REGIS NU646 2020 October Week 14 Quiz Latest (100% Graded)

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Week 14

Question 1The cognitive distortion of making conclusions without supporting and relevant evidence is:

 a.labeling and mislabeling.


 c.arbitrary inferences.

 d.selective abstraction.

Question 2The cognitive distortion that consists of forming conclusions based on an isolated detail of an event is:

 a.labeling and mislabeling.


 c.arbitrary inferences.

 d.selective abstraction.

Question 3The tendency for individuals to relate external events to themselves, even when there is no basis for making this connection, is known as:

 a.labeling and mislabeling.


 c.arbitrary inferences.


Question 4The cognitive distortion that involves portraying one’s identity on the basis of imperfections and mistakes made in the past and allowing them to define one’s true identity is:

 a.labeling and mislabeling.


 c.arbitrary inferences.


Question 5What is the challenge of fulfilling the spirit of informed consent?

 a.Tell clients about the nature of confidentiality.

 b.Strike a balance between giving clients too much information and giving them too little.

 c.Convince clients that counselors know what they are doing.

 d.Teach clients about state laws that pertain to counseling.

Question 6The ethics codes do not mandate that dual or multiple relationships

 a.should be avoided or that nonsexual multiple relationships are unethical.

 b.are clearly grounds for revocation of one’s professional license.

 c.are helpful in case of counseling one’s friends or relatives.

 d.are impossible to avoid.

Question 7Identify the only case in which confidentiality must not be breached.

 a.Clients pose a danger to others.

 b.A child under the age of 16 requests counseling sessions.

 c.An older adult is being abused.

 d.The therapist determines that the client needs immediate, involuntary hospitalization.

Question 8The technique whereby the analyst explains the meaning of certain behavior is known as





Question 9Directing energy toward another object or a person (when anxiety is reduced by focusing on a “safer target”) is known as





Question 10What is the correct sequence of the psychosexual stages?





Question 11In Erikson’s view, the major developmental task in adolescence is

 a.intimacy versus isolation.

 b.integrity versus despair.

 c.identity versus role confusion.

 d.initiative versus guilt.

Question 12According to Erickson, the basic struggle of early childhood involves:

 a.autonomy vs. shame and doubt.

 b.initiative vs. guilt.

 c.identity vs. role confusion. vs. mistrust.

Question 13A person who is suffering from feelings of alienation and isolation has probably failed to achieve a sense of ___________ during the ___________stage of development.

 a.identity; adolescence; infancy

 c.generativity; middle age

 d.intimacy; young adulthood

Question 14Developmentally, Freud’s latency stage corresponds to Erickson’s stage of: versus mistrust.

 b.intimacy versus isolation.

 c.initiative versus guilt.

 d.industry versus inferiority.

Question 15One point of disagreement between existential and humanistic thought involves

 a.a respect for the client’s subjective experience.

 b.a trust in the capacity of the client to make positive choices. emphasis on freedom.

 d.the idea of an innate self-actualizing drive.

Question 16From a person-centered perspective, the best source of knowledge about the client is the

 a.individual client.


 c.client's family.

 d.therapeutic relationship.

Question 17The cognitive behavioral approach to therapy stresses:, understanding, warmth, and empathy.

 b.awareness, unfinished business, impasse, and experiencing.

 c.thinking, assessing, deciding, analyzing, and doing.

 d.subjectivity, existential anxiety, self-actualization, and being.

Question 18In cognitive therapy, techniques are designed to:

 a.assist clients in substituting rational beliefs for irrational beliefs. clients experience their feelings more intensely.

 c.assist individuals to dispel self-defeating cognitions and to teach people how to acquire a rational approach to living.

 d.enable clients to deal with their existential loneliness.

Question 19According to Beck, selective abstraction is clients taking all the details of an event and using this information to reinforce negative schemas and support their maladaptive core beliefs.



Question 20Magnification and minimization consist of perceiving a case or situation in a greater or lesser light than it truly deserves.



Question 21From the feminist perspective, the socialization of women with multiple social identities inevitably affects all of the following, except:

 a.engendered lives.


 c.goals and aspirations.

 d.emotional well-being.

