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  1. Although feminist therapy addresses social and political issues pertaining to gender-role stereotyping, this apporach does not address most other forms of oppression
    F
  2. One of the goals of feminist therapy is to help women understand how sexist and oppresive societal beliefs and practices influence them in negative ways
    T
  3. A criticism of feminist therapy is that it was developed by white, middle class, heterosexual women
    T
  4. Therapist self-disclosure is reaely used in feminist therapy
    F
  5. Gender-role analysis involves a cooperative exploration by client and therapist of the impact of gender on the client's distress
    T
  6. In feminist therapy, cients are viewed as active participants in redefining themselves in the context of the therapeutic relationship, rather than the therapist being viewed as the best or 'expert' source
    T
  7. Feminist therapy is an approach that is applicable to women but not to men
    F
  8. Instead of being diverse, feminist practice is a single and unified approach to therapy
    F
  9. Women now are assuming positions of leadership in government and business, and this can be intepreted to mean that women no longer have difficulty making life decisions
    F
  10. It is probably accurate to say that in toeday's society barriers no longer stand int eh way of gender equity
    F
  11. Which branch of feminist therapy provides a model for critiqueing the value of other traditional and feminist approaches
    A postmodern feminism
    B lesbian feminism
    C global/international feminism
    D women of color feminism
    e none of the above
    A postmodern feminism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. All of the following are considered aspects of the 'third wave' of feminism perspectives except for
    A postmodern feminism
    B global/international feminism
    C lesbian feminism
    D cultural feminism
    E women of color feminism
    D Cultural feminism (2nd wave)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. All of the following are ways feminist therapy differs from traditional therapy except for
    A creating a therapeutic relationship that is egalitarian
    B recognition that clients know what is best for their life and are experts in their own life
    C viewing problems in sociopolitical and cultural context
    D demystifying the therapeutic process
    E accepting the premise that diagnosis is a basic prerequisite for effective treatment
    E accepting the premise that diagnosis is a basic prerequisite for effective treatment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. Which of the following interventions is least likely to be used by a feminist therapist?
    A analysis and interpretation of transference
    B sex-role analysis and intervention
    C power analysis and intervention
    D assertiveness training
    E encouraging clients to take social action
    A analysis and interpretation of transference
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. Which of the following is considered to be a major contribution feminists have made to the field of counseling
    A creation of a brief solution focused therapy approach
    B paving the way for gender-sensitive practice
    C pioneering research in the therapy process
    D all of the avove
    E integrating a diagnostic perspective in counseling practice
    B paving the way for gender-sensitive practice
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. The principle of 'the personal is political' implies that women's problems are
    A mainly socially, cultrually, and politically caused
    B best solved through adjustment to social and political norms and expectations
    C due ot the fac that women have traditionally been denied political power
    D primarily due to unresolved intrapsychic conflicts
    A mainly socially, cultrually, and politically caused
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. All of the following are considered to be constructs of feminist theory except being
    A interactionist
    B androcentric
    C flexible
    D life span oriented
    E gender neutral
    B androcentric
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. The feminist philosophy that emphasizes the differences bewteen women and men and views the goal of therapy as being the infusion of cooperative values in society is
    A postmoder feminism
    B liberal feminism
    C cultural feminism
    D social feminism
    C cultural feminism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. The feminist philosophy that emphasizes helping indivdiual women overcome the limits and constraints of their socialization problems is
    A liberal feminism
    B cultural feminism
    C social feminism
    D global/international feminism
    A liberal feminism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. this approach to feminism focuess on mulitple oppressions and ahs the goals of transforming social relationships and institutions
    A social feminism
    B radical feminism
    C liberal feminism
    D cultural feminism
    A social feminism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. Feminist therapists use self-disclosure to
    a equalize the client-therapist relationship
    b normalize women's collective experiences
    c empower clients
    d establish informed consent
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  22. Part of the feminist critique of assessment and diagnosis is that these procuedres
    a are often based on sexist assumptions
    b minimize the effect of environmental factors that influence behavior
    c provide different treatments to women and men who display similar symptoms
    d tend to reinforce gender-role stereotypes and encourage adjustment to the status quo
    e do all of the above
    e all of the above
  23. Which of the following is not considered to be a basic principle of feminist therapy
