COSC 501 Quiz 7

COSC 501 Quiz 7 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Some people are reluctant to engage in family therapy because:
  2. ____________ is a general term covering the process of identifying an emotional or behavioral problem and making a statement about the current status of a client.
  3. When a counselor works in a managed care system, client’s goals need to be:
  4. In ____________, sexist attitudes and patriarchal assumptions are examined for their impact on family relationships.
  5. Which of the following factors is NOT a best predictor of treatment outcome?
  6. Charles, a couples’ therapist, recently met with a new couple seeking his services. During their initial meeting, Charles learned that the wife and husband are both in individual therapy. As an ethical practitioner, he should:
  7. ____________ uses assessment to understand the client’s pattern of thinking and to identify self-defeating beliefs.
  8. Patricia, a family therapist, has adopted an egalitarian philosophy to guide her practice. A Korean couple comes to her to address concerns they have about their teenage daughter. When asked about their home life, they acknowledge that they hold traditional roles and values and that the household chores are entirely left to the females in the family. Patricia should:
  9. The acronym DSM-5 stands for:
  10. Competence in working with couples and families only comes with:
  11. ____________ believe that many symptoms stem from problems within the system rather than originating in the individual.
  12. Which of the practitioners described below would NOT be an effective family therapist?
  13. ____________ is raised in establishing criteria of psychosocial dysfunction, assessing the problems of the identified patient in the family context, and devising treatment strategies.
  14. Feminists remind us that patriarchy has:
  15. Empirical research _________the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as a primary factor contributing to psychotherapy outcomes.
  16. _____________, with regard to family-of-origin issues, is particularly critical for family therapists.
  17. Which of the following statements about differing perspectives on confidentiality with multiple clients is FALSE?
  18. Practitioners who argue AGAINST diagnosis:
  19. _____________ is a critical ethical issue in individual psychotherapy and a necessary part of the practice of couples and family therapy.
  20. In the case of domestic violence, clinicians agree that conducting couples therapy while there is ongoing domestic violence:

Set 2

  1. In the case of domestic violence, clinicians agree that conducting couples therapy while there is ongoing domestic violence:
  2. When a counselor works in a managed care system, client’s goals need to be:
  3. Maria, a Mexican American woman, will live with her parents until she marries. A culturally competent and sensitive counselor will understand that:
  4. According to professional ethical principles on testing, it would be unethical for a counselor to:
  5. Empirical research _________the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as a primary factor contributing to psychotherapy outcomes.
  6. Which of the following statements about differing perspectives on confidentiality with multiple clients is FALSE?
  7. Developing an approach to counseling is an ongoing and fluid process. Counselors in training tend to be drawn to a particular theory initially but modify it as they gain experience. Ultimately, your counseling orientation and style must:
  8. The acronym DSM-5 stands for:
  9. Key values such as collectivism, interdependence, family embeddedness and connectedness, hierarchies of relationship, and multigenerational perspectives are more familiar concepts in _________ cultures.
  10. ____________ believe that many symptoms stem from problems within the system rather than originating in the individual.
  11. ____________ were developed for a wide range of psychological disorders. Their success ushered in the movement toward empirically supported treatments and evidence-based practice.
  12. Charles, a couples’ therapist, recently met with a new couple seeking his services. During their initial meeting, Charles learned that the wife and husband are both in individual therapy. As an ethical practitioner, he should:
  13. _____________ is a critical ethical issue in individual psychotherapy and a necessary part of the practice of couples and family therapy.
  14. ____________ is raised in establishing criteria of psychosocial dysfunction, assessing the problems of the identified patient in the family context, and devising treatment strategies.
  15. Which of the following factors is NOT a best predictor of treatment outcome?
  16. In ____________, sexist attitudes and patriarchal assumptions are examined for their impact on family relationships.
  17. _____________, with regard to family-of-origin issues, is particularly critical for family therapists.
  18. Which of the following is NOT an issue that the dynamics of couples therapy often involves?
  19. Many believe it is wise to have a __________ when counseling couples due to the complexity of the work.
  20. Practitioners who argue AGAINST diagnosis:

Set 3

  1. Empirical research _________the centrality of the therapeutic relationship as a primary factor contributing to psychotherapy outcomes.
  2. ____________ believe that many symptoms stem from problems within the system rather than originating in the individual.
  3. Charles, a couples’ therapist, recently met with a new couple seeking his services. During their initial meeting, Charles learned that the wife and husband are both in individual therapy. As an ethical practitioner, he should:
  4. Practicing counseling without an explicit theoretical rationale is somewhat like:
  5. ____________ is a general term covering the process of identifying an emotional or behavioral problem and making a statement about the current status of a client.
  6. Maria, a Mexican American woman, will live with her parents until she marries. A culturally competent and sensitive counselor will understand that:
  7. The acronym DSM-5 stands for:
  8. Practitioners must have a clear understanding of ______________ and have a sense of the expected outcomes of their interventions.
  9. Patricia, a family therapist, has adopted an egalitarian philosophy to guide her practice. A Korean couple comes to her to address concerns they have about their teenage daughter. When asked about their home life, they acknowledge that they hold traditional roles and values and that the household chores are entirely left to the females in the family. Patricia should:
  10. Practitioners who argue AGAINST diagnosis:
  11. Which of the following is NOT an issue that the dynamics of couples therapy often involves?
  12. _____________ is a critical ethical issue in individual psychotherapy and a necessary part of the practice of couples and family therapy.
  13. According to professional ethical principles on testing, it would be unethical for a counselor to:
  14. In ____________, sexist attitudes and patriarchal assumptions are examined for their impact on family relationships.
  15. Which of the following statements about differing perspectives on confidentiality with multiple clients is FALSE?
  16. Some people are reluctant to engage in family therapy because:
  17. Competence in working with couples and families only comes with:
  18. ____________ consists of evaluating the relevant factors in a client’s life to identify themes for further exploration.
  19. ____________ were developed for a wide range of psychological disorders. Their success ushered in the movement toward empirically supported treatments and evidence-based practice.
  20. In the case of domestic violence, clinicians agree that conducting couples therapy while there is ongoing domestic violence:
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