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  1. The lifestyle assessment includes information based on
    a family consetllation
    b early recollections
    c birth order
    d mistaken, self-defeating perceptions
    e all of the above
    e all of the avove
  2. Which is the correct sequence of human experiencing from an Alderian persepctive
    A first we feel, then we think, then we act
    B first we act, then we feel, then we think
    C first we think, then we feel, then we act
    D first we feel, then we act, then we think
    e none of the above
    C first we think, then we feel, then we act
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Adlerieans could best be described as using which techniques
    A they fit a variety of techniques to the needs of the client
    B they are bound by a clear set of therapeutic techniques
    C they use strictly cognitive techniques
    D they have an aversion to using techniques because they see the therapeutic relationship alone as the healing factor
    E they use emotive and behavioral technique to get people to hink
    A they fit a variety of techniques to the needs of the client
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. How would the Adlerian therapist view the personal problems of clients
    A as the product of our innate tendencies toward self destruction
    B as the result of cultural conditioning
    C as the end result of a process of discouragement
    D as living with problem saturated stories
    e none of the above
    C as the end result of a process of discouragement
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. which of the following is not one of the four phases of the adlerian therapetuic process
    A reorientation and reeducation
    B teaching the client the process of free association
    C ecnouraging the development of self-understanding
    D conducting a comprehensive psychological assessment
    E establishing the proper therapeutic relationship
    B teaching th eclient the process of free association
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which term does not fit Adlerian therapy
    A teleological
    B deterministic
    C phenomenological
    D holistic
    E social
    B deterministic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. Which of the following does Adler not stress
    A unique style of life that is an expression of life goals
    B feelings of inferiority
    C the unity of personality
    D biological and instinctual drives
    E direction in which people are headed
    D biological and instinctual drives
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. The phenomenological orientation pays attention to the
    A manner in which biological and environmental forces that limit us
    B events that occur at various stages of life
    C way in which individuals perceive their world
    D internal dynamics that drive a person
    E way in which people interact with each other
    C way in which individuals perceive their world
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. The concept of fictional finalism refers to
    A an imagined central goal that guides a persons behavior
    B the hopeless stance that leads personal defeat
    C the process of assessing one's style of life
    D the interpretation that individuals give to life events
    E the manner in which people express their need to belong
    A an imagined central goal that guides a persons behavior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Adlerians consider which factor(s) to be influential in an individuals life
    a psychological position in the family
    b birth order
    c interactions among sibings
    d parent-child relationships
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  11. Adlerians value early recollections as an important clue to the understanding of
    A one's sexual and aggressive instincts
    B the origin of psychological trauma in early childhood
    C the bonding process between mother and child
    D the unconscious dynamics that motivate behavior
    E the individual's lifestyle
    E the individual's lifestyle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. The key concepts of the existential approach can be integrated into most therapetuic approaches
    T
  13. Existential therapists show wide latitude int he techniques they employ
    T
  14. According to Sarte, existential guilt is the consciousness of evadiing commitment to choose for ourselves
    T
  15. Existentialists maintain that our experience of aloneness is a result of our making inappropriate choices
    F
  16. Techniques are secondary in the therapeutic process, and a subjective understanding of the client is primary
    T
  17. To its credit, existential therapy is compatible with the trend toward evidence-based practice
    F
  18. In Existentialisim, Part of the human condition is that humans are both free and responsible
    T
  19. In existentialism, anxiety is best considered as neurotic manifestation; thus the prinipal aim of therapy is to eliminate anxiety
    G
  20. Emmy Van Deruzen has made significant contributions to the development of existential therapy in the UK through her writing and teaching
    T
  21. The Existential approach is a reaction against both psychoanalysis and behaviorism
    T
  22. Who is the person who developed logotherapy
    A Irvin Yalom
    B James Bugental
    C Emmy Van Duerzen
    D Rollo May
    E Victor Frankl
    E Victor Frankl
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Which is not a key concept of existential therapy
