AUSAP Substance Use

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  1. What would be the addiction counselors case management responsibilities for a client who is lacking job skills?
    A. Help the client set up a job interview.
    B. refer the client for vocational counseling. 
    C. assess the clients employment skills.
    D. take an employment history.
    E. Help the client write a resume.
    B. refer the client for vocational counseling.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. Which of the following is the best way to communicate concern and caring for the client.
    A. demonstrating unconditional positive regard.
    B. Use of self disclosure.
    C. use of affectionate gestures.
    D. frequently reassuring the client.
    A. demonstrating unconditional positive regard.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Which words best characterize the changes that occur in an alcohol or drug abusers relationship with family, friends, and society as a result of the substance abuse?
    A. Withdrawal and isolation. 
    B. generous and fun loving.
    C. contempt and hostility.
    D. independence and self-reliance.
    E. immorality and sexual acting out.
    A. Withdrawal and isolation.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. During a session you notice that the client is getting progressively more agitated. You suspect a potential for violence unless something is done immediately. Your best course of action would be. 
    A. summarize the inappropriateness of the clients feelings.
    B. confront the clients behavior.
    C. instruct the client in relaxation techniques. 
    D. continue trying to solve problem.
    E. call for assistance.
    E. call for assistance.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. The provision of information concerning alcohol and other drug abuse and the available service and resources, is termed.
    A. client education
    B. case management
    C. consultation
    D. crisis intervention
    A. client education
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  6. A heavy barbiturate user who has steadily increased usage over many months realizes that it takes a lot of alcohol to get a "buzz". What pharmacological process does this illustrate? 
    A. increased tolerance
    B. substitution
    C. paradoxical effect
    D. decreased tolerance.
    E. potentiation
    A. increased tolerance
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  7. Which of the following statements are true?
    A. There is no need for a counselor to assist a client in making the initial referral contact once the client needs to be self-motivated to seek help
    B. A referral to an outside resource should be made only when there is a crisis.
    C. knowledge of alternative resources is not important for counselors
    D. Counselors should visit facilities to which they frequently make referrals.
    D. Counselors should visit facilities to which they frequently make referrals.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. When entering progress notes in the clinical record, the counselor must include all of the following, except:
    A. interpretations of progress without reference to directly observed behaviors.
    B. the clients current status.
    C. chronological documentation.
    D. Description of any changes in the condition of the client.
    E. interventions utilized by staff.
    A. interpretations of progress without reference to directly observed behaviors.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Which of the following drugs is not associated with physical withdrawal?
    A. narcotics and synthetic narcotics.
    B. barbiturates. 
    C. hallucinogens
    D. minor tranquilizers.
    E. All of the above
    C. hallucinogens
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Which of the following would be considered a consultation?
    A. an in-house staffing where client cases are reviewed.
    B. an individual session with counselor and supervisor.
    C. A meeting with probation officer.
    D. case discussion with the agency psychiatrist.
    E. All of the above.
    E. All of the above.
  11. In 1985, the issue of AIDS was targeted as a top priority for training and assistance to:
    A. counselors working with gay/lesbian populations
    B. Sexual abuse counselors
    C. All human services counselors.
    D. Medical professionals
    E. drug abuse treatment professionals
    E. drug abuse treatment professionals
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. A professional discipline is defined by:
    A. A common body of knowledge
    B. A code of ethics.
    C. A concern for their peers
    D. All of the above.
    E. none of the above.
    D. All of the above.
  13. Its important to consider the attributes that a dependent individual brings from the special population he ore she identifies with because:
    A. Such views influence the definition of dependence.
    B. such views influence the treatment outcome
    C. such views influence the likelihood of long-term sobriety. 
    D. All of the above.
    E. none of the above.
    D. All of the above.
  14. The word "abnormal" literally means behavior that:
    A. Deviates from societies norms
    B. is odd.
    C. is "away from the normal"
    D. interferes with the well-being of the individual.
    E. is undesirable
    C. is "away from the normal"
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. An inpatient medical unit is appropriate for treating an alcoholic who: 
    A. has no support system.
    B. drinks daily and has missed work
    C. has experienced blackouts.
    D. has experienced seizures.
    E. Has recently been arrested for felony offence.
    D. has experienced seizures.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. Chemical dependency effects people with varied personalities, cultures and lifestyles. To be effective in counseling these diverse populations, a counselor must:
    A. understand that skills, methods and goals need to be appropriate for the experience and lifestyle of the culturally different client. 
    B. Both A & B
    C. Both A & C
    D. understand his/her perceptions of addiction and realize that perceptions of others may differ.
    E. understand that external sociopolitical forces have limited influence on, culturally different groups. 
    C. Both A & C
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. Five basic counseling styles have been identified that define how a non-minority counselor might deal with a minority client. The style of counseling in which a counselor acts out the deep-seated prejudices that he/she has toward a minority group is known as:
    A. Overt Racism and Hostility.
    B. The "Culturally-Liberated" Counselor
    C. The ""Color-Blind" Counselor.
    D. Cultural Ignorance.
    E. Covert Prejudice.
    A. Overt Racism and Hostility.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. The term ""freebasing"" refers to:
    A. mixing cocaine with heroin
    B. sterilizing a needle prior to injection
    C. smoking cocaine that has been processed
    D. withdrawing from cocaine
    E. snorting cocaine
    C. smoking cocaine that has been processed
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. In a dysfunctional family system, the role which the eldest child generally plays is referred to as:
    A. The Hero.
    B. The Mascot.
    C. The Primary Enabler.
    D. The Lost Child.
    E. The Scapegoat.
    A. The Hero.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  20. Substances which can alter the normal course of body functions, including thoughts, moods and emotions are called:
    A. psychoactive drugs.
    B. drugs.
    C. vitamins.
    D. medicines.
    E. nutrients.
    A. psychoactive drugs.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. When assessing a client's past and present cocaine use, which of the following would indicate chronic abuse?
    A. insomnia and irritability
    B. compulsive use and loss of control
    C. all of the above
    D. paranoia
    E. problems with headaches, coughing and nosebleeds
    C. all of the above
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. In an initial interview, a client complains of extreme constipation and poor appetite. Such symptoms may point to addiction to which of the following drugs?
    A. alcohol
    B. non-barbiturate sedatives
    C. amphetamines
    D. narcotics
    E. diazepam
    D. narcotics
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Counselors who recognize that certain clinical problems continually upset them should consider which of the following?
    A. refer clients with these problems to other counselors
    B. explore their feelings with the client
    C. re-evaluate their expectations
    D. seek clinical supervision
    E. seek specialized training
    D. seek clinical supervision
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. The first contact that a potential client would have with an agency would likely be for the purpose of:
    A. family therapy
    B. treatment planning
    C. education
    D. screening
    E. psycho-social assessment
    D. screening
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. The intake process involves:
    A. completing the initial procedures for admission to a program
    B. making referrals to outside agencies
    C. collaborating with other professionals
    D. development of a treatment plan
    E. all of the above
    A. completing the initial procedures for admission to a program
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. The description of the client's rights typically occurs during the:
    A. intake
    B. screening
    C. referral
    D. orientation
    E. assessment
    D. orientation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  27. Of the following problems presented by an alcoholic or addicted client during an initial interview, which is most important as it applies to counseling?
    A. he cannot admit his alcoholism/addiction
    B. he is heavily in debt
    C. he has a poor family support system
    D. he was arrested for drunk driving
    E. all of his friends are heavy drinker/drug users
    A. he cannot admit his alcoholism/addiction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. When alcohol and barbiturates are taken together, what pharmacological effect are they likely to have?
    A. protagonistic
    B. tolerance
    C. antagonistic
    D. additive
    E. synergistic
    E. synergistic
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Experts refer to three stages of effective treatment for alcohol and drug problems. The first stage consists of medical-physical interventions, the second and third stages are:
    A. skill development and reinforcement
    B. psycho-social rehabilitation and after care
    C. family therapy and A.A./N.A
    D. vocational counseling and after care
    E. after care and A.A./N.A. meetings.
    B. psycho-social rehabilitation and after care
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. The most important criteria for client inclusion in group counseling is:
    A. motivation
    B. limited insight capability
    C. interpersonal problems only
    D. prior experience in individual counseling
    E. prior experience in group counseling
    A. motivation
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  31. Spouses of active alcoholics who do not receive treatment experience all of the following except:
    A. greater incidence of chemical dependency than spouses of non-alcoholics
    B. greater problems with co-workers than spouses of non-alcoholics
    C. greater incidence of depression than spouses of non-alcoholics
    D. greater incidence of physical illnesses than spouses of non-alcoholics
    E. greater skills at independent living than spouses of non-alcoholics
    E. greater skills at independent living than spouses of non-alcoholics
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  32. For the counselor, ""self -knowledge is important
    because:        

