucinogen
 
16.
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
       Gender differences
       Age differences
       Class differences
 
17.
Group participants have a right to expect __________ from undue group pressure concerning participation in group exercises, decision making, disclosure of private matters, or acceptance of suggestions from other group members.
 
       Stress
       Protection
       Problems
       Freedom
 
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 Red Cross
       Refer him to Anger Management classes
       Refer her to the Salvation Army
 
19.
The word psycho sexual is associated with:
 
       Glasser's reality therapy
       Drykers therapeutic systems
       Jungian Analytical Psychology
       Freudian psychoanalysis
 
20.
The complete avoidance of the use of alcohol and other mood- altering chemicals is:
 
       Sober
       Drug Free
       Abstinence
       Clean
 
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