COSC 501 Quiz 8

COSC 501 Quiz 8 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. ____________ refers to “the fair and equitable distribution of power, resources, and obligations in society to all people, regardless of race, gender, ability, status, sexual orientation, and religious or spiritual background.”
  2. Counselors can encourage ethnic minority clients to learn skills they can use to interact successfully with various forces in their community by acting as their:
  3. Prevention programs that help people develop a wider range of competencies, such as interpersonal skills training or marriage education, are considered:
  4. Nakita is an African-American mother with four children who has had difficulty finding housing in a safe community. Lisa, her social worker, suspects that racial discrimination is involved and takes Nakita to sites that she has previously screened for availability. In this case, Lisa is acting as an:
  5. Counselors ____________ when they use their skills in helping clients challenge institutional barriers that impede their personal, social, academic, or career goals.
  6. People with traumatic brain injuries, paranoid individuals, hypochondriacs, those who are actively addicted to drugs or alcohol, acutely psychotic individuals, and antisocial personalities are considered poor candidates for a:
  7. Dan and Rachel have been assigned to work together as co-leaders of an anxiety disorders group. In order to be effective models for their group members, they should:
  8. Cultural mediators in a school system do NOT serve which of the following functions?
  9. In addition to learning about ethical decision making regarding dilemmas encountered in group work, three other experiences are suggested as adjuncts to a training program for group workers. Which of the following is NOT one of these experiences?
  10. Which of the following is TRUE in regards to group ethics?
  11. Mental health professionals must move forward and beyond the traditional approach of focusing solely on the intrapsychic, accept and recognize the impact of sociopolitical factors on our clients and their families, and determine how our advocacy can effectively address those issues. Part of their ethical and moral obligation is to:
  12. The ___________ phase of group work may be the one that leaders handle most ineptly.
  13. Neglecting the process of _____________ can easily leave the members with unfinished work and will limit opportunities for them to conceptualize what they learned from a group experience.
  14. Which of the following is NOT included in the guidelines for competence in diversity issues?
  15. Mario’s job entails going to middle schools within the county to run counseling groups for students identified as having the potential for aggression. He is providing:
  16. The _____________ is grounded on strengths, focuses on assets and capacities, promotes capability and power, changes conditions, and is aimed at prevention. This approach builds on identifying resources within the individual, the group, or the community that can be more fully activated.
  17. A ____________ focuses on problems to be solved and holes to fill. It is concerned more with maintaining rather than changing conditions and is oriented toward fixing problems rather than preventing them. A service orientation relies on experts and reinforces power imbalances, whereas a developmental approach relies on partnerships and equalizes power relationships.
  18. Many professionals struggle with the issue of how to work within a system while retaining their dignity, vitality, and convictions. The most important component in any effort to bring about change is to:
  19. Groups remain a powerful intervention tool:
  20. _____________ are basic for group workers who hope to practice ethically and responsibly.

Set 2

  1. ____________ refers to “the fair and equitable distribution of power, resources, and obligations in society to all people, regardless of race, gender, ability, status, sexual orientation, and religious or spiritual background.”
  2. Many professionals struggle with the issue of how to work within a system while retaining their dignity, vitality, and convictions. The most important component in any effort to bring about change is to:
  3. The ___________ phase of group work may be the one that leaders handle most ineptly.
  4. _____________ are basic for group workers who hope to practice ethically and responsibly.
  5. Which of the following is TRUE in regards to group ethics?
  6. With respect to confidentiality, group leaders have a responsibility to do all of the following EXCEPT:
  7. Mental health professionals must move forward and beyond the traditional approach of focusing solely on the intrapsychic, accept and recognize the impact of sociopolitical factors on our clients and their families, and determine how our advocacy can effectively address those issues. Part of their ethical and moral obligation is to:
  8. Counselors ____________ when they use their skills in helping clients challenge institutional barriers that impede their personal, social, academic, or career goals.
  9. The goal of counseling from a social justice perspective is:
  10. Mario’s job entails going to middle schools within the county to run counseling groups for students identified as having the potential for aggression. He is providing:
  11. Dan and Rachel have been assigned to work together as co-leaders of an anxiety disorders group. In order to be effective models for their group members, they should:
  12. The _____________ is grounded on strengths, focuses on assets and capacities, promotes capability and power, changes conditions, and is aimed at prevention. This approach builds on identifying resources within the individual, the group, or the community that can be more fully activated.
  13. ____________ aim to change the social environment to meet the needs of the population as a whole and are carried out by influencing social policy.
  14. A ____________ focuses on problems to be solved and holes to fill. It is concerned more with maintaining rather than changing conditions and is oriented toward fixing problems rather than preventing them. A service orientation relies on experts and reinforces