    A it is based on a well-defined set of techniques and procedures
    B it is based on a personal relationship between client and therapists
    C it stresses personal freedom in deciding one's fate
    D it places primary value on self-awareness
    e none of the above is a key concept
    A it is based on a well-defined set of techniques and procedures
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. The function of the Existential therapist is to
    A challenge the client's irrational beliefs
    B develop a specific treatment plan that can be objectively appraised
    C assist the client in working through transference
    D understand the clients subjective world
    E explore the clients past history in detail
    D understand hte client's subjective world
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. According to the existential view, anxiety is a
    A neurotic symptom that needs to be cures
    B result of faulty thinking
    C part of the human condition
    D result of repressed sexuality
    C part of the human condition
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Which of the following is not considered as one of Yalom's four 'givens of existence'
    A freedom and responsibility
    B meaninglessness
    C fictional finalism
    D existential isolation
    E death
    C fictional finalism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. What is the most crucial quality of a therapist in building an effective therapetuic relationship with a client
    A the therapists ability to diangose accurately
    B the therapists application of evidence based practices
    C the therapists authenticity
    D the therapists skill in using techniques
    E the therapists knowledge of theory
    C the therapists authenticity
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Who is the person who was the main American spokesperson of European Existential thinking as it applied to psychotherapy
    A Erik Erikson
    B Rudolf Dreikurs
    C Carl Jung
    D Rollo May
    e None of the above
    D Rollo May
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. In existentialism, guiltand anxiety are viewed as
    a behaviors tha are unrealistic
    b the result of traumatic situations in chidlhood
    c conditions that should be removed or cured
    d all of the abovie
    e none of teh above
    e none of the above
  30. The existential approach is based on
    A the philosophical concern with what it means to be fully human
    B scientific orientation
    C teaching learning model that stresses the didactic aspects of therapy
    D manualized approach to treatment
    E specific behaviors that can be assessed
    A the philosophical concern with what it means to be fully human
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  31. Existential therapy is basically a
    A cognitive approach
    B evidnce-based approach
    C behavioral approach
    D recent development of the psychoanalytic model
    E experiential and relational approach
    E experiential and relational method
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. Existential therapy places emphasis on
    A the quality of the client-therapist relationship
    B working through the transference relationship
    C teaching clients cogntivie and behavioral coping skills
    D uncovering early childhood traumatic events
    E systematic approach to changing behavior
    A the quality of the client-therapist relationship
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. The Central theme running through the works of Viktor Frankl is
    A overcoming our inferiority complex through striving for supeiority
    B the will to meaning
    C being thrown into the universe without purpose
    D that freedom is a myth
    E the importance of understanding one's family of origin
    B the will to meaning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. The existential therapist would probably agree that
    A we are alone if we are not loved by others
    B ultimately we are alone
    C aloneness is a sign of detachment
    D we are alone unless we have a religious faith
    E aloneness is a condition that needs to be cured
    B ultimately we are alone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. The concept of bad faith refers to
    A the failure to cooperate with the therapeutic venture
    B the experience of aloneness
    C leading an inauthentic existence
    D the unwillingness to search for meaning in life
    E not keeping up to date with paying one's therapist
    C leading an inauthentic existence
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Which of the folliwng is a limitation of the existential approach in working with culturally diverse client populations
    A the focus on finding meaning in one's life
    B the focus on I/Though relationship
    C the focus on understanding and accepting the client
    D the focus on one's own responsibility rather than on changing social conditions
    E the focus on death as a catalyst to living fully
    D the focus on one's own responsibility rather than on changing social conditions
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. Person-centered therapy is best described as a completed and fixed 'school' or model of therapy
    F
  38. In person centered therapy diagnosis of clients is seen as an important beginning point for therapy
    F
  39. A major contribution In person centered therapy has been teh willingness of Rogers to state his formulations as testable hypotheses and submit them to research