    A definitions of psychological distress and mental illness are based on teh DSM
    B commiment to social change
    C all types of oppression are recognized
    D counseling is based on a relationship that is egalitarian
    E the personal is political
    A definitions of psychological distress and mental illness are based on teh DSM
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. What perspective calls for feminist theory to include an analysis of mutliple identities and their relationship to oppression
    A cultural feminism
    B lesbian feminism
    C radical feminism
    D liberal feminism
    E postmodern feminism
    B lesbian feminism
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. Which of the following statements about feminist therapy is not true
    A feminist tehrapy differs from traiditonal therapy in a number of ways
    B therapy is relatively short term
    C women are encouraged to define themselves rather than being defined by societal demands
    D a goal is to replace the current patriarchal system with feminist consciousness
    E the model underlying practice tends to be static
    E the model underlying practice tends to be static
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. Narrative therapists believe new stories take hold only when there is an audience to appreciate and support such stories
    T
  27. One of the functions of a narrative therapist is to ask questions of the client, and, based on teh answers, generate further questions
    T
  28. The effective application of narrative therapy is primarily a function of a therapist being polished int eh use of techniques
    F
  29. Narrative practitioners encourage clients to avoid being reduced by totalizing descriptions of their identity
    T
  30. Narrative therapists pay more attention to a client's past than they do to the client's present and future
    F
  31. In solution focused therapy, gathering extensive information about a problem is a necessary step in helping cleints find a solution to the problem
    F
  32. Solution focused therapists assist clients in paying attention to the exceptions to their problem pattersns
    T
  33. Solution focused therapists use questions that presuppose change, posit mulitple answers, and remain goal directed and future oriented
    t
  34. In solution focused therapy, the role of the client is to create solutions based on his/her internal resources
    T
  35. Because solution focued therapy is designed to be brief, it is essential that therapists teach clients specific strategies for understanding their problems
    F
  36. Which of the following is true of narrative therapy and solution focused therapy
    A clients should adjust to social and cultraul norms
    B the client is an expert on his or her own life
    C for change to occcur, clients must first acquire insight into their problems
    D therapeutic relaitonship should be heirarchical
    E the therapists is the expert on the clients life
    B the client is an expert on his or her own life
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. A major goal of narrative therapy is to
    a shift from problem talk to solution talk
    b assist clients in designing creative solutions to their problems
    c invite clients to describe their experience in new and fresh language, and in doing this open up a new version of what is possible
    d ucnover a clients self-defeating cognitions
    e enable clients to gain clarity about hte ways their family of origin stilla ffects them today
    • c invite clients to describe their experience in new and fresh language,
    • and in doing this open up a new version of what is possible
  38. All of teh folowing are true of narrative therapy except for
    A viewing problems in a sociopolitical and cultural context
    B recognizing that clients know what is best for their life and are experts in their life and are experts in their own life
    C accepting the premise that diagnosis is a basic prerequisite for effective treatment
    D creating a therapeutic relaiotnship that is collaborative
    E assisting clients in developing an alternative life story
    C accepting the premise that diagnosis is a basic prerequisite for effective treatment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. Which of the following interventions is least likely to be used by a narrative therapist
    A externalizing consequences
    B power analysis and intervention
    C documenting the evidence
    D mapping the influence of a problem
    E the search for unique outcomes
    B power analysis and intervention
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. Which of these techniques is not used in solution focused therapy
    A exception questions
    B scaling questions
    C lifestyle assessment
    D formula first session task
    E miracle question
    C lifestyle assessment
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. A major strenght of both solution focused and narrative therapies is the
    A empirical evidence that has been collected on both approaches
    B attention given to how one's early history sheds light on understanding current problems
    C history taking procedures during the intake interview
    D use of questioning
    D use of questioning
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. Two of teh major foudners of Solution focused breif therapy are
    A Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer
    B John Walter and Jane Peller
    C Harelene Anderson and Harold Goolishan
    D Tom Anderson and Bill O'Hanlon
    E Michael White and David Epston
    A Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. Tow of the major founders of narrative therapy are
    A Harelene Anderson and Harold Goolishan
    B Insoo Kim Berg and Steve de Shazer
    C John Walter and Jane Peller
    D Michael White and David Epston
    E Tom Anderson and Bill O'Hanlon
    D Michael White and David Epston
