CCOU 304 Quiz 3 Transitions

CCOU 304 Quiz 3: Life Transitions

  1. True or False: The Scriptures should actively shape how we pray.
  2. True or False: God wants us to cry out to Him for help.
  3. True or False: As we counsel, we must actively lead towards a particular end.
  4. True or False: Childhood and adolescence are periods oftentimes marked by significant change in a young woman.
  5. True or False: It’s OK to help others with their needs even without addressing our own.
  6. Which of these was not one of the six “L’s” of the counseling process given in our text?
  7. True or False: We would counsel a twenty-year-old woman differently than a sixty-year-old woman based on her life stage.
  8. What is listed as the most common source of potential struggles for young adults?
  9. True or False: Most people come to counseling because they’ve figured out a solution to their problems and just need help putting into practice.
  10. Which of these was not a way that Welch encouraged us to recognize help as it comes?

Set 2

  1. True or false: We should not offer help for those with disabilities, in case we insult them.
  2. True or false: It is helpful to consider even ordinary tasks when trying to help someone with chronic pain.
  3. What should be our standard for our emotions?
  4. True or false: We have a choice in how we think and act in response to our emotions.
  5. What is the source of our emotions?
  6. Which of these is not a thinking error:
  7. True or false: Communication with people in general is difficult for those who struggle with depression.
  8. It is important to think of disabled persons first as
  9. True or false: Chronic pain is usually easy to treat.
  10. Which of the following is not a type of change for those dealing with chronic pain that Bev Hislop lists?


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