    T
  40. The person centered approach to group counseling is based on the assumption that the group members have the resourcefulness for positive movment without the facilitator assuming an active and directive role
    T
  41. In person centered therapy Directive procedures are called for when clients feel that they are 'stuck' in therapy
    F
  42. Natalie Rogers expanded on ehr father's theroy of creativity using the expressive arts to enhance personal growth for indivdiuals and groups
    T
  43. In person centered therapy the direction of therapy is the primary responsibility of the client, not the therapist
    T
  44. A limiation of In person centered therapy is that it is a long-term process
    F
  45. Methods of Natalie Roger's expressive arts therapy are based on psychoanalytic concepts
    F
  46. Interpretations by the therapists typicaly tend to interfere with client growth according to Rogers
    T
  47. In person-centered group counseling the role of the counselor is described as
    A teacher
    B director
    C coach
    D skilled group technician
    E facilitator
    E facilitator
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. Person centered therapy is a form of
    A psychoanalysis
    B both c and d
    C humanistic therapy
    D behavioral therapy
    E cogntive-oriented therapy
    C humanistic therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. Which of the following is considered improtant in person-centered therapy
    a accurate diagnosis
    b accurate therapist interpretation
    c analysis of the transference relationship
    d all of the above
    e none of teh above
    e none of the above
  50. Congruence refers to the therapists
    A genuineness
    B respect for clients
    C judgemental attitude
    D empathy for clients
    E psotive regard
    A genuineness
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. in person centered therapy, transference is
    A result of ineptness on the therapists part
    B not an essential or significant factor in the therapy process
    C neurotic distortion
    D core part of the therapeutic process
    E necessary, but not sufficient condition of therapy
    B not an essential or significant factor in the therapy process
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  52. The role of techniques in person centered counseling group is to
    A use structured exercises as a way to build trust in the group
    B use them as a way to help members resolve conflicts within the group
    C introduce techniques to help members reenact situations from their past
    D use techniques to encourage interaction among the participatns
    E avoid using techniques or exercises to get a group moving
    C introduce techniques to help members reenact situations from their past
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. In person-centered, Accurate empathetic understanding refers to the therapists ability to
    A objectively understand the dynamics of a client
    B sense the inner world of the client's subjective experience
    C like and care for the client
    D accurately diagnose the client's central problem
    B sense the inner world of the client's subjective experience
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. Which technique(s) is/are most often used int eh person-centered approach
    A interpretation
    B active listening and reflection
    C questioning and probing
    D analysis of reistsance
    E free association
    B active listening and reflection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. Which statement is most true of person-centered therapy
    A the skill a therapists possesses is more important than his or her attitude toward a client
    B therapists should direct the session when clients are silent
    C therapists should be judgmental at times
    D the techniques a therapists uses are less improtant than are his/her attitudes
    E a and b are true
    D the techniques a therapists uses are less improtant than are his/her attitudes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  56. Which of the following is a contribution of the person-centered view-point
    A both a and b are contributions
    B it relies on research to validate the conpcets and practices of the approach
    C it focuses on objective view of behavior
    D calls attention to the need to account for a person's inner experience
    E it provides the therapists with a variety of therapietuc techniques
    A both a and b are contributions
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  57. One strength of perons-centered approach is that
    A emphasizes reliving one's early childhood memories
    B therapists have the latitude to develop their own counseling style
    C it offers a wide range of cognitive techniques to change behavior
    D clients are given a concrete plan to follow
    E it teaches clients ways to explore the meaning of dreams
    B therapists have the latitude to develop their own counseling style
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. A limitation of person-centered apporach is
    A failure to allow clients to choose for themselves
    B tendency for practiioners to give support without challenging clients sufficiently
    C lack of attention to the therapeutic relationship
    D lack of research conducted on key concepts
    B tendency for practiioners to give support without challenging clients sufficiently
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. Rogers made a contribution to
