Addictions Daily Question


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1.
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:
 
       Resolving
       Differentiating
       Clarifying
       Elaborating
 
2.
In the Gestalt Therapeutic System the methods are powerful catalysts for opening up feelings and getting individuals into contact with their __________ _________ experiences.
 
       Earlier childhood
       Past life
       Present-centered
       Unconscious and repressed
 
3.
Special skills for supporting, empathizing, analyzing, reflecting, challenging, and disclosing used to bring about client change.
 
       Counseling style
       Counseling practices
       Counseling skills
       Counseling techniques
 
4.
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:
 
       Neurosis
       Ennui
       Unfinished business
       Angst
 
5.
All of these are substance induced mental disorders as identified by the DSM IV TR except:
 
       Substance induced delirium
       Substance induced cognitive impairment
       Substance induced Amnestic
       Substance induced psychosis
 
6.
Stimulates stimulate strong reactions within the body. These stimulates force the body to produce:
 
       Acid
       Adrenaline
       Bile
       Enzymes
 
7.
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 distractions to the groups effective participation
       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.
 
8.
In providing counseling services to a client who has a bipolar disorder what treatment modalities would most likely be best?
 
       Medications and addictions therapy
       Psychoanalysis along with addictions therapy
       A multi disciplinary approach
       Psychiatric stabilization prior to addictions therapy
 
9.
What percentage of Patients Who were admitted to emergency rooms tested positive for Cocaine?
 
       8.4%
       18.4%
       38.4%
       28.4%
 
10.
What percentage of alcoholics or drug addicts have an underlying mental health problem?
 
       10-15%
       20 to 30%
       40 to 50%
       65 to 70%
 
11.
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 profane thoughts 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
 
12.
What category drug is Psilocybin: ("mushrooms") ?
 
       Depressant
       Hypnotic
       Stimulant
       Hallucinogen
 
13.
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:
 
       Withdrawal
       DT's
       A prolonged hangover
       An underlying personality disorder
 
14.
Which of these situations constitutes a breech of confidentiality?
 
       Taking files home to work on them
       Consultation with the supervisor
       Consultation with other counselors
       Forgetting to put a file back in the locked cabinet
 
15.
At extremely high doses, what are the effects of alcohol?
 
       Dramatic changes in emotions and behaviors, impaired coordination, and impaired reaction time, a loss of inhibition and judgment.
       Some changes in emotions and behaviors, some impairment of coordination, and impaired reaction time, a reduction of inhibition and judgment.
       The excitatory synapses are suppressed, causing drowsiness, then sleep, then coma, and then death.
       The excitatory synapses are effected, causing drowsiness, then sleep, then coma.
 
16.
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
       Case management
       Crisis intervention
       Individual counseling
 
17.
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:
 
       positive feedback
       Positive reinforcement
       Stroking
       Encouragement
 
18.
The purpose of confidentiality is:
 
       Protect the counselor
       Protect the treatment program
       Protect the client
       Protect the public
 
19.
Reality therapy emphasizes discussing what clients are doing:
 
       Their past thinking and or feeling
       Their core thinking and or feeling
       Their current behavior-rather than what they are thinking or feeling
       Their current thinking and or feeling
 
20.
The complete avoidance of the use of alcohol and other mood- altering chemicals is:
 
       Clean
       Sober
       Abstinence
       Drug Free
 
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