CEFS 506 Quiz Confrontation

CEFS 506 Quiz: Confrontation, Redemption, Professional Identity, and Ethics

  1. Which answer below is NOT one of the ethical concerns given regarding confrontation?
  2. When putting together your informed consent document for a client, what item should you include as part of that document?
  3. McMinn emphasizes that the counselorʼs motivation needs to be examined as the counselor confronts the client. What is a true statement based on that discussion?
  4. From the perspective of secular psychology, the concept of “sin” can best be described as
  5. The lectures reviewed Nouwenʼs concept of “hospitality” in counseling. What is true from that discussion?
  6. The lecture explained how psychology would accept the “concept of sin.” What is a true statement from that discussion?
  7. From McMinnʼs discussion on confrontation during counseling (as reviewed in the lecture) what is a true statement?
  8. From the lecture, there were several reasons why someone will have a resistance to confession. Which answer below is NOT one of those reasons?
  9. Based on McMinnʼs counseling “map,” the lecture posed a series of questions to help a counselor identify where the client was in terms of self/need/relationship. What is a true statement from that discussion?
  10. Which answer below describes what should be on the professional disclosure statement to the client?
  11. When a Christian counselor looks at the role of sin in client problems, what is a true statement?
  12. McMinn (as reviewed in the lectures) describes several ways to confront sin in the life of a counselee. What factors should a counselor take into account before choosing one of the confrontation techniques?
  13. Which list below provides the best response to the question of what ethical standards you are going to use in your practice of counseling?
  14. Which statement below is true concerning the “work of the Holy Spirit” in counseling?
  15. The lectures talked about counseling ethics guiding how we directly confront clients about their behavior. From that lecture, what is a true statement?
  16. From the lecture, in questioning yourself regarding ethical decision-making, which answer is NOT used?
  17. The lectures talked about attributional styles. What is true from that discussion?
  18. According to McMinn, ‘pondering” as a form of confrontation would be considered a gentle way to confront.
  19. As we consider “sin” as a factor in human problems and behavior, the perspective from psychology is that psychopathology, rather than a sin nature, is the cause of emotional problems.
  20. As we consider “sin” as a factor in human problems and behavior, the concept of external attribution would place the blame for human choices on the individual person.
  21. Clients with an internal attribution style, would primarily seek counseling to feel better about themselves, rather than confront and change their own problematic behavior.
  22. Christian counseling would conclude that change can happen without confronting sin.
  23. It is rarely helpful in counseling to confront a client about the clientʼs attribution style.
  24. Achieving genuine life change requires continued reflection with constant monitoring.
  25. The Rogerian concept contains three necessary conditions. Which choice below is NOT one of those three?
  26. In every culture throughout history, human beings have defined themselves by their
  27. Counseling is not client-centered.
  28. For our profession to thrive, we need to focus resources on professional development to keep Christian counseling grounded in the Scriptures and in effective spiritual practices.
  29. The _______________ Code of Ethics is becoming the standard of care for Christian counseling agencies in the United States and worldwide.
  30. A thorough and accurate assessment is essential in creating an effective treatment plan.
  31. is/are designed to create a social microcosm so counselors could encourage members to replace existing, self-destructive behaviors with new, healthy ones.
  32. Relationships hold great power for wounding and healing persons for one primary reason:
  33. Effective relationships are multifaceted, containing elements of encouragement and accountability.
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