    a developming the humanisitc movement in psychotherapy
    b pioneering research in the process and outcomes of therapy
    c fostering world peace
    d pioneering the encoutner-group movement
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  60. As a result of experiencing person-centered therapy, it is hypothesized that the client will move toward
    a self-trust
    b an internal source of evaluation
    c more open to experience
    d a willingness to continue growing
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  61. Uconditional positive regard refers to
    A accepting clients as worthy persons
    B approving of clients behavior
    C agreeing with clients values
    D accepting clients if they meet the need for therapists expectations
    E feeling a sense of liking for clients
    A accepting clients as worthy persons
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. Resistance refers to defenses we develop that prevent us from experiencing the present in full and real way
    T
  63. In Gestalt therapy Blocked energy can be considered a form of resistance
    T
  64. The basic goal of Gestalt therapy is adjustment to society
    F
  65. Recent trends in Gestalt practice include more emphasis on confrontation, more anonymity of the therapist, and increased reliance on techniques
    F
  66. In Gestalt therapy Dreams contain existential messages, and each peice of dream work leads to assimilation of disowned aspects of self
    T
  67. Gestatlt therapy is well suited for roup counseling, especially when there is a here and now emphasis in teh group
    T
  68. In Gestalt therapy One of the functions of the therapist is to pay attention to the clients body language
    T
  69. Gestalt therapies are primarily aimed at teaching clients to think rationally
    F
  70. A major fucntion fo the therapist is to make interpretations of clients behavior so that they can begin to think of their patterns
    F
  71. Perls contends that the most frequent source of unfinished business is resentment
    T
  72. The main founder of Gestalt therapy is
    A Fritz Perls
    B Albert Ellis
    C William Glasser
    D Carl Rogers
    e none of the above
    A Fritz Perls
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. Which is not true of Gestalt therapy
    A the focus is on the what and how of behavior
    B the focus is on the unfinished business of the past
    C the focus is on integrating fragmented parts of the personality
    D the focus is on the why of behavior
    E the focus is on the here and now
    D the focus is on the why of behavior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. Which of teh following is not a key concept of Gestalt therapy
    A acceptance of personal responsibility
    B awareness of the present moment
    C intellectual understanding of one's problems
    D unfinished business
    E dealing with the impasse
    C intellecutal understanding of one's problems
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  75. According to the Gestalt view awareness
    A is a necessary, but not sufficient condition for change
    B consists of understanding the cuases of ones problems
    C without specific behavioral change is useless
    D is by itself therapeutic
    D is by itself therapeutic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  76. The basic goal of Gestalt therapy is to help clients
    A challenge their philosophy of life
    B work through the transference relationship with the therapist
    C uncover unconcious motivations
    D recognize which ego state they are fucntioning in
    E move from environmental support to self-support
    E Move from environmental support to self supprot
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  77. In Gestalt therapy The impasse is the point in therapy in which clients
    a do not have external support available to them
    b expereince a sense of being stuck
    c are challenged to get into contact with their frustrations and accept whatever it is
    d do all of the above
    e do none of the above
    d do all of the above
  78. Gestalt therapy can best be characterized as
    A an action-oriented therapy
    B an insight therapy
    C an experiential therapy
    D all of the avove
    e none of teh above
    C an experiential therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  79. Gestalt therapy encourages clients to
    a experience feelings intensely
    b stay in the here and now
    c work through the impasse
    d pay attention to their own nonverbal messages
    e do all of the above
    e do all of the above
  80. The focus in Gestalt therapy is on
    A the relationshp between client and therapist
    B recognizing one's own projections and refusing to accept helplessness
    C free associating to the clients dreams
    D understanding why we feel as we do
    e all of the above
    B recognizing one's own projections and refusing to accept helplessness
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  81. A contribution of the Gestalt approach is that
    A stresses talking about problems
    B sheds light on transference
    C is primarily a cogntivie perspective
    D deals with the past in a lively manner
    D deals with the past in a lively manner
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  82. In Gestalt therapy, The process of distraction, which makes it difficult to maintain sustained contact is
    A introjection
    B deflection
    C projection
    D confluence
    E retroflection
