Addictions Daily Question


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1.
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
 
2.
The purpose of confronting a client or a group is to:
 
       To establish the authority of the counselor or group facilitator
       To challenge negative behavior of individuals or the group as a whole
       To refocus the group on a positive path to inter or self exploration and awareness.
       To encourage honest self-investigation; to promote full use of potentials; to bring about awareness of self-contradictions.
 
3.
Which factor indicates dependence rather than abuse?
 
       Relationship problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
       Financial problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
       Preoccupation with gaining and using drugs or alcohol
       Serious legal problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
 
4.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system individuals have the possibilities of __________ and reshaping the individual's own destiny.
 
       Healing
       Freedom
       Choice
       Hope
 
5.
What are the phases of treatment?
 
       Deal with Family issues, Psychological Issues, Continuing Care
       Deal with Medical issues, Sociological Issues, Continuing Care
       Deal with Medical issues, Psychological Issues, Relapse Prevention
       Deal with Medical issues, Psychological Issues, Continuing Care
 
6.
A client who has completed a residential treatment program is living in a half way house with other recovering addicts. This living arrangement best described as:
 
       Transitional housing
       Reentry
       Tertiary prevention
       Safe sober housing
 
7.
Group cohesiveness is known as:
 
       Facilitation
       Bonding
       A working group
       Group unity
 
8.
In the Rational Emotive Therapeutic system, therapy is ____________ and places the emphases on the client's active practice and participation in experimenting with new behaviors so that insight is developed into new and healthy behaviors and habits
 
       Intermittent
       Long term
       Sporadic
       Short term
 
9.
In general, stimulants force:
 
       The release of Alpha Blockers
       The release of Serotonin
       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.
 
10.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system and ego state that is supportive and caring is known as:
 
       The Native Parent
       The Natural Parent
       The Nurturing Parent
       The Normal Parent
 
11.
The use of PCP has not been thoroughly researched, but it is thought that the long term effects are:
 
       Liver damage
       Wernicke - Korsakoff's Syndrome
       Kidney damage
       Brain damage and toxic psychosis
 
12.
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:
 
       DT's
       An underlying personality disorder
       A prolonged hangover
       Withdrawal
 
13.
Psilocybin is known on the street be the name:
 
       Magic Mushroom
       Smack
       Shrooms
       Windowpane
 
14.
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
       Ignore the complaints and press on with the TX plan goals
       Refer the client to another counselor
       Encourage the client to focus on recovery and not to dwell on his feelings at this early stage of recovery
 
15.
What category drug is Psilocybin: ("mushrooms") ?
 
       Hallucinogen
       Stimulant
       Hypnotic
       Depressant
 
16.
The inclination of a family of an addicted person to maintain balance is called:
 
       Adjustment
       Adaptation
       Equilibrium
       Homeostasis
 
17.
In Freudian psychoanalysis free association means:
 
       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
       Censored and inhibited flow of ideas produced by the client that gives clues regarding unconscious conflicts
       Censored and uninhibited flow of words produced by the client that gives clues regarding the unconscious
 
18.
Person-centered therapy was originally developed in the late 1940s as a reaction against:
 
       Jungian therapy
       Skinnerian therapy
       Adlerian therapy
       Psychoanalytic therapy
 
19.
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 reinforcement
       Stroking
       positive feedback
       Encouragement
 
20.
In providing counseling services to a client who has a bipolar disorder what treatment modalities would most likely be best?
 
       Psychoanalysis along with addictions therapy
       Medications and addictions therapy
       Psychiatric stabilization prior to addictions therapy
       A multi disciplinary approach
 
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