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1

For which of the following theories of counseling and psychotherapy is logical consequences an appropriate strategy?
Decisional counseling
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Brief counseling
All of the above


All of the above

2

Interviewer self-disclosure can generate client talk and create additional trust, but caution must be observed because _____________.
clients’ rights may be abused if self-disclosure is used too early
counseling and interviewing can operate successfully without self-disclosure
not everyone agrees that self-disclosure is a wise skill to include among counselor techniques
all of the above

all of the above

3

Which of the following is an enriched consequence of sleep?
Increases hormones
Consolidates learning
Improves mood
All of the above


All of the above

4

"My thoughts about your disclosure..." is an opening of an interviewer statement you would MOST LIKELY hear in which of the five dimensions of self-disclosure?
Listen
Self-reference
Share and describe your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors
Appropriate immediacy and tense


Self-reference

5

Self-disclosure or making self-talk relevant to the client includes all EXCEPT which of the following dimensions?
Self-disclosure must be genuine in relation to the client.
Self-disclosure should be timely and not interrupt the client's point of view.
Self-disclosure is effective in maintaining a client focus in the interview.
Self-disclosure is most powerful when made in the present tense.


Self-disclosure is effective in maintaining a client focus in the interview.

6

Research shows that clients of counselors who self-disclose:
have low trust in their counselors and frequently drop out of treatment.
like their counselors, but report higher levels of symptom distress.
like their counselors more and report lower levels of symptom distress.
have higher levels of symptom distress and frequently drop out of treatment.


like their counselors more and report lower levels of symptom distress.

7

Which one of the following is an IMPROPER counselor choice in regards to counselor psychoeducational/instruction sharing?
Provide advice sparingly and only when the client is likely to need and accept it.
Offer advice and your opinions at any time a client may request it.
After careful listening and if the situation warrants, you can offer advice and instruction.
When listening to counselor advice, let the client be in charge


Offer advice and your opinions at any time a client may request it.

8

According to the authors, feedback is least effective when:
it deals with one or two things at a time.
it is general rather than specific.
it is a check to ensure clear communication.
it is asked for by the recipient.


it is general rather than specific.

9

Which of the following is an expected result from interviewer use of self-disclosure?

The client may reveal more personal detail, create trust and establish a more equal relationship.
The client will learn more about the interviewer and develop a better relationship.
The client will resolve an old issue and focus on a new problem.
The client may recognize the power of the interviewer and profit more from his or her guidance.


The client may reveal more personal detail, create trust and establish a more equal relationship.

10

What do biofeedback instruments measure?
Cognitive functions
Feeling functions
Physiological functions
Your thoughts


Physiological functions

11

Which one of the following will NOT help you learn and use thought stopping?

Catalog your negative thoughts or statements.
Learn the basic process.
Transfer thought stopping to your daily life.
Add positive imaging.


Catalog your negative thoughts or statements.

12

When you are multiculturally different from your client, which of the following is TRUE regarding appropriate self-disclosure?
Multicultural differences are fairly obvious and can be disclosed spontaneously.
Frequent practice of the microskills and experience will make self-disclosure a natural part of your interviewing style.
Self-disclosure must include every aspect of your experience that the client needs to hear.
The frank disclosure of differences helps establish rapport and may be essential to building a trust relationship.


The frank disclosure of differences helps establish rapport and may be essential to building a trust relationship.

13

A word for positive stress is:
plusstress.
eustress.
topstress.
smartstress.


eustress.

14

Which one of the following does NOT belong in the "1-2-3" strategic model for using influencing skills?

Follow an appropriate treatment plan and structure the session.
Listen to the client and be sure you understand where he or she is coming from and whether they know what to expect.
Select a relevant influencing strategy, keep it brief, and time it appropriately to meet client needs.
Observe the client response to your intervention. Check-out its usefulness.


Follow an appropriate treatment plan and structure the session.

15

Self-disclosure of who you really are can be helpful in those situations in which you have not "been there". True or false.

True. open discussion, some self-disclosure on your part, and exploration of differences may be essential to building trust and rapport.

16

If you are significantly different from the client on any dimension of the RESPECTFUL model, the differences do not necessarily need to be discussed. True or False

False. Self-disclosure can encourage client talk, create additional trust btw counselor and client, and establish a more equal relationship.

17

What is countertransference?

Unwise conscious or unconscious entanglement with the clients' issues, causing the boundaries btw you and the client to be violated. It can also occur when the counselor starts talking about something irrelevant and untimely (distant from client concerns)

18

Keep self-disclosures ____ and ____, and then turn the focus to the client.

short; succinct

19

What are the five skills of self-disclosure?

Listen; self-disclose and share briefly; Use "I" statements; share and describe briefly your thoughts, feelings, or behaviors; be empathically genuine and use appropriate immediacy and tense

20

Clients may improve or change which of the following based on the therapist's feedback:
a. feelings,
b. thoughts,
c. behaviors
d. all of the above

all of the above

21

Define Feedback.

Is when counselors present clients with clear, nonjudgmental info on how they believe the clients are feeling, thinking, or behaving and how significant others may view them or their performance

22

What is positive feedback?

Positive, concrete feedback helps clients restore their problems and concerns. Find things right about your client whenever possible. Help clients discover their wellness strengths, positive assets, and useful resources.

23

What is corrective feedback?

a delicate balance btw negative feedback and positive suggestions for the future. Used when clients need to seriously examine themselves. Helps focus on things they are doing wrong or envier that may hurt them in the future.

24

What is negative feedback?

Necessary when the client has not been willing to hear corrective feedback. Includes the negative consequences that the client's actions can bring.

25

It is the responsibility of the counselor to give negative feedback when warranted, though listening to the client's point of view is still important. True or False.

True

26

Involving yourself too early with self-disclosure and feedback may do all but which of the following?
a. create the potential for positive change
b. foster dependency
c. potentially mislead clients
d. distance clients

a. create the potential for positive change

27

What are the components of the "1-2-3" Pattern?

1. Listen, 2. Assess and Influence, 3. Check out and Observe Client Response