Addictions Daily Question


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1.
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:
 
       An underlying personality disorder
       DT's
       Withdrawal
       A prolonged hangover
 
2.
You have been working with a client who appears to have a problem sleeping. In the past other clients have demonstrated the same problem, and sought medicines to be able to sleep. Can you pass on your opinion as to how this client can overcome this problem?
 
       No, the issues of sleep problems are not in your area of expertise. This client needs to be referred to a medical doctor.
       No, you might become liable if the client has a serious problem and you offer your advice.
       Yes, but let others client's give him the information during group
       Yes. You can pass on what you have learned.
 
3.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system and ego state that is supportive and caring is known as:
 
       The Normal Parent
       The Natural Parent
       The Nurturing Parent
       The Native Parent
 
4.
With Rational Emotive Therapy one of the basic assumptions is that therapy is a process of :
 
       Reformation
       Reeducation
       Re socialization
       Re indoctrination
 
5.
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
       Age differences
       Class differences
       Gender differences
 
6.
Special skills for supporting, empathizing, analyzing, reflecting, challenging, and disclosing used to bring about client change.
 
       Counseling techniques
       Counseling style
       Counseling skills
       Counseling practices
 
7.
Neurotransmitters are:
 
       Electrical subsystems
       Biochemicals
       Brain chemicals
       Synapses
 
8.
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.
       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.
       Some changes in emotions and behaviors, some impairment of coordination, and impaired reaction time, a reduction of inhibition and judgment.
 
9.
In the Transactional Analysis therapeutic system an ego state that is fault finding and harsh is known as:
 
       Critical Parent
       Confrontational Parent
       Contentious Parent
       Constant Parent
 
10.
Which factor indicates dependence rather than abuse?
 
       Preoccupation with gaining and using drugs or alcohol
       Financial problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
       Relationship problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
       Serious legal problems caused by using drugs or alcohol
 
11.
Which of these situations constitutes a breech of confidentiality?
 
       Forgetting to put a file back in the locked cabinet
       Consultation with other counselors
       Consultation with the supervisor
       Taking files home to work on them
 
12.
The founder of Rational Emotive Therapy was
 
       Albert Ellis
       B.F. Skinner
       Carl Jung
       William Glasser
 
13.
The paying of extremely close attention to both verbal and nonverbal demonstrations of communication without judging or evaluating is:
 
       Magnification
       Focusing
       Listening
       Attending
 
14.
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.
 
       Protection
       Stress
       Problems
       Freedom
 
15.
During the transition stage of the development of the group, a key issues is:
 
       Hope and confidence
       Apathy and absenteeism
       Stress and fear
       Anxiety and defensiveness
 
16.
When the counselors own emotions become involved in the therapeutic relationship, this is known as:
 
       Sublimation
       Counter transference
       Projection
       Transference
 
17.
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.
 
       Avoidance
       Stuffing
       Denial
       Deflection
 
18.
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, Continuing Care
       Deal with Medical issues, Psychological Issues, Relapse Prevention
 
19.
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.
 
       Crisis intervention
       Case management
       Individual counseling
       Family counseling
 
20.
The use of PCP has not been thoroughly researched, but it is thought that the long term effects are:
 
       Wernicke - Korsakoff's Syndrome
       Liver damage
       Brain damage and toxic psychosis
       Kidney damage
 
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