    B deflection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  83. The process of turning back to ourselves what we would like to do to someone else is
    A confluence
    B deflection
    C projection
    D retroflection
    E introjection
    D retroflection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  84. The tendency to uncritically accept others beliefs without assimilating or internalizing them is
    A introjection
    B retroflection
    C projection
    D deflection
    E confluence
    A introjection
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  85. The process of blurring awareness ofthe boudnary between self and environment is
    A deflection
    B introjection
    C retroflection
    D confluencee
    E projection
    D confluence
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  86. What is a limitation/s of Gestalt thrapy as it is applied to working with culturally diverse populations
    a clients who have been culturally conditioned to be emotionally reserved may not see value in experiential techniques
    b clients may be 'put off' by the emphasis on expressing feelings
    c clients may be looking for specific advice on solving practical problems
    dclients may believe showing one's vulnerability is being weak
    e all of teh above
    e all of the above
  87. Operant conditioning was mainly developed by BF Skinner
    T
  88. Behavior therapitss look to current environmental events that maintain problem behaviors and help clients produce behavior change by changing environmental contingencies
    T
  89. The emphasis of contemporary bheavior therapy is on evidence-based treatments
    T
  90. Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)is based on helping clients control or change unpleasant sensations or thought
    F
  91. Behaviorla techniques can be effectively incorporated into group cousnelign format
    T
  92. Typcially in behavior therapies, the goals of therapeutic process are determined by the therapist
    F
  93. Beahvior therapists tend to be active and directive, and they function as conustlants and problem solvers
    T
  94. Multimodal therapy consists of a series of techniquest that are sused with all clients in much the same way
    F
  95. There is a growing trend towarding integrating cognitive and behavioral methods to help clients manage their own problems
    T
  96. A program of behavioral changeshoudl begin with a comprehensive assessment of teh client
    T
  97. Behavior therapy is grounded on
    A philosophical view of the human condition
    B psychodynamic aspects of a person
    C the principles of learning
    D the events of the first 5 years of life
    C the principles of learning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  98. Mindfuness and acceptance based approaches
    A have received empirical support as an effective form of therapy
    B have not yet been accepted into the bheavioral tradition
    C are part of traditional behavior therapy
    D have no research evidence to support the value of teh techniques used
    E have no legitimate place in behavior threapy
    A have received empirical support as an effective form of therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  99. In behavior therapy it is generally agreed that
    A goals are not necessary
    B the therapist should diecide the treatment goals
    C the client should decide treatment goals
    D goals of therapy are the same for all clients
    C the client should decide treatement goals
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  100. which is not true as it is applied to behavior therapy
    A a good working relationship beween client and therapists is necessary for bheavior change to occur
    B tehrapy is not complete uneless actions follow verbalizations
    C insight is necessary for behavior change to occur
    D therapy should focus on bheavior change and not attitude change
    C insight is necessary for behavior change to occur
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  101. According to most behavior therapists, a good working relationship betwen client and therapist is
    A necessary and sufficient condition for behavior change to occur
    B necesary, but not sufficient condition for behavior change to occur
    C neither a necessary nor sufficent condtion for behavior change to occur
    B necesary, but not sufficient condition for behavior change to occur
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  102. Applied behavior analysis makes use of
    A operant conditioning techniques
    B classical conditioning techniques
    C cognitive bheavioral techniques
    d all of the above
    e none of the above
    A operant conditioning techniques
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  103. Which of the following is not a key concept of behavior therapy
    A emphasis is on evidence based treatment procedures
    B present behavior is stressed mroe than past behavior
    C empashsis is on the role of insight in treamtent
    D emphasis is on action and experimenting with new bheaviors
    E behavior is learned through reinformcement
    C empashsis is on the role of insight in treamtent
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  104. Dialectical behavior therapy
    A has no empricial support for its validity
    B is a longerm therapy for treating depression
    C is a form of operant conditioning
    D is a promising blend of bheavioral and psychoanalytic techniques
    E is a form of classical conditioning
    D is a promising blend of bheavioral and psychoanalytic techniques
