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If a client is dealing with musturbatory philosophies such as "I should be perfect for anyone to like me," an REBT therapist would:
-Attempt to understand the subjective being of the client.
-Explore the client's past history in detail.
-Help the client to surrender these faulty beliefs and create rational ones.
-Develop a treatment plan.
Help the client to surrender these faulty beliefs and create rational ones.
The relationship of the therapist to the client is of considerable importance in the existential approach because:
-It supports the role of the therapist as teacher.
-It is, in itself, a stimulus for positive change.
-It promotes transference, enabling insight.
-It assists in the process of setting goals.
It is, in itself, a stimulus for positive change.
The Gestalt approach to dream work is to:
-Interpret the dream.
-Analyze the dream.
-Relive the dream as if it were happening now.
-Gestalt therapy does not deal with dream work.
Relive the dream as if it were happening now.
Johari's windows model of group interaction dictates that in a group setting, it is best to expand:
-The open window
-The inner window
-The closed window
-The blind window
The open window
Why is reflection employed?
-To elicit memories
-To increase trust
-To encourage perspective
-To establish credibility
To increase trust
The existentialists postulate that part of the human condition is the experience of aloneness. This sense of isolation comes from recognition of what?
-We have failed in developing lasting, positive relationships.
-We do not hear or listen to what someone is saying the first time.
-We cannot depend on others for our own confirmation.
-We need the feeling of aloneness for catharsis and self-determination.
We cannot depend on others for our own confirmation.
When you are conscious of two opposite types of personalities functioning (say one that is good and one that is bad), you are in touch with:
If your client is really interested in what you are saying, you would see these characteristics:
-Eye contact, forward leaning posture, and pupil dilation.
-No significant eye contact, straight posture, and pupil contraction.
-Some eye contact, leaning forward, and pupil contraction.
-Continual eye contact, leaning forward, and pupil dilation.
Eye contact, forward leaning posture, and pupil dilation.
Obsessive-compulsive disorders develop at which stage of personality development?
In Erikson's psychosocial stages of development, each stage presents a conflict which the individual must resolve before advancing to the next stage. Which conflict is associated with Erickson's fourth stage - the school age?
-Identity vs. role confusion
-Intimacy vs. isolation
-Integrity vs. despair
-Industry vs. inferiority
Industry vs. inferiority