    A.     the counselor can then work to resolve his/her
    own vulnerable areas   
    B.     the counselor can then treat every client             
    C.     the counselor can then disclose their personal
    issues to clients 
    D.     the counselor cannot become emotionally affected
    by a client  
    E.      none of the above
    A.     the counselor can then work to resolve his/her
  33. During the screening process, a critical task that the
    counselor has is to:

    A.     engage the client's family in treatment 
    B.     establish rapport with the client               
    C.     develop a treatment plan           
    D.     complete a mental status exam               
    E.      consult with colleagues
    B.     establish rapport with the client
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. The completion of various forms, including releases of information, financial, and consent for treatment, happens during the client's:
    A. discharge
    B. psycho-social assessment
    C. case review
    D. intake
    E. orientation
    D. intake
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. The orientation process includes:
    A. providing the client with the information about the nature and goals of the treatment program
    B. providing the client with information about addiction
    C. determining a client's eligibility for admission
    D. collecting a substance abuse history from the client
    E. all of the above
    B. providing the client with information about addiction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. The method by which disulfiram (Antabuse) acts to deter the consumption of alcohol is:
    A. by increasing the rate at which alcohol is metabolized, thereby shortening the period of intoxication
    B. by decreasing the ability of alcohol to effect the brain and lead to intoxication
    C. by decreasing the body's ability to break down poisonous metabolites of alcohol
    D. by increasing adrenal gland output of adrenalin, causing flushing, difficulty breathing and dizziness, which causes the patient to get scared
    E. none of the above.
    C. by decreasing the body's ability to break down poisonous metabolites of alcohol
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. The majority of Americans use drugs to:
    A. have fun.
    B. work longer and harder.
    C. cope with stress.
    D. none of the above.
    E. All of the above.
    E. All of the above.
  38. When conducting an assessment, what is the counselor's primary focus?
    A. identifying the client's problems and needs, strengths and weaknesses
    B. having the client sign Release of Information forms
    C. exploring treatment options
    D. explaining the rules of the program
    E. confronting the client's denial
    A. identifying the client's problems and needs, strengths and weaknesses
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. Which of the following is an essential treatment goal during the first two to four weeks of sobriety?
    A. understanding one's family dynamics
    B. physical withdrawal from non-essential mood altering drugs
    C. developing new peer relationships
    D. resolving residual grief
    E. securing employment
    B. physical withdrawal from non-essential mood altering drugs
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. In the first stage of group development, the group focuses on:
    A. establishing a social pecking order
    B. negative comments and criticism
    C. conflict between group members
    D. acceptance and approval issues
    E. dominance and control
    D. acceptance and approval issues
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  41. As an alcoholic's or addict's chemical use progresses, he/she:
    A. become increasingly aware of feelings that are now disinhibited by the drug
    B. progressively loses touch with his/her emotional life
    C. loses touch with negative emotions
    D. is out of touch with feelings only when he/she is drinking or using
    E. is overwhelmed by an upsurge of emotions
    B. progressively loses touch with his/her emotional life
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. A counselor best communicates a non-judgmental attitude by:
    A. self-disclosures
    B. offering frequent reassurance
    C. direct confrontations
    D. analytic interpretations
    E. non-verbal behavior
    E. non-verbal behavior
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. The most essential ingredient in the case management process is:
    A. the mental status exam
    B. the discharge summary
    C. the social history
    D. the counselor's progress notes
    E. the after care treatment plan
    D. the counselor's progress notes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  44. A client informs you that he has frequent thoughts and plans of suicide. He says however, that if you tell anyone, he will definitely carry out the plan. As a counselor, you should:
    A. have him sign a release so his family can be notified
    B. formulate a protective treatment plan
    C. recommend hospitalization
    D. convince him that he is irrational
    E. conduct a family intervention
    B. formulate a protective treatment plan
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  45. Codeine, morphine and opium fall under which of the following drug classifications?
    A. narcotics
    B. inhalants
    C. depressants
    D. hallucinogens
    E. stimulants
    A. narcotics
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. Client education is usually provided in all of the following ways, except:
    A. self-help group lists
    B. films or videotapes
    C. reading materials
    D. formal classes
    E. uncovering the client's feelings about his/her addiction
    E. uncovering the client's feelings about his/her addiction
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. Referral pertains to:
    A. assisting a client to utilize the support systems and community resources available
    B. providing drug and alcohol information to clients
    C. identifying and ranking problems
    D. meeting with other professionals for discussions and planning
    E. attending an A.A. or N.A. meeting with a client
    A. assisting a client to utilize the support systems and community resources available
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. A ""Release of Information"" form must include, in addition to the client's name, address and date of birth, which of the following?
    A. a signature by a medical doctor
    B. the purpose of the release of information
    C. the staff member's social security number
    D. the client's social security number
    E. the client's ethnic background
    B. the purpose of the release of information
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  49. What are some of the effects of heroin use?

