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1

You are able to watch an expert therapist in a film and list the skills and concepts he or she is using. You demonstrate ____ competence.

identification and classification
basic
intentional
teaching


identification and classification

2

Developing your own personal approach to interviewing and counseling involves a multiplicity of factors. These include all of the following choices EXCEPT ____.
reflect on your values, meanings, and skills
determine your strengths and development needs
determine your goals
decide on which theory you will focus solely


decide on which theory you will focus solely

3

In person-centered counseling, when we explore the distinctions between the real self and the ideal self, we are most likely in which stage of the interview?
Story and strengths
Goals
Restorying
Action


Restorying

4

Which of the following are additional theories presented in this chapter?
Motivational interviewing
Counseling/coaching
Brief counseling
All of the above

all of the above

5

There are two major factors to consider as you integrate the many available theories and identify your own personal style. They are ________ and the ________.
skill development; study of theory application
personal aptitude; practice of the microskills
personal authenticity; needs and styles of the client
interviewer education; genuineness of the client


personal authenticity; needs and styles of the client

6

Which of the following leads is most characteristic and distinctive of crisis counseling?
“Sounds like your problem is getting worse.”
“What would help you right now?”
“Tell more...”
“What are your behavioral goals for change?”


“What would help you right now?”

7

Learning by organizing information into patterns is called:

chunking.
compiling.
classifying.
patterning.

chunking

8

The five-stage/dimension interviewing structure is best described as:
a model for stress management therapy.
a framework for integrating many different types of theories.
a useful way to make decisions.
all of the above.

all of the above

9

One of the earliest decisional models is the three-stage decision model. Who proposed this model?
Parsons
Franklin
Nezu
Beck

Franklin

10

What is the anticipated result from determining your personal style and theory?

You will commit to a lifelong process of continual learning and will examine, evaluate, and build on your natural style.
Your natural style is honed through evaluation and training and is fairly well established upon beginning your practice.
Your natural style is largely dependent on your aptitude, training, and practice. You may adapt it periodically throughout your career as new theories and techniques become widely accepted.
None of these choices are the predicted result from determining your personal style and theory.


You will commit to a lifelong process of continual learning and will examine, evaluate, and build on your natural style.

11

"What theoretical/practical story would you provide now that summarizes how you view the world of interviewing and counseling?" This is a question you might ask yourself as you consider ________ to determine your natural style.
your goals
your skills and strategies
your cultural intentionality
your theoretical/practical issues

your theoretical/practical issues

12

Frankl’s most significant contribution to counseling and psychotherapy is:
cognitive behavioral therapy.
Logotherapy.
multicultural therapy.
motivational interviewing.


Logotherapy.

13

This book presented ___ major concepts and skills and more than ___ specific methods, theories, and strategies.
26; 50
34; 75
39; 100
43; 125


39; 100

14

Which one of the following counselor statements helps normalize the narrative?
"Yes, it is a very complex problem, and there is a solution for every problem."
"Please be assured that everyone has concerns, and it is indeed possible to do something about them."
"Don't worry; everything is going to be OK."
"I think we have a handle on your problem; resolution shouldn't be too hard."


"Please be assured that everyone has concerns, and it is indeed possible to do something about them."

15

Chunking is best described as:

grouping microskills concepts into meaningful groups.
putting together two theories into a unified whole.
finding your own way to integrate skill concepts.
mixing and matching different skills to produce different theories.


grouping microskills concepts into meaningful groups.