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  105. Which is not true of dialectical beahvior therapy (DBT)
    A DBT emphasizes the improtance of the client-therapist relationships
    B DBT was formulated for treating borderline personality disorders
    C DBT incorporates mindfulness training and Zen practices
    D DBT is a blend of Adlerian concepts and bheavioral techniques
    E DBT relies on empirical data to support it effectiveness
    D DBT is a blend of Adlerian concepts and bheavioral techniques
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  106. An exposure-based procedure that involves imaginal flooding, cognitive restructuing, and the induction of rapid, rythmic eye movements aimed at treamtne of trauma is
    E. EMDR
    E EMDR
  107. Prolonged/intense exposure--eitehr in real life or imagination--to highly anxiety-evoking stimuli is called
    A in vivo desensitization
    B flooding
    C self-management training
    D EMDR
    E systematic desensitization
    B flooding
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  108. A lmiitation of traditional behavior therapy is its
    A lack of clear concepts on which to base practice
    B overemphasis on early childhood experiences
    C de-emphasis on the role of feelings in therapy
    D disregard for the client-therapist relationship
    E lack of research to evaluate the effectiveness of its techniques
    C de-emphasis on teh role of feelings in therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  109. Contemporary behavior therapy places emphasis on
    A helping clients acquire insight into the cuases of their problems
    B the interplay betwen the indivdiual and the environment
    C workign throughthe transference relationship with therapist
    D encouraign clients to rexperience unfinsihed business with significant others by role-playing with them in the present
    E a phenomenological approach to udnerstanding the person
    B the interplay between the indivdiual and the environment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  110. Which is not true as it applies to multimodal therapy
    a therapetuic flexibility and versatility are valued highly
    b therapists adjust their procedures to effectively acheive the clients goals in tehrapy
    c great care is taken to fit the client to a predetermined type of treatment
    d the approach encourages technical eclecticism
    e the therepists makes a comprehensive assessment of the client's level of fucntioing at the outset of therapy
    c. great care is taken to tift the client to a predtermined type of treatment
  111. Which of the following is not considered one of the basic characteristics of contempoarary behavior therapy
    A therapy is an experiential and insight-oriented approach
    B experimentally derived principles of learning are systematically applied to help people change their maladaptive behaviors
    C there is an attempt to develop culture-specific procedures and obtain clients adherence and cooperation in a treatment program
    D focus in on assessing overt and covert behavior directly, identifying the problem, and evaluating change
    E emphasis is on using evidence based treatment interventions
    A therapy is an experiential and insight-oriented approach
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  112. REBT makes use of both cognitive and behavioral techniques, but it does not use emotive techniques
    F
  113. REBT stresses the improtance of teh therapist demonstrating unconditional positive regard for the client
    T
  114. Cogntive therapy for depression was developmed by Meichenbaum
    F
  115. REBT is a form of cognitive behavior therapy
    T
  116. Ellis shares Rogers' view of teh client-therapist relationship as a condition for change to occur within clients
    F
  117. Beck developed a procedure known as stress-inoculation training
    F
  118. According to Ellis, to feel worthwhile, human beings need love and acceptance from significant others
    F
  119. A difference between Beck's cogntive therapy and Ellis' REBT is that Beck places more emphasis on helping clients discover their misconceptions for themselves than does Ellis
    T
  120. According to Beck, people become distrubed when they label and eavluate themselves by a set of rules that are unrealistic
    T
  121. Rational emotive behavior therapy stresses
    A subjectivity, existential anxiety, self-acutalization, and being
    B thinking, juding, analyzing and doing
    C support, understanding, warmth and empahty
    D transference, dream analysis, uncovering the unconcious, and ealry experiences
    E awareness, unfinished business, impasse, and experiencing
    B thinking, juding, analyzing and doing
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  122. REBT is based on the philosophical assumption taht human beings are
    A potentially able to think rationally but have a tendency toward irrational thinking
    B innatelystriving for self-actualization
    C trying to develop a lifestyle to overcome feelings of basic inferiority
    D determine by storng conscious sexual and aggressive forces
    A potentially able to think rationally but have a tendency toward irrational thinking
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  123. REBT stresses that human beings
    A think without emoting
    B behave without emoting or thinking
    C emote without thinking
    D think, emote, and behave simultaneously
    D think, emote, and behave simultaneously
