Practice Sampler Exam

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1.
Group cohesiveness is known as:
 
       Facilitation
       A working group
       Group unity
       Bonding
 
2.
What category drug is Psilocybin: ("mushrooms") ?
 
       Stimulant
       Hypnotic
       Hallucinogen
       Depressant
 
3.
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.
 
       Skilled and insightful
       Professionally trained
       Caring and supportive
       Objective and intellectual
 
4.
During the transition stage of the development of the group, a key issues is:
 
       Anxiety and defensiveness
       Hope and confidence
       Stress and fear
       Apathy and absenteeism
 
5.
What drug has become known as the rape drug?
 
       PCP
       MDMA
       GHB
       Rohypnol
 
6.
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
       Problems
       Freedom
       Protection
 
7.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, Adlerians are mainly concerned with challenging clients':
 
       Epistemological system
       Core belief system
       Moral values
       Fundamental premises and life goals
 
8.
Assessment is most often accomplished in the very early stages of a program. Assessment must be considered to be:
 
       comprehensive at the time of the initial interview
       ongoing from the time of the initial interview
       determinative at the time of the initial interview
       conclusive at the time of the initial interview
 
9.
The complete avoidance of the use of alcohol and other mood- altering chemicals is:
 
       Drug Free
       Sober
       Clean
       Abstinence
 
10.
In the Freudian Psychoanalytic system the third stage of psycho sexual development, during which the child gains maximum gratification through direct experience with the genitals is known as:
 
       The Masturbation stage
       The Anal Stage
       The Sexual Stage
       The Phallic stage
 
11.
Summarizing is especially needed at:
 
       The end of a Individual counseling session with a client
       The end of a conversation with a client
       The end of a group
       The end of a therapeutic relationship with a client
 
12.
The provision of counseling and referral services which respond to an addict's needs when the client experiences any acute psychological, spiritual, emotional and /or physical crisis.
 
       Family counseling
       Individual counseling
       Case management
       Crisis intervention
 
13.
In the Gestalt Therapeutic System the methods are powerful catalysts for opening up feelings and getting individuals into contact with their __________ _________ experiences.
 
       Present-centered
       Unconscious and repressed
       Earlier childhood
       Past life
 
14.
Progress notes should always be produced:
 
       Following contact and interaction with the client
       When something of significance occurs
       As needed
       Weekly
 
15.
In the Adlerian therapeutic system, Adlerians are primarily concerned with challenging the clients _________________!
 
       fundamental beliefs and life goals.
       fundamental memories and life goals.
       Fundamental premises and life goals.
       fundamental feelings and life goals.
 
16.
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.
 
       Deflection
       Denial
       Stuffing
       Avoidance
 
17.
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 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.
       To create an atmosphere that encourages members to continue desired behaviors; to provide help when clients are facing difficult struggles; to create trust.
 
18.
The purpose of confidentiality is:
 
       Protect the counselor
       Protect the client
       Protect the treatment program
       Protect the public
 
19.
Being a group practitioner demands ______________ to the needs of the members of your group and to the impact your values and techniques can have on them
 
       Service
       Awareness
       Sensitivity
       Concerns
 
20.
A 27-year-old woman who attends your group begins to complain of the these symptoms which have just began, and have persisted for a month: Loss of interest in her usual activities, overwhelming feelings of despair, irritability, loss of appetite, and insomnia. Based solely on these symptoms, your primary diagnostic impression would indicate a Major Depressive Disorder. As an addictions counselor you should:
 
       Continue to see her and attempt to help her through this period of depression which should pass quickly as she progresses in Treatment
       Refer her to a medical doctor
       Refer her to a psychiatrist
       Refer her to a psychologist
 
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