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. The therapeutic process in solution focused brief therapy involves all of the following ecept for the notion
    A that therapists are experts in assessment and diagnosis
    B that clietns are teh experts on their own lives
    C of creating collaborative therapeutic relationships
    D that solutions evolve out of therapeutic conversations and dialogues
    E asking clinets about those times when their problems were not present or when teh problems were less severe
    A that therapists are experts in assessment and diagnosis
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. Which of the following is not a basic assumption guiding the practice of solution focused breif therapy
    A clients want to change, have the capacity to change, and are doing their best to make change happen
    B using techniques in therapy is a way of discounting clients' capacity to find his or her own way
    C there are advantages to a positive focus on solutions on the future
    D indivdiuals who come to therapy have the ability to effectively cope with their problems
    B using techniques in therapy is a way of discounting clients' capacity to find his or her own way
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. In solution focused therapy, which kind of relationship is characterized by the client and therapist jointly identifying a problem and solution to work toward
    A the complainant
    B compliant client
    C visitor
    D customer type relationship
    D customer type relationship
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. pretherapy change is a solution focused therapy technique that
    A is arrived at by asking clients about exceptions to their problems
    B involves the tehrapist offering clients ways they can change their persepctive on the problems that brought them to hterapy
    C asks clients to address changes that have taken place form the time they made an appointment to the first therapy session
    D is based on a series of tests that the client takes prior to beginning therapy to get baseline data
    C asks clients to address changes that have taken place form the time they made an appointment to the first therapy session
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. Which of these solution focused therapy techniques involves asking clients to describe life without the problem
    a the miracle question
    a the miracle question
  49. In narrative therapy, the process of finding evidence to bolster a new view of the person as competent enough to have stood up to or defeated the dominance or oppression f the problem refers to
    A exploring problem saturated stories
    B objectifying the problem
    C the initial assessment
    D the esearch for unique outcomes
    D the esearch for unique outcomes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. Which of the following statements about creating alternate stories is not true
    A constructing new stories goes hand in hand with deconstructing problem-saturated narratives
    B the narrative therapist listens for openings to new stories
    C the narrative therapist analyzes and interprets themeaning of a client's story
    D therapst works with clients collaboratively by helping them construct more coherent and comprehensive stories taht they live by
    E the development of alternative stories is an enactment of ultimate hope
    C the narrative therapist analyzes and interprets themeaning of a client's story
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. In family systems, The trend today is toward reliance on a single theroy of family therapy rather than using an integrative approach
    F
  52. the emergence of feminist and postmodern perspectives has moved the field of family therapy toward more egalitarian, collaborative, and coconstructing relationships
    T
  53. Experiential family therapy relies on teh expert use of directives aimed at changing dysfunctional patterns
    F
  54. A multi-lensed approach to family therapy is best supported by a collaborative therapist-client relationship
    T
  55. COnduting an assesment is one of the phases of the multi-lensed perspective in family therapy
    T
  56. Understanding family process is almost always facilitated by 'how' questions
    T
  57. In terms of assessment, it is useful to inquire about family perspectives on issues inherent in each of the lenses
    T
  58. The multi-lensed process of family therapy is similar to 'blueprints for therapy' as propposed by a metaframeworks model
    T
  59. The teleological lens is concerned with the study of final causes, goals, endpoints and purposes
    T
  60. Reframing is the art of putting what is nown in a new more useful persepctive
    T
  61. Which of the following family therapy models makes the most use of genograms, dealing with family of origin issues, and dtriangulating relationships
    A experiential family therapy
    B strategic therapy
    C Adlerian family therapy
    D Bowenian multigenerational family therapy
    E sturctural family therapy
    D Bowenian multigenerational family therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. Which of the following approaches ost often employs a co-therapist model, makes use of self-disclosure, uses the therapists self as change agent, and frequently uses confrontation
    A sturctural fmaily therapy
    B experiential family tehrapy
    C strategic therapy
    D Bowenian family therapy
    E Adlerian family therapy
    B experiential family tehrapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  63. Which of the following is not a key general movement of the multi-lensed approach to fmaily system s therapy
    A forming a relationship
    B facilitating change
    C conducting emprirical research to evaluate outcomes
    D hypothesizing and sharing meaning
    E conducting an assessement
    C conducting emprirical research to evaluate outcomes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  64. Differentiation of the self is the cornerstone of which theory?