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  124. REBT veiws neurosis as the result of
    A irrational thinking and behaving
    B excessive feelings
    C inadequate motehring during infancey
    D failure to fulfill our existential needs
    A irrational thinking and behaving
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  125. In cognitive behavioral group therapy
    a there is some research that shows that this approach is effective for treating a wide range of emotaionl and bheavioral problems
    b the group leader assumes a blank screen demeanor so as to enhance transference feelings of teh mebers
    c the assumption is that a therapituc atmosphere is both necessary and sufficient for change
    d the group leader believes that using techniques interferes with the group process
    e the emphasis is on having members identify and express feelings
    • a there is some research that shows that this approach is effective for
    • treating a wide range of emotaionl and bheavioral problems
  126. REBT contends that people
    A need to be accepted by most people
    B do not need to be accepted and loved
    C have need to be loved and accepted by everyone
    D will become emotionally sick if they are rejected
    E need to be accepted and will become sick if they are rejected
    B do not need to be accepted and loved
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  127. According to REBT we develop emotional disturbances because of
    A our bliefs about certain events
    B abandomnet by those we depend on for support
    C withdrawal of lvoe and acceptance
    D traumatic event
    A our bliefs about certain events
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  128. According to REBT, a personal client therapist relationship is
    A neither necessary nor sufficent for chagne to occur
    B necessary and sufficent for change to occur
    C necessary but not sufficeient for change to occur
    A neither necessary nor sufficent for chagne to occur
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  129. In cognitvie therapy the assumption is that psychological problems stem from processes such as
    a faulthy thinking
    b making incorrect inferences on the basis of inadequate or incorret information
    c failing to distinguish between fantasy and reality
    d negative automatic thoughts
    e all of teh above
    e all of the above
  130. Cognitive therapy is based on the assumption that
    A insight is essential for any type of change to occur
    B the best way to change thinking is to reexperience past emotional traumas in teh ehre and now
    C cognitions are the major determinants of how we feel or act
    D our feelings determine our actions
    E our feelings determine our thoughts
    C cognitions are the major determinants of how we feel or act
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  131. In cogntive therapy, techniques are designed to
    A teach clients how think only positive thoughts
    B help clients experience their feelings more intensely
    C identify and test clients misconceptions and faulty assumptions
    D assist clients in substituting rational beliefs for irrational beliefs
    E enable clients to deal with their existential loneliness
    C identify and test clients misconceptions and faulty assumptions
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  132. The type of cognitive error that involves thinking and interpreting in all or nothing thinking  terms or categorizing experiences in either-or extremes is knows as
    A magnification and exaggeration
    B polarized thinking
    C arbitrary inference
    D overgeneralization
    e none of teh above
    B polarized thinking
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  133. Becks' cognitive therapy differs from Ellis' REBT in that Beck emphasis
    a socratic dialogue
    b helping clients discover tehir misconceptions by themselves
    c working with the client in collaborative ways
    d more structure in the therapeutic process
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  134. Beck's cognitive therapy has been most widely applied to the treatment of
    A depression
    B psychosomatic reactions
    C cardiovascular disorders
    D phobias
    E stress symptoms
    A Depression
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  135. In Meichenbuams' self-instructional therapy, which of the following is given primary improtance
    A the role of inner speech
    B identifying cogntive errors
    C learning the ABC model of emotional disturbances
    D exploring feelings that are attached to early decisions
    E detecting and deatin girrational thoughts
    C learning the ABC model of emotional disturbances
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  136. In reality therapy, what is improtant is tnot he way the real world exists but the way we perceive the world to exist
    T
  137. Choice theroy is the frameowrk for the practice of reality therapy
    T
  138. A good way to change beahvior In reality therapy, is for us to be self-critical
    F
  139. In reality therapy, it is important to explore the past as a way to change current behavior
    F
  140. One of the therapists fucntions is to make judgments about clients present behavior
    F
  141. The focus of reality thrapy is on attitudes and feelings
    F
  142. The use of contracts is often part of reality therapy
    T
  143. Reality thrapy is gorunde don some existential concepts
    T
  144. IIn reality therapy, it is the client's responsibility to decide ont eh goals of therapy
    T
