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Groups Process And Practice 10th Edition By Marianne Schneider Corey

 

SAMPLE QUESTIONS

 

  1. Training for individuals in Task Group leadership involves all of the following broad subject areas EXCEPT for:

 

  1. Organizational assessment

*b. Conflict resolution

  1. Consultation
  2. Program development

 

 

  1. Jennifer is a 19-year-old emotionally stable college student, but her grades have started to suffer. Her parents suspect alcohol abuse, though they have no proof. They would like her referred to a group that addresses the risks of alcoholism in teenagers. The appropriate group setting would be:

 

  1. Task
  2. Brief (time-limited)
  3. Counseling

*d. Psychoeducational

 

 

  1. Dylan has participated in a court-appointed psychoeducational group designed to address anger management issues. It can be assumed that he filled out an assessment questionnaire:

 

  1. During intake only
  2. At program completion only; during intake, assessment questionnaires can prejudice counselors and group leaders and result in preconceived notions

*c. At the beginning and upon program completion

  1. Assessment questionnaires are not typically utilized in psycho-educational settings

 

 

  1. A view of a counseling group will typically show a population composed of:

 

*a. Diverse individuals with a similar problem/issue

  1. A homogeneous group with a similar problem/issue
  2. Diverse individuals with a dissimilar problem/issue
  3. A group of individuals selected only for similarities in coping skills, attitudes, etc.

 

 

  1. Dan, a 34-year-old homosexual construction worker; April, a 21-year-old heterosexual single parent; and Sylvester, a 57-year-old Air Force retiree who underwent a blood-transfusion two years ago have all been recently diagnosed as HIV-positive. All need to address the issues of coping and getting on with life. The appropriate setting for achieving this goal would be:

 

  1. A psychotherapy group
  2. A task group

*c. A counseling group

  1. A psychoeducational group

 

 

  1. In a psychoeducational group, the leaders main tasks are to provide ___________ and create a positive and safe climate that fosters _____________.

 

 

  1. instruction/behavioral change
  2. cues/expression
  3. cues/self-exploration

*d. instruction/learning

 

 

  1. Chelsea, a 15-year-old has been diagnosed with bulimia. She reports that she is depressed, sees herself as overweight though she is categorized by her doctors as being underweight and is experiencing feelings of worthlessness. She would most likely be found in which type of therapy?

 

  1. Counseling
  2. Psychoeducational group
  3. Inpatient

*d. Psychotherapy

 

 

  1. Financial concerns, the advent and increased frequency of managed-care structuring and cutbacks in resources have all led to the increased necessity of:

 

  1. Psychoeducational groups
  2. Single-session groups
  3. Counseling groups

*d. Brief groups

 

 

  1. A group of servicemen and women witnessed a training accident in which comrades were killed and others were left horribly maimed. Many are reporting the effects of being emotionally traumatized. The treatment of choice for these individuals would most likely be a group that:

 

  1. Involves psychotherapy

*b. Is time limited

  1. Involves the warm-up/action/closure model
  2. Is open ended in duration; when the issues are sufficiently dealt with, the group is ended

 

 

  1. To be effective, BGT (Brief Group Treatment) hinges primarily on:

 

*a. Training of leaders in both group process and brief therapy.

  1. Balancing financial consideration with time constraints.
  2. Advocating for longer treatments.
  3. Tools to assess outcomes better.

 

 

  1. A leader is facilitating a group of diverse individuals diverse in terms of nationality, race, ethnicity and age. The leader should:

 

  1. Keep his or her views on these matters to himself or herself; it is crucial to remain neutral
  2. Refrain from taking a stand on matters involving multiculturalism
  3. Avoid giving the impression that he or she favors one view above another

*d. Openly discuss his or her worldview and its impact on the group process, even at the risk of alienating some

 

 

  1. A goal of the culturally skilled group counselor may be to have members offer challenging __________ to one another.

 

  1. communication

*b. feedback

  1. revelation
  2. argument

 

 

  1. People from specific cultures may be more inclined to turn to all of the following EXCEPT _______ in order to address areas of concern:

 

  1. clergy
  2. family

*c. a psychologist

  1. indigenous healers

 

 

  1. A useful way to think about the differences between our clients and ourselves is to consider the __________ each of us possess.

 

  1. hierarchies
  2. single identity
  3. dual identities

*d. multiple identities

 

 

  1. Jabir is a Muslim counselee. His counselor is unaware of many aspects of Muslim life, beliefs, etc. Teaching his counselor about these aspects of his life is, according to experts, likely to make him feel:

 

  1. Empowered
  2. Proud

*c. Frustrated

  1. Like a competent spokesperson for his group

 

 

  1. Finding reading sources where one can increase his or her base of knowledge regarding a diverse group:

 

*a. Can increase professional competence

  1. Can lead to overgeneralizations
  2. Is not recommended; the material can be biased, incorrect, outdated, etc.
  3. Can lead to misinformation; the counselor should rely on diverse members to provide this information

 

 

  1. In order to learn more about cultural aspects of diverse clients, therapists should do all of the following EXCEPT:

 

  1. Create a safe environment
  2. Listen carefully

*c. Ask many questions that necessitate clarification

  1. Provide clients with opportunity to speak freely

 

 

  1. __________ is/are an excellent treatment choice for numerous intrapersonal and interpersonal issues and for helping people change.

 

  1. Individual counseling

*b. Groups

  1. Couples counseling
  2. Family counseling

 

 

  1. The broad purposes of a therapeutic group include all of the following EXCEPT:

 

*a. to support remaining the same.

  1. to increase members knowledge of themselves and others.
  2. to help members clarify the changes they most want to make in their lives.
  3. to provide members with the tools they need to make these changes.

 

 

  1. The focus of these groups is on the application of group dynamics principles and processes to improve practice and to foster accomplishment of identified work goals.

 

  1. Psychoeducational groups

*b. Task groups

  1. Counseling groups
  2. Psychotherapy groups

 

 

  1. __________ focus on developing members cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills through a structured set of procedures within and across group meetings.

 

*a. Psychoeducational groups

  1. Task groups
  2. Task groups
  3. Psychotherapy groups

 

 

  1. __________ differs from a psychotherapy group in that it deals with conscious problems, is not aimed at major personality changes, is generally oriented toward the resolution of specific short-term issues, and is not concerned with treatment of the more severe psychological and behavioral disorders.

 

  1. Psychoeducational groups
  2. Task groups

*c. Counseling groups

  1. Psychotherapy groups

 

 

  1. Group members of these groups often have acute or chronic mental or emotional problems that evidence marked distress, impairment in functioning, or both.

 

  1. Psychoeducational groups
  2. Task groups
  3. Counseling groups

*d. Psychotherapy groups

 

 

  1. __________ generally refers to groups that are time limited, have a preset time for termination, have a process orientation, and are professionally led.

 

  1. Psychoeducational group therapy
  2. Long-term group therapy

*c. Brief group therapy

  1. Psychotherapy

 

 

  1. Becoming a culturally skilled group practitioner involves understanding both the differences between people and the common ground we share. To that end, group counselors should strive to do all of the following EXCEPT:

 

*a. Understand some ways that issues pertaining to gender but not sexual orientation.

  1. Become aware of how power, privilege, social group status, and oppression influence the process of a group.
  2. Become aware, knowledgeable, skilled, and action-oriented in understanding the worldview of group members.
  3. Acknowledge the strengths and limitations in working with individuals from privileged and marginalized groups.

 

 

  1. Counseling students and group members are at very different stages of:

 

  1. their counseling program education.

*b. their cultural awareness and identity development.

  1. limitations.
  2. professional competence.

 

 

  1. When discussions about race are __________ handled, the result is often misunderstanding, increased antagonism among participants, and barriers to learning.

 

*a. poorly

  1. appropriately
  2. accurately
  3. precisely

 

 

  1. There have been five successful strategies to facilitate difficult conversations about culture and race identified. Which of the following is NOT one?

 

  1. Understand your own racial and cultural identity.
  2. Recognize and be open about your racial biases.

*c. Discourage a discussion about feelings.

  1. Pay more attention to the process than to the content of race talk.

 

 

  1. The authors present a conceptual framework that organizes diversity, multicultural, and social justice competency into four areas. Which of the following is NOT one of these areas?

 

  1. Beliefs and attitudes

*b. Behaviors

  1. Knowledge
  2. Skills

 

 

  1. Different types of groups require different levels of leader competence and training, but all group leaders must have:

 

  1. minimal training.
  2. experience only with adolescent groups.
  3. mastered more than one language.

*d. some common basic competencies.

  1. __________ is a process of presenting basic information about a group to potential group participants to assist them in deciding whether to enter the group and how to participate in it.

 

  1. Moral ethics
  2. Ethical decision making

*c. Informed consent

  1. Professional ethics

 

 

  1. Leaders have a responsibility to discuss any breaches with the group and to take action if a member:

 

  1. upholds confidentiality.
  2. questions confidentiality.

*c. breaks confidentiality.

  1. understands confidentiality.

 

 

  1. Limitations to confidentiality should be outlined:

 

  1. only to the group members the leader believes might breach confidentiality.
  2. only when terminating a group.
  3. during a cathartic event.

*d. in the informed consent process.

 

 

  1. Some group members are likely to adhere to a different set of universal values including all of the following EXCEPT:

 

*a. dependence

  1. cooperation
  2. loyalty to family
  3. duty and obligation to parents

 

 

  1. Sarah is a group member who doesnt speak up or ask for time to speak in the group. Understanding her culture believes this is rude, insensitive, and self-oriented, as a therapist which is the best way to help her become more comfortable and willing to share?

 

  1. Rather than encouraging self-disclosure, create an event where all other members try to force her to share with the group.
  2. Rely on her to initiate self-disclosure on her own without the assistance or encouragement of anyone else.
  3. Tell her to speak up and encourage her to self-disclose anything.

*d. Rather than expecting her to initiate any self-disclosure, it might be helpful to ask her to consider sharing at least one reaction she experienced while listening to another member speak.

 

 

  1. For proficient group leaders to emerge, a __________ must make group work a priority.

 

  1. court-ordered counseling program

*b. training program

  1. group technique
  2. sex-offender counseling program

 

 

  1. Most __________ affirm that practitioners should be aware of the prevailing community standards and of the possible impact on their practice of deviation from these standards.

 

  1. counselor/counselee relationships
  2. therapeutic organizations
  3. co-leader relationships

*d. professional organizations

 

 

  1. Donna, a rehabilitation counseling participant, suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) four months ago. Feeling much better, she is intent on going on a river rafting trip this weekend. The group leader is obligated to:

 

  1. Stop her from doing so at all costs; an additional head injury would be devastating
  2. Inform her family of the dangers since Donna will not listen to reason

*c. Caution Donna regarding dangers and consequences

  1. Allow Donna to make her own decisions; she is, after all, in the group voluntarily

 

 

  1. Experts warn of the potentially ______________ effect of the power and prestige which group leaders hold.

 

  1. exhausting
  2. discomfiting

*c. intoxicating

  1. frustrating

 

 

  1. Group work often provides the potential to further a _________ agenda:

 

  1. presidential

*b. social justice

  1. intercontinental
  2. international

 

 

  1. Wheeler and Bertram (2015) see which of the following presenting a danger to group counseling confidentiality:

 

*a. Facebook

  1. Emails
  2. Phone calls
  3. Skype

 

 

  1. Your new counselee is a recent immigrant from a new country. You are not familiar with many aspects of her culture. Which of the following is not a legitimate concern pertaining to confidentiality?

 

  1. Some cultures stress sharing of all personal matters; the client may share confidential details of counseling.
  2. Due to language barriers, the client may not understand the confidentiality information in its entirety.
  3. Some cultures view therapy as shameful. Do not leave any information regarding therapy or you as a therapist on phone messages.

*d. Some cultures do not take confidentiality as seriously as others.

 

 

  1. Which of the following is recommended in order to dissuade group members from divulging confidential information?

 

  1. A verbal contract
  2. A verbal promise

*c. A written contract

  1. A stern warning

 

 

  1. ACA guidelines state that counselors are aware ofand avoid imposingtheir own values, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors that are _____________ the clients goals.

 

  1. damaging to

*b. inconsistent with

  1. misleading of
  2. antagonistic to

 

 

  1. Attending to __________ is basic to competent group practice.

 

*a. diversity

  1. white members only
  2. heterosexual individuals
  3. middle-class members only

 

 

  1. A counselor meets with a client who is wearing the traditional garb associated with a particular religious group. The counselor holds a negative view of this groups beliefs in certain matters. The counselor must, as a first step:

 

  1. Make the counselee aware of the biases that exist
  2. Dismiss himself or herself as a potential counselor for the client

*c. Become aware of and explore the potential reasons for the bias

  1. Set his or her biases aside

 

 

  1. Due to oppression and discrimination that many diverse members of counseling groups have faced, it is recommended that the group be a place where the subject of ___________________ can be openly explored.

 

  1. civil rights
  2. hatred
  3. revenge

*d. imbalance of power

 

 

  1. Chung and Bemak (2012) present their view that one cornerstone of doing multicultural social justice work is:

 

  1. Morality
  2. Forgiveness

*c. Courage

  1. Role-play

 

 

  1. A comprehensive and widely cited listing of characteristics, behaviors and attributes of effective group counselors pertaining to sexually diverse clients has been published by:

 

  1. The Gay and Lesbian Counseling Alliance of North America (GLCANA)

*b. The Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC)

  1. Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD)
  2. The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Action Group for Equality and Fairness in Therapy (GLBTAGEFT)

 

 

  1. Group leaders should strive to help __________ understand their choices and the consequences of lack of compliance with the treatment program.

 

  1. voluntary members
  2. group members
  3. adolescent members

*d. involuntary members

 

 

  1. Group leaders are responsible for __________ about the importance and advantages of keeping information pertaining to the group private.

 

  1. educating group members friends

*b. educating group members

  1. educating family members
  2. educating children of group members

 

 

  1. Our clients, not us, live with __________ of the changes they make in a group.

 

*a. the consequences

  1. the significances
  2. the values
  3. the moments

 

 

  1. Showing involuntary members how they could personally benefit from a group can increase:

 

*a. voluntary participation.

  1. involuntary participation.
  2. group membership.
  3. successful group completion.

 

 

  1. While group members are sharing extremely personal information, leaders can remind members about __________ as a way of reassuring the member who is disclosing.

 

  1. storytelling
  2. breaches in confidentiality
  3. self-disclosing

*d. confidentiality

 

 

  1. __________ are often conveyed in a subtle way, even without conscious awareness.

 

  1. Techniques

*b. Values

  1. Cathartic events
  2. Angry outbursts

 

 

  1. When you find yourself struggling with an ethical dilemma over a values conflict, the best course to follow is to:

 

*a. seek consultation in working through the situation so the appropriate standard of care is provided.

  1. seek friendship in order to discuss every detail not worrying about confidentiality.
  2. contact an attorney to be sure you will not be sued.
  3. not do anything at all.

 

 

  1. Exploration of cultural differences does not always end in resolution of those differences. However, if these subtle and more obvious cultural factors go unnoticed or are ignored by leaders, it can __________ the participation of those members.

 

  1. increase
  2. positively influence
  3. have no influence on

*d. negatively influence

 

 

  1. Group leaders must intervene if other members use __________ to force any member to remain in the group.

 

  1. appropriate communication
  2. healthy self-disclosure

*c. undue pressure

  1. production discussion

 

 

  1. As counselors we are held to a set of professional standards not only within our professional role but also outside of our role as helpers. Whether fair or not:

 

  1. Counselors are never looked upon as role models and what they do in their private time does not have any impact on their professional life.

*b. Counselors are often looked upon as role models and how we behave in private can have a direct impact on how we are perceived by others.

  1. Counselors do not have to worry about what they do in private because they have a right to live exactly how they want.
  2. Counselors are often looked upon as role models; however, they are allowed to have a private life that they do not have to answer for within their professional life.

 

 

  1. Techniques can be abused or used in unethical ways. Which of the following is NOT a way leaders might employ techniques unethically?

 

*a. Using techniques to decrease their power.

  1. Using techniques with which they are unfamiliar.
  2. Using techniques to alter a group members personal values or beliefs.
  3. Using techniques whose sole purpose is to create intensity between members or within the group.

 

 

  1. __________ is one of the major ethical issues in group work.

 

  1. Mental health insurance

*b. Competence

  1. Health education
  2. Catharsis

 

 

  1. __________ affects the issues that members bring to a group and the ways in which they might be either ready or reluctant to explore these issues.

 

  1. Unfinished business
  2. Attentive listening
  3. Cultural similarities

*d. Cultural diversity

 

 

  1. Professional competence, just like professional growth, is __________ for the duration of your career.

 

  1. a once and for all learning process

*b. an ongoing developmental process

  1. a short-term developmental process
  2. a quick learning process

 

 

  1. With a commitment to discuss the factors related to leaving a group, there is an opportunity for everyone concerned to express and explore:

 

*a. unfinished business.

  1. finished business.
  2. resolved feelings.
  3. resolved problems.

 

 

  1. Included under sexual minority status are people who are all of the following EXCEPT:

 

  1. lesbian
  2. questioning

*c. heterosexual

  1. transgender

 

 

  1. The guidelines for __________ in group practice have been drawn from a variety of professional associations, including the ACA, the ASGW, and the AMCD.

 

*a. competence in diversity issues

  1. catharsis
  2. attentive listening
  3. unfinished business

 

 

  1. __________ time needs to be allotted to closing each group session.

 

  1. Minimal

*b. Adequate

  1. Very little
  2. An enormous amount of

 

 

  1. __________ is the fair and equitable distribution of power, resources, and obligations in society to all people, regardless of race, gender, ability status, sexual orientation, and

religious or spiritual background.

 

  1. Therapy
  2. Group counseling
  3. Mental health

*d. Social justice

 

 

  1. If you are having difficulty maintaining objectivity regarding a certain value, consider this:

 

  1. your clients problem rather than yours.

*b. your problem rather than the clients problem.

  1. your attorneys problem rather than yours.
  2. the clients familys problem.

 

 

  1. Culture may affect a members views on confidentiality in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

 

  1. Some cultures consider therapy to be shameful and only for mentally ill people.
  2. Some group members may not have legal status or residency and may be guarded about providing personal information.

*c. Some cultures promote sharing of all personal information with their families, but members do not have to worry about feeling pressured to share details.

  1. Members who are seeking asylum or have refugee status may have significant trust issues and may give false personal information to protect themselves and their families.

 

 

  1. The reputation of group work has suffered from all of the following EXCEPT:

 

*a. those who use techniques appropriately.

  1. the actions of irresponsible practitioners.
  2. those who use techniques randomly without a clear rationale.
  3. those who use techniques without any sense of the potential outcome.

 

 

  1. Most __________ affirm that practitioners should be aware of the prevailing community standards and of the possible impact on their practice of deviation from these standards.

 

  1. disclosures
  2. informed consent

*c. professional organizations

  1. confidentiality

 

 

  1. Group leaders need to be aware of both the overt and subtle ways in which they utilize their:

 

  1. attentive listening skills.
  2. ethics.
  3. leadership roles.

*d. power.

 

 

  1. The process of intentionally setting aside our personal values to provide ethical and appropriate counseling describes:

 

*a. ethical bracketing

  1. ethical values
  2. value disposition
  3. confidentiality

 

 

  1. Group practitioners who work with LGBTQ clients have a responsibility to understand the unique concerns these clients may bring to the group and are expected to develop:

 

  1. a hard skin in order to not have problems with the clients.

*b. the knowledge and skills to competently deliver services to them.

  1. a full proof plan for a group with these members.
  2. the understanding on how to refer these clients to other practitioners.

 

 

  1. One way for members to share their experience with others outside the group without breaking confidentiality or informed consent is:

 

  1. to give a detailed description of each group member including their names.

*b. for them to talk about their own experience, reactions, and insights without describing other members or mentioning others in the group by name.

  1. for them to share everything they can remember about each meeting.
  2. to share information and answer questions with the utmost detail about all members and leaders.

 

 

  1. Leaders who work with groups of children, adolescents, and certain involuntary populations are especially advised to learn the laws restricting group work. Which of the following area

is NOT one they should know?

 

  1. Confidentiality
  2. Parental consent
  3. Protection of member welfare

*d. Heterosexual civil rights

 

 

  1. A recent California statute allows minors who are _________ to receive counseling if the practitioner determines that the minor is mature enough to participate intelligently in

outpatient treatment or mental health counseling.

 

  1. 18 years or older
  2. 16 years or older

*c. 12 years or older

  1. 10 years or older

 

 

  1. Group norms include all of the following EXCEPT:

 

*a. staying in the there-and-then

  1. expressing feelings
  2. asking for what one wants
  3. being direct and honest
  1. __________ illustrate ways practitioners have applied the concepts discussed in this book to various client populations in a community.

 

  1. Effective uses of power
  2. Political actions
  3. Leader education

*d. Group proposals

 

 

  1. Many women learn early that the predominant expectation in a patriarchal society is all of the following except __________:

 

  1. aloneness

*b. child-rearing

  1. autonomy
  2. independence

 

 

  1. A crucial opportunity in womens group-work is delving into what it means to be _____________ in a(n) ____________ society

 

  1. outcast/patriarchal
  2. independent/matriarchal
  3. equal/egalitarian

*d. female/patriarchal

 

 

  1. A chief concern of men is the fear that they will be _______________ for deviating from societal roles and expectations.

 

  1. ostracized
  2. devalued

*c. sanctioned

  1. emasculated

 

 

  1. In a group context, one powerful intervention is the leader modeling appropriate __________ by sharing some of his own life experiences.

 

*a. self-disclosure

  1. suppression of anger
  2. giving up well-entrenched gender roles
  3. proper parenting

 

 

  1. Traditional approaches in treating male perpetrators of domestic violence typically demonstrate:

 

  1. a very low recidivism rate
  2. a 100 percent recidivism rate
  3. an extremely high recidivism rate

*d. an average recidivism rate of around 50 percent

 

 

  1. The Solution-Focused approach of Lee and colleagues advocates the design of and adherence to specific and achievable goals. These goals must be established by the participant:

 

  1. In orientation

*b. By the third session

  1. By the beginning of the Working Stage
  2. During the first session in contract form

 

 

  1. Men may pay a steeper price than their female counterparts for engaging in ___________ behaviors, which encourages men to remain deeply entrenched in masculine roles.

 

  1. gender typical
  2. gender specific

*c. gender-atypical

  1. gender usual

 

 

  1. An emerging counseling emphasis on __________ presents a more optimistic picture of changes taking place in gender roles.

 

*a. positive masculinity

  1. negative masculinity
  2. positive femininity
  3. negative femininity

 

 

  1. When dealing with older adults/the elderly in therapeutic sessions, Christensen and colleagues focus on the facilitation of members __________________.

 

  1. nostalgia

*b. reminiscence

  1. written memoirs
  2. past transferences

 

 

  1. A key task in conducting therapy with older adults/the elderly is challenging the ____________ of aging.

 

  1. statistics
  2. effects
  3. norms

*d. myths

 

 

  1. Prospective counselors who are planning/preparing to work with older adults/the elderly in therapeutic settings might wish to expand their knowledge in the field of _________________.

 

  1. existential psychology
  2. geriatrics

*c. gerontology

  1. ortho-Geriatrics

 

 

  1. Identify attitudes and skills needed in working effectively with older adults in groups

 

  1. Exclusion based on regression is not appropriate

*b. The mixing of the two is likely to result in fragmentation

  1. The mixing of the two is likely to result in increased understanding and cohesion
  2. The two types of individuals in a group are not mutually exclusive

 

 

  1. Andres is conducting his first therapy group for the elderly. One client in particular, Jaime, complains about everything: his children, grandchildren, politics and mostly how the world has changed for the worse. Andres should:

 

*a. Allow Jaime to complain, even if there is nothing you can do about it

  1. Redirect Jaime to things that can be changed
  2. Explain to Jaime sensitively that he is wasting time with the unchangeable
  3. Refer Jaime to individual therapy

 

 

  1. When approaching the administrators of an assisted-care living center for the elderly, J.D. felt resistance for his idea for creating a group. He should counter with:

 

  1. A needs assessment
  2. A formal contract

*c. A sound proposal

  1. Research data

 

 

  1. Perry, a group counselor, also works at night as a stand-up comedian at The Comedy Funhouse. He has a natural inclination to use humor. He should keep this humor situation-specific by:

 

  1. Making sure that all uses of humor are understood without regard to age
  2. Making sure that all uses of humor are understood without regard to age and culture
  3. Avoiding laughing with the person to whom the humor is directed

*d. Avoiding laughing at those who dont/cant complete a certain task

 

 

  1. Increased loneliness is often a key factor following the death of a loved one, and a group can offer the older person much needed __________.

 

  1. diagnosis and treatment of pathology

*b. support and socialization

  1. memories
  2. writing

 

 

  1. Hedtke and Winslade (2004) believe that a therapeutic approach in grief and bereavement treatment is the development of a new relationship with:

 

  1. A pet particularly among the elderly
  2. God

*c. The person who died

  1. Themselves

 

 

  1. Many older adults, particularly those who have lost a spouse, have a strong need to be __________.

 

*a. touched

  1. told what to do
  2. questioned
  3. yelled at

 

 

  1. Mental health practitioners need to know more about working with __________ because this is one of the fastest growing groups in the United States.

 

  1. younger adults

*b. older adults

  1. infants
  2. school aged children

 

 

  1. __________ provide accurate information on the harmful effects of drugs and alcohol on the brain and body, withdrawal syndromes associated with specific drugs, cravings and relapse triggers, and the role of support groups in the recovery process.

 

  1. Psychodrama groups
  2. Cognitive behavioral groups
  3. Skills groups

*d. Psychoeducational groups

 

 

  1. Its important to examine your attitudes about aging and challenge your __________ views about older people.

 

*a. negative

  1. positive
  2. neutral
  3. happy

 

 

  1. __________ combine an educational component with role-playing activities so clients can practice assertiveness skills, relapse prevention, and effective communication.

 

  1. Psychodrama groups
  2. Cognitive behavioral groups

*c. Skills groups

  1. Psychoeducational groups

 

 

  1. Substance use treatment groups are usually __________ and have revolving membership.

 

  1. closed

*b. open

  1. unending
  2. extremely short

 

 

  1. __________ is particularly appropriate with older people both because this population often experiences loneliness and isolation and because interpersonal interaction is vital for physical and psychological well-being.

 

  1. Psychological administration
  2. Informed consent
  3. Confidentiality

*d. Group work

 

 

  1. Traditionally, older adults have been portrayed in a __________ manner by the American media.

 

  1. traditional
  2. normal

*c. stereotypical

  1. average

 

 

  1. All-male groups provide men with the support they need to become aware of the __________ they may have lived by and provide them with the strength to question the mandate of the masculine role.

 

  1. unrestrictive rules and roles

*b. restrictive rules and roles

  1. common behaviors
  2. uncommon behaviors

 

 

  1. __________ involves recognizing our internal grief and expressing it externally.

 

*a. Mourning

  1. Confidentiality
  2. Conflict resolution
  3. Psychodrama

 

 

  1. __________ help clients become aware of the connection between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in making choices that will support their drug-free lifestyle.

 

  1. Psychodrama groups

*b. Cognitive behavioral groups

  1. Skills groups
  2. Psychoeducational groups

 

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