Question 22Which of the following themes would clients in feminist therapy be least likely to explore?

 a.Identify their internalized messages of oppression and replace them with more self-enhancing beliefs

 b.Understand how sexist and oppressive societal beliefs and practices influence them in negative ways

 c.Recognize the power of relationships and connectedness

 d.Transference reactions toward their therapist

Question 23The feminist approach to group counseling involves all of the following except: for the experience of being a woman.

 b.political involvement.

 c.providing members a place to reflect on their role in society. opportunity to experience and analyze multiple transferences.

Question 24Donna feels certain that no one will ever want to hire her because she has a timid personality. Her solution-oriented therapist would be most inclined to:

 a.explore her early childhood experiences with being rejected

 b.consider her irrational belief to be indicative of psychopathology.

 c.ask Donna to examine another side of the story she is presenting about herself and think of times when she was accepted by others.

 d.prescribe medication for her anxiety issues.

Question 25All of the following are techniques used in solution-focused therapy except for:

 a.using the reflecting team.

 b.scaling questions.

 c.the miracle question.

 d.formula first session task.

Question 26Narrative therapy has been found to be particularly effective with diverse client populations for all of the following reasons except: was founded in a sociocultural context. allows clients to tell their unique stories from their perspective. defines problems within a social, cultural, political, and relational context. teaches diverse clients to replace their own narratives with ones that conform more closely to the ideals and values of mainstream culture.

Question 27The techniques of externalization and developing unique events are associated primarily with:

 a.solution-oriented therapy.

 b.the linguistic approach.

 c.the narrative approach.

 d.the reflecting team.

Question 28Narrative therapists pay attention to “sparkling moments,” such as

 a.moments when the client feels exhilarated.

 b.identifying instances when the problem did not completely dominate the client’s life.

 c.times when significant others give the client unconditional love. characterized by a striving to overcome barriers.

Question 29During the solution-focused initial therapy session, it is common for solution-focused therapists to ask, “What have you done since you called for the appointment that has made a difference in your problem?” This describes:


 a.formula first session task.

 b.the miracle question.

 c.pretherapy change.

 d.exception questions.

Question 30Solution-focused brief therapy has parallels with______________, which concentrates on what is right and what is working for people rather than dwelling on deficits, weaknesses, and problems.

 a.brief psychodynamic therapy

 b.positive psychology

 c.Adlerian therapy


Question 31Family therapy perspectives call for a conceptual shift from evaluating individuals to focusing on:

 a.system dynamics.

 b.individual symptoms.

 c.the identified client only. individual’s reactions.

Question 32An integrative approach to the practice of family therapy includes guiding principles that help the therapist organize all of the following, except:





Question 33From the family systems perspective, symptoms are often viewed as expression of a set of habits and patterns within a family.

 b.evidence of psychopathology.

 c.a sign of weakness.

 d.a result of cognitive distortions.

Question 34What is the technique in family therapy that casts a new light on a problem and provides a different interpretation for a problematic situation?


 b.Family mapping



Question 35A tool for collecting and organizing key relationships in a three-generational extended family is a assessment. sketch.


 d.projective test.

Question 36The one central principle agreed upon by family therapy practitioners, regardless of their particular approach, is that

 a.the client is connected to living systems. dysfunction is typically caused by the most dominant family member.

 c.lack of differentiation is the primary cause of all family dysfunction.

 d.the empty chair technique is the most effective technique.

Question 37Roger and his wife are experiencing tension in their relationship because he believes she is far too lenient with their children when they misbehave. This forces him to play the role of “bad cop” as a parent, which makes him angry. A family therapist working with Roger and his family might to modify the family’s transactional rules and develop more appropriate boundaries.

 b.refer Roger to individual therapy since he clearly needs to work through his unresolved issues that are causing him to feel so angry.

 c.take Roger’s side and educate his wife about appropriate disciplinary practices.

 d.focus on getting the children to stop misbehaving so that Roger and his wife won’t experience this tension.

Question 38To prevent his parents from leaving the house, Miguel throws temper tantrums. His parents have given in to his demands and never go out to dinner or to movies anymore. A structural-strategic therapist working with Miguel and his parents will most likely

 a.have them participate in an enactment during the therapy session.

 b.explain with a genogram the origins of Miguel's temper tantrums. Miguel’s parents to develop differentiated selves. a lifestyle assessment.

Question 39If we hope to work therapeutically with an individual, it is critical to consider him or her within the

 a.problematic system.

 b.behavioral system.

 c.individual system. system.

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