    A. increased energy and alertness, loss of appetite
    B. rapid pulse, headaches, loss of appetite
    C. relaxation, exaggerated laughter, altered sense of time
    D. changes in sensation, hallucinations, illusions
    E. euphoria followed by ""nodding"" and possible nausea
    E. euphoria followed by ""nodding"" and possible nausea
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  50. Relating with in-house and other professionals to assure comprehensive, quality care for the client describes the process of:

    A. counseling
    B. referral
    C. client education
    D. consultation
    E. assessment
    D. consultation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  51. A major concern regarding AIDS and IV drug users is:

    A. Direct transmission.
    B. Indirect transmission.
    C. Impaired judgment leading to risk behaviors.
    D. None of the above are true.
    E. All of the above are true.
    E. All of the above are true.
  52. Which of the following does not define ethics?

    A. The legal issues of counseling.
    B. Rules of conduct.
    C. The nature of the right.
    D. The science of the good.
    E. Principles of morality.
    A. The legal issues of counseling.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  53. When developing treatment needs for any individual, a therapist must take into account how a person ___, ___ and ___in order to effect change.

    A. thinks, feels, and behaves.
    B. learns, tries, does.
    C. understands, learns, chooses.
    D. acts, reacts, and changes.
    E. All of the above are correct.
    A. thinks, feels, and behaves.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  54. According to recent studies, what percentage of chemically dependent clients also suffer from an underlying psychiatric disorder?

    A. 45%
    B. 80%
    C. 65%
    D. 20%
    E. 50%
    C. 65%
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  55. The use of a drug in some socially prescribed fashion is referred to as:

    A. drug misuse.
    B. drug abuse.
    C. drug use.
    D. drug dependence.
    E. drug therapy.
    C. drug use.
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  56. Which of the following terms refers to a mental condition of relatively short duration?

    A. responsive.
    B. episodic.
    C. chronic.
    D. acute
    E. factitious.
    D. acute
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  57. Hippocrates erroneously held which of the following beliefs?

    A. The brain is the central organ of human activity.
    B. Heredity may cause mental abnormality.
    C. Dreams are important in understanding the personality.
    D. There are basically four types of body fluids which determine mental functioning.
    E. Head injuries may cause sensory and motor disorders.
    D. There are basically four types of body fluids which determine mental functioning.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  58. Multi-cultural means:

    A. understanding more than one culture AND growing up with more than one cultural orientation.
    B. understanding more than one culture.
    C. living in a country with more than one cultural orientation.
    D. growing up with more than one cultural orientation
    E. understanding more than one culture AND living in a country with more than one cultural orientation.
    D. growing up with more than one cultural orientation
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  59. An example of drug misuse would be:


    A. combining alcohol with other depressant drugs.
    B. using small amounts of alcohol to aid sleep.
    C. taking prescribed medicines under a doctors care.
    D. all of the above.
    E. none of the above.
    A. combining alcohol with other depressant drugs.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  60. The interpersonal style in which a member of a minority group is neither accepting nor rejecting of his/her cultural identity is known as:

    A. The Cultural-Immersed interpersonal Style.
    B. The Acculturated Interpersonal Style.
    C. The Bi-Cultural Interpersonal Style.
    D. The Traditional Interpersonal Style.
    E. None of the above.
    D. The Traditional Interpersonal Style.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  61. In a dysfunctional family system, the role which the youngest child generally plays is referred to as:

    A. The Hero.
    B. The Mascot.
    C. The Lost Child.
    D. The Scapegoat.
    E. The Primary Enabler.
    C. The Lost Child.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  62. Narcotic drugs:

    A. kill pain.
    B. depress the central nervous system.
    C. induce sleep.
    D. none of the above.
    E. all of the above
    E. all of the above
  63. Why do counselors benefit from having a theoretical basis from which to work?

    A. They find it easier to show empathy
    B. They can effectively deal with transferential issues
    C. They are better equipped to diagnose drug dependence
    D. The are more likely to gain the respect of the client
    E. They find it easier to organize information that may help improve performance
    E. They find it easier to organize information that may help improve performance
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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