CCOU 202 Exam 1

CCOU 202 Exam 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The Holy Spirit transforms us from the outside in.
  2. The Integrationists view involves:
  3. According to the Horton article, Friesen states that the “way of wisdom” approach utilizes:
  4. Psychology without consideration for the whole soul is prone to compartmentalization and fragmentation.
  5. The “therapeutic triad” or “golden triad” consists of warmth, genuineness, and honesty.
  6. Rogers, Gendlin, Kiesler and Truax (1967) suggest clients improve when counselors show high levels of:
  7. To win our clients trust we must prove to them that counseling theories can be trusted.
  8. Change is an incremental, slow process.
  9. Truly helpful counselors are those that typically have never experienced suffering in their lives.
  10. Eclectic means “drawn from many sources.”
  11. The most effective counselors are those who
  12. The following are important factors in theological reflection.
  13. Counseling is easy to define because it has very few meanings.
  14. Pneumatology is the doctrine of:
  15. Which is not true of the three levels of goals in counseling?
  16. Christian soul care is a journey characterized by:
  17. The authors describe suffering as the “royal road” to experiencing the deeper things of God.
  18. According to Dr. Clinton, salvation is both the end and the means to therapeutic change in Christian counseling.
  19. Mood stabilizers are used to treat bipolar disorder.
  20. Which is not true about empathy in the counseling relationship?
  21. Traditionally, most mental health providers are interested in matters of religion and faith.
  22. Counselors who are unintentional in building a worldview grounded in biblical and theological truth are far less likely to assemble assumptions in conflicted bits and pieces.
  23. Most people do not want to change because:
  24. The limbic system of the brain is responsible for:
  25. When did evil come into the world?
  26. According to the Horton article, Friesen states that the “wisdom approach” to knowing God’s will advocates:
  27. Christian counseling is believing that the care and cure of souls is the work of:
  28. The A-B-C process in cognitive therapy stands for:
  29. Which is not a basic principle of behavioral change?
  30. The TFA system focuses on how people talk, feel, and act.
  31. Counselors help clients find meaning and redemption through their difficulties.
  32. Most Nouthetic counseling is rooted in:
  33. To win our clients trust we must prove to them that counseling theories can be trusted.
  34. It is possible for a counselor to be empathetic without being a good listener.
  35. Neurotransmitters are referred to as the cell phones that the nerves use to talk with each other.
  36. Christians can lose their sense of experiencing God as their “first love” in the midst of the routines of the Christian life.
  37. Which is not an important quality of an effective counselor?
  38. According to Friesen, the “bulls-eye approach” to knowing God’s will theorizes:
  39. Consent in the counseling relationship is:
  40. Why is “schoolism” a problem?
  41. The goal of Christian formation is for our lives to mirror the character of a healthy counselor.
  42. At the core of all true Christian helping is the influence of the:
  43. Community involves living less attached to a body of believers.
  44. Self-talk is what we say to ourselves in our minds.
  45. Clinton and Ohlschlager hold that the Church:
  46. Which is considered nonverbal communication?
  47. Which is not a primary school of counseling?
  48. Second to client variables, the best predictor of effective psychotherapy is:
  49. Community involves living less attached to a body of believers.
  50. Grasping the idea of a certain future secured for us through the finished work of Jesus Christ removes:

Set 2

  1. Spiritual disciplines are:
  2. According to Friesen, the “bulls-eye approach” to knowing God’s will theorizes:
  3. Training involves you arranging your life around particular practices that empower you to do what you now cannot do by direct effort.
  4. Which is not a basic principle of behavioral change?
  5. SOLER stands for:
  6. The A-B-C process in cognitive therapy stands for:
  7. Eclectic means “drawn from many sources.”
  8. When did evil come into the world?
  9. Jesus not only listened to the Father, but He spent time alone with the Father.
  10. The goal of Christian counseling is:
  11. The prefrontal cortex controls:
  12. According to Dr. Clinton, salvation is both the end and the means to therapeutic change in Christian counseling.
  13. Hurting people are suffering from emotional and relational wounds.
  14. Which is not a spiritual discipline?
  15. Which is not an important quality of an effective counselor?
  16. Satan is considered the accuser and the enemy.
  17. The “therapeutic triad” or “golden triad” consists of warmth, genuineness, and honesty.
  18. All Christian counselors should see themselves as an apprentice to Christ.
  19. Mood stabilizers are used to treat bipolar disorder.
  20. Clinton and Ohlschlager hold that the Church:
  21. The Bible speaks to basic life issues.
  22. Which is not a primary school of counseling?
  23. Which is not true about empathy in the counseling relationship?
  24. The spirit of idolatry is looking to someone else or something else other than God for fulfillment.
  25. A cause of bondage is habituated thoughts rooted in error.
  26. What needs to be focused on in order to help people change?
  27. Homework outside of counseling promotes growth in between sessions.
  28. It is possible for a counselor to be empathetic without being a good listener.
  29. Second to client variables, the best predictor of effective psychotherapy is:
  30. Pnematology is the doctrine of:
  31. Most people do not want to change because:
  32. Which is not an internal transformation?
  33. Which is not involved in spiritual warfare?
  34. According to the Horton article, Friesen states that the “way of wisdom” approach utilizes:
  35. When we are angry or anxious we are sometimes tempted to do which of the following?
  36. Why is “schoolism” a problem?
  37. The TFA system focuses on how people talk, feel, and act.
  38. According to Dr. Ron Hawkins, the two seeds at work in the universe are:
  39. The limbic system of the brain is responsible for:
  40. Consent in the counseling relationship is:
  41. According to Clinton and Ohlschlager, effective Christian counselors must combine empirically supported treatment approaches with Christian spiritual formation.
  42. Christian soul care is a journey characterized by:
  43. The most effective counselors are those who
  44. Acknowledging a crisis is a critical step towards real change.
  45. Christians can lose their sense of experiencing God as their “first love” in the midst of the routines of the Christian life.
  46. The highest calling is conforming to the image of the Church.
  47. Which is not true of the three levels of goals in counseling?
  48. Change is an incremental, slow process.
  49. A habit is an example of an external transformation.
  50. What needs to happen in order to achieve real change?

Set 3

  1. The “therapeutic triad” or “golden triad” consists of warmth, genuineness, and honesty.
  2. Which characterizes active listening skills?
  3. What needs to happen in order to achieve real change?
  4. Neurotransmitters aid in the communication between the various brain cells.
  5. SOLER stands for:
  6. When did evil come into the world?
  7. Mood stabilizers are used to treat bipolar disorder.
  8. Which is not an internal transformation?
  9. Which is not an important quality of an effective counselor?
  10. Second to client variables, the best predictor of effective psychotherapy is:
  11. Bondage is rooted in temporary systems.
  12. Which is true about compassion as it relates to counseling?
  13. The highest calling is conforming to the image of the Church.
  14. Consent in the counseling relationship is:
  15. Counselors help clients find meaning and redemption through their difficulties.
  16. According to the Horton article, Friesen states that the “way of wisdom” approach utilizes:
  17. When we are angry or anxious we are sometimes tempted to do which of the following?
  18. Which is not a reason for the resurgence of spirituality?
  19. Jesus not only listened to the Father, but He spent time alone with the Father.
  20. According to Clinton and Ohlschlager, psychotherapy needs to accompany medication in treating psychological issues.
  21. A cause of bondage is habituated thoughts rooted in error.
  22. Small changes are often insignificant.
  23. What needs to be focused on in order to help people change?
  24. According to the Horton article, Friesen states that the “wisdom approach” to knowing God’s will advocates:
  25. Why is “schoolism” a problem?
  26. Satan is not involved in our suffering.
  27. Eclectic means “drawn from many sources.”
  28. Which is not involved in spiritual warfare?
  29. Self-talk is what we say to ourselves in our minds.
  30. Which is not a basic principle of behavioral change?
  31. What is not true about nouthetic counseling?
  32. Pnematology is the doctrine of:
  33. Most people do not want to change because:
  34. According to Dr. Ron Hawkins, the two seeds at work in the universe are:
  35. Hurting people are suffering from emotional and relational wounds.
  36. Spiritual disciplines help to earn our salvation.
  37. Acknowledging a crisis is a critical step towards real change.
  38. Which is not a primary school of counseling?
  39. Christians can lose their sense of experiencing God as their “first love” in the midst of the routines of the Christian life.
  40. Which is true of the nature of spiritual growth?
  41. The goal of Christian counseling is:
  42. Change is an incremental, slow process.
  43. The A-B-C process in cognitive therapy stands for:
  44. Research shows that long-term psychotherapy:
  45. According to Clinton and Ohlschlager, counselors should:
  46. The Holy Spirit transforms us from the outside in.
  47. All Christian counselors should see themselves as an apprentice to Christ.
  48. The basis counselors use for evaluating the counselee is:
  49. Which is considered nonverbal communication?
  50. Training involves you arranging your life around particular practices that empower you to do what you now cannot do by direct effort.
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