    A strategic therapy
    B Adlerian family therapy
    C social constructionism
    D Bowenian family therapy
    E experiential family therapy
    D Bowenian family therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  65. Which of the following lenses addresses these questions: what goals do you have for yourself and for other people in the family? What purposes do you seem to have for how they behave?
    A the teleological lens
    B teh developmental lens
    C internal family systems
    D the organization lens
    E sequences
    A the teleological lens
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  66. What lens raises these types of questios: How does a typcial day go? Are there processes and patterns thtat characterize current or past transitions for the family? What routines support your daily liveing?
    A developmental lens
    B organization lens
    C sequences
    D the teleological lens
    E internal family systems
    C sequences
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  67. What lens deals with these questions: Are the parents effective leaders of the family? How do the children respon to parental leadership? Is the process of leadership balnced or imbalanced? Does it lead to harmony or conflict?
    A internal fmaily systems
    B sequences
    C developmental lens
    D organization lens
    E teleological lens
    D organization lens
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  68. What lens most addresses these questions: Where is the family in the family life cycle and how are they ahndling transitions? What relational processes have been developed over time nad how have they changed through transitional periods?
    A organization lens
    B teleological lens
    C developmental lens
    D sequences
    E internal fmaily systems
    C developmental lens
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  69. what best defines the focus of family therapy
    a most of the family therapies tend to be brief
    b family therapy tends to be solution focused
    c the focus is on here and now interactions in the family system
    d family therapy is generally action oriented
    e all of the above
    e all of the above
  70. Which of the following is not one of the 8 lenses of family systems therapy
    A developmental lens
    B gender lense
    C multicultural lens
    D process lens
    E cognitive behavioral lens
    E cognitive behavioral lens
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  71. Which of the follwing roles and functions owuld be most atypical for a structural family therapist
    A mapping the underlying structure of a fmaily
    B giving voice to the hterapists own impulses and fantasies
    C being a stage director
    D intervening in ways designed to transofrm an ineffective structure of a fmaily
    E joining the family in a position of leadership
    B giving voice to the hterapists own impulses and fantasies
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  72. Which of the folliwng is least associated with experiential family therapy
    A techniques gorw out of the spontaneous reactions to the present situation in therapy
    B it is therapists task to plan a strategy for solving the problems of each family member
    C it focuses on the here and now
    D it stresses the subjective needs of the individual in the family
    E it is an interactive process between a therapist and a fmaily
    B it is therapists task to plan a strategy for solving the problems of each family member
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  73. Directives and paradoxical procedures are most likely used in which approach to family therapy
    A multigenerational family therapy
    B Adlerian family therapy
    C strategic fmaily therapy
    D experiential family therapy
    structural family therapy
    C strategic fmaily therapy
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  74. Which approach to family therapy stresses the improtance of returning to ones family of origin to extricate oneslef from traingular relationships
    A strategic
    B Bowenian
    C experiential
    D structural
    E Adlerian
    B Bowenian
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  75. Which approach to family therapy stresses unlocking mistaken goals, investigating birth order and family constellation, and reeducation?
    A Bowenian
    B structural
    C Adlerian
    D experiential
    E strategic
    C Adlerian
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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