  145. In reality therapy, appropriate punishment is an effective way to change bheavior
    F
  146. The founder of reality therapy is
    A Albert Bandura
    B Robert Wubbolding
    C William Glasser
    D Albert Ellis
    E Joseph Wolpe
    C William Glasser
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  147. In reality therapy, insight
    A will come only with changed attitudes
    B is ncessary before behavior change can occur
    C is not necessary for producing behavior change
    C is not necessary for producing behavior change
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  148. The view of human nature underlying reality thrapy is
    a that we have a need for identiy
    b that we have the need to feel loved and to love others
    c that we need to feel worthwhile to ourselves and others
    d all of the above
    e none of the above
    d all of the above
  149. Which is not a key concept or reality therapy
    A responsibility
    B unconcious motivation
    C focus on the rpesent
    D involvement as part of the therapy process
    E self-evaluation
    B unconcious motivation
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  150. Which of the folloiwng is not ture of reality therapy
    A therapists do not accept excuses or blaming
    B punishment is eliminated
    C clients must make commitments
    D therapy is a didactic process
    E working through the transference relationship is essential for thrapy to occur
    E working through the transference relationship is essential for thrapy to occur
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  151. Regarding the goals of reality therapy,
    A it is the clients responsibility to decide goals
    B it is the thrapists responsibility to decide specific goals for clients
    C society must determine the proper goals for all clients
    D both c and d are true
    E the goals fo therapy should be universal to all clients
    A it is the client's responsibility to decide goals
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  152. concern ign the role and palce of evaluations in reality thrapy
    A therapists evaluations should be made only when clients ask for such feedback
    B value jdugments should not be a pat of reality therapy
    C it is the therapists fucntion to make an evaluation concernting the morality of the clients behavior
    D clients should make an evaluation concerning their own behavior
    D clients should make an evaluation concerning their own behavior
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  153. Which statement is not true of reality thrapy
    A planning is essential
    B it is based on a personal relationship
    C it focuese on attitude change as a prerequisite for behavior change
    D the focus is on the clients strenghts
    C it focuses on attitude change as a prerequisite for behavior change
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  154. Reality therapy was designed originally for working with
    A elementary school children
    B alcoholics
    C drug addicts
    D youthful offenders in detention facilities
    E people with marital conflicts
    D youthful offenders in detention facilities
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  155. Which of the following would not be used by a reality therapist
    A the search for causes of current problems
    B all of the aboe
    C hypnosis
    D analysis of the transference relationship
    E the analysis of dreams
    B all of the aboe
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  156. Which of the following statements is true as it applies to choice theroy
    A we can control the behavior of others by learnign to actively listen to them
    B we are controlled by the events that occur in our lives
    C we can control our feeligns more easily than our actions.
    D we are motivated completely by internal forces, and our bheavior is our best attempt to get what we want
    E behavior is the result of external forces
    D we are motivated completely by internal forces, and our bheavior is our best attempt to get what we want
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  157. According to Glasser, all of th follwoing are basic psychological needs except for
    A power
    B freedom
    C belonging
    D competition
    E fun
    D competition
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  158. Choice theroy tends to focus on
    A how the family system controls our decisions
    B the underlying casuses for feeling depressed or anxious
    C coming to a fuller understanding of the past
    D feeling and physiology
    E doing and thinking
    E doing and thinking
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  159. Sometimes it seems as though epople choose to be miserable (depressed), Glasser explains the dynamics of depressing as being based on
    a keeping anger under control
    b getting others to help us
    c excusing our unwillingess to do something more effective
    d all of the above
    e none of the above
    d all of teh above
  160. All of the following are procedures in reality therapy that are said to lead to change except for
    A focusing on current behavior
    B the therapists evaluating of the client's bheavior
    C the clients evaluating of his or her own behavior
    D the clients commiting to a plan of action
    E explroing wants, needs, and perceptions
    B the therapists evaluating of the client's bheavior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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