CCOU 201 Exam 1

CCOU 201 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Wilson stated that ____% of interpersonal communication is non-verbal or ________ __________
  2. Examples of consequences of destructive faulty thinking include:
  3. We build empathy for clients with mental health issues when we consider the source of brokenness. Clinton identified that hurting individuals are often seeking to fill a sense of __________ as well as searching for meaning, purpose, and
  4. Externalizing the blame means to
  5. A professional counselor plays many roles in their profession. Which of the following does a counselor not have as a role in their profession?
  6. If a counselor’s spiritual gift is that of “Ruling”, he or she may
  7. According to Dr. Clinton, it is a myth that the quantity of time between parents and children is critical for relational connection. For parents to deeply invest in their children they should only concern themselves with quality time.
  8. According to the course text, which of the following is not a common mistake made during counseling:
  9. Which of the following, according to Clinton, Ohlschlager, and Centore, is not one of the Chalcedonian patterns of logic that attempts to explain the relationship between theology and psychology?
  10. Wilson emphasized that in session helpers effectively use self disclosure
  11. A lay counselor who is motivated to meet the practical needs of other people may be blessed with the gift of:
  12. True or False, it is important for a counselor to enter into each counseling session with the confidence that they are a counseling expert and that you know all of the techniques and steps to use with your clients.
  13. True or False: A counselor should have his or her intimacy needs sufficiently met before attempting to help clients with their inter-relational problems.
  14. Effective helpers, according to Wilson, enhance their effectiveness when they
  15. The price tag(s) for faulty thinking include:
  16. The Greek word for spiritual gifts is “charisma” and it comes from two root words “char” and “charis”, which mean:
  17. According to the text, what key concept about God’s being does Christian counseling reflect?
  18. According to the text, “Christian counseling and pastoral care are grounded upon the centrality of healing relationships with both ____________ and ___________ dimensions.”
  19. Depression is a major mental health issue and Clinton estimated that 20 % of Americans will struggle with it at some point during their life. He also reports that the occurrence of depression in women is ____ times more likely when compared to men.
  20. The sovereignty of God is reflected in the Bible in Psalm 139, which instructs that believers are known by God before they are born.
  21. According to the course text, which of the following problems are often reoccurring problems in individuals who struggle with them?
  22. Having emotional empathy for others may reflect the gift of
  23. Clinton estimated that one in ten people in a church congregation may be addicted to ____ .
  24. Wilson instructed that the R in her “GROW” Model encourages an effective counselor to be Real and maintain congruence between internal attitudes and external behavior.
  25. Wilson reinforced that warmth can be demonstrated in a session by a counselor’s frequent use of self-disclosed personal experiences applied to the client’s circumstances.

Set 2

  1. The price tag(s) for faulty thinking include:
  2. Having emotional empathy for others may reflect the gift of
  3. According to the course text, which of the following is not a common mistake made during counseling:
  4. A lay counselor who is motivated to meet the practical needs of other people may be blessed with the gift of:
  5. If a counselor’s spiritual gift is that of “Ruling”, he or she may
  6. The sovereignty of God is reflected in the Bible in Psalm 139, which instructs that believers are known by God before they are born.
  7. Examples of consequences of destructive faulty thinking include:
  8. True or False: A counselor should have his or her intimacy needs sufficiently met before attempting to help clients with their inter-relational problems.
  9. According to the lecture comparing Christian clinical or professional counseling to pastoral counseling, Sosin and Williams spoke consistently of a priority goal for both types of care. What statement below best describes that common goal?
  10. A professional counselor plays many roles in their profession. Which of the following does a counselor not have as a role in their profession?
  11. The counseling process involves helping people understand
  12. The Greek word for spiritual gifts is “charisma” and it comes from two root words “char” and “charis”, which mean:
  13. Wilson emphasized that in session helpers effectively use self disclosure
  14. Clinton estimated that one in ten people in a church congregation may be addicted to
  15. An individual who has the gift of prophecy/preaching:
  16. Wilson reinforced that warmth can be demonstrated in a session by a counselor’s frequent use of self-disclosed personal experiences applied to the client’s circumstances.
  17. According to the book, which of the following is not one of the authoritative foundations for competent Christian counseling:
  18. Which of the following, according to Clinton, Ohlschlager, and Centore, is not one of the Chalcedonian patterns of logic that attempts to explain the relationship between theology and psychology?
  19. According to Dr. Clinton, it is a myth that the quantity of time between parents and children is critical for relational connection. For parents to deeply invest in their children they should only concern themselves with quality time.
  20. The spiritual gift of teaching must be balanced with
  21. According to Sosin and Williams, which statement best describes the difference between clinical or professional counseling and pastoral counseling?
  22. According to the text, what key concept about God’s being does Christian counseling reflect?
  23. According to the text, “Christian counseling and pastoral care are grounded upon the centrality of healing relationships with both ____________ and ___________ dimensions.”
  24. Wilson instructed that the R in her “GROW” Model encourages an effective counselor to be Real and maintain congruence between internal attitudes and external behavior.
  25. Based on Wilson’s “GROW” Model being respectful as an effective helper involves
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