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1

The social workers' purpose in gathering info is to keep the client

focused on their goals

2

Interviewing includes both ______ and _______ communication

verbal and non verbal

3

A social work interview is designed to serve the

interests of the client

4

The actions of the social worker during the interview must be

planned and focused

5

the generalization or normalization of behavior is known as

universalization

6

reformulate problems in a client's words to make sure you are on the same wave length is known as

clarification

7

pulling together patterns of behaviors to get a new understanding is known as

interpretation

8

stating problems in a different way is known as

refraiming

9

This section of the assessment assesses a client's medical, developmental, medication, substance abuse, and family history

biological

10

This section of the assessment assesses a client's psychiatric illness, symptoms, psychosocial stressors, and mental status

psychological

11

This section of the assessment focuses on client systems, context, strengths, concerns, personal history etc

social

12

Name some examples of collateral sources

family members, friends, agencies, physicians

13

T or F a social worker must get a client's informed consent prior to reaching out to collateral sources

T

14

This inventory is a 21 item multiple choice test that assesses the presence and degree of depression in adolescents and children

Becks Depression Inventory BDI

15

This inventory is an objective verbal inventory designed as a personality test for the assessment of psychopathology (550 statements)

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI)

16

This self report inventory attempts to classify individuals along four theoretically independent dimensions

Myers Briggs

17

In this inventory, clients responses to inkblots are used to assess perceptual reactions and psychological functioning

Rorschach inkblot test

18

This inventory is designed for the testing of cognitive abilities

Stanford Binet Intelligence scale

19

This test is a projective in which clients are asked to make up stories or fantasies

thematic appreciation test

20

This scale is designed as a measure of children intellectual and cognitive ability

wechsler intelligence scale

21

single system designs are appropriate for i

inpatient psychiatric facilities (offer control)

22

Name the steps of the problem solving process

engagement, assessment, planning, intervention, evaluation, termination

23

coping skills, support, and strengthening clients ability to deal with limitations is critical for clients with

disabilities