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1

Which one of the following is NOT a component of Frank Parsons' 1908 trait-and-factor theory originated to help clients make vocational decisions?
Consider personal traits, abilities, skills, and interests.
Review positive and negative consequences.
Examine the environmental factors.
Develop "true reasoning" on the relationship of these groups of facts.

Review positive and negative consequences.

2

____________ is the author of The Checklist Manifesto.
Nezu
Gawande
Beck
Parsons


Gawande

3

The maintaining change worksheet helps the client plan to:
maintain current behavior.
avoid slips into old behavior.
prevent current abnormal behavior.
resolve reason for consultation.


avoid slips into old behavior.

4

Which one of the following is an appropriate reason for a counselor to take notes?
Structured notes will help you evaluate your own counseling skills.
Good notes facilitate planning for your next client contact.
Keeping notes can keep you from forgetting what happened in the last session.
All of the above.


All of the above.

5

Which one of the following is a useful strategy for decisional counseling?
Cognitive and emotional balance sheet
Logical consequences
Future diary
All of the above


All of the above

6

The five stages of the client interview and all problem-solving systems are based on both ____ and ____.
Frank Parsons' original decisional model; trait-and-factor theory
trait-and-factor theory; the "1-2-3" influencing model
Benjamin Franklin's original decisional model; trait-and-factor theory
the "1-2-3" influencing model; Benjamin Franklin's original decisional model


Benjamin Franklin's original decisional model; trait-and-factor theory

7

According to the authors, decisions are:

the stuff of life.
the cause of our illnesses.
the most dreaded part of life.
the energy of life.


the stuff of life.

8

Which of the following should be included in a relapse prevention plan?
List of people who can be counted on for support
Triggers to the unwanted behaviors
Rewarding alternatives client can do instead of engaging in the negative behavior
All of the above


All of the above

9

In which stage of the interview are you and your client likely to generate specific implementation plans?
Empathic relationship
Story and strengths
Goals
Restory
Action

action

10

In addition to the five-stage interview structure, there are additional useful strategies for decisional counseling. Which one of the following is NOT a useful strategy for decisional counseling?
Creative brainstorming
Logical consequences
Future imaging
Verbal underlining

Verbal underlining

11

"What specific incongruities do you anticipate in the client?" As you prepare your first interview treatment plan for a new client, you would most likely ask this question when you consider which stage of the interview?
Empathic relationship
Story and strengths
Goals
Restory
Action

RESTORY

12

The ________________ is a systematic way to monitor the progress of clients toward their goals.
Client Progress Scale
Client Concrete Scale
Client Change Scale
Client Developmental Identity Scale

client change scale

13

_____________, as this will provide a constant way to grow and improve your interviewing skills.
Seek colleagues and supervisors to review your work
Continuously perform a detailed analysis of your interviewing style and behavior
Appropriately share your thoughts and analysis with your client
All of the above

all of the above

14

Which of the following is TRUE about Mary's interview?
The relationship between job change and personal issues develops during the session.
Gender issues emerge as important multicultural factors.
Some interviewer responses were less effective than others.
All of the above.

all of the above

15

Which of the following theories place a strong emphasis on treatment plans?

Cognitive therapy
Gestalt therapy
Person-centered therapy
All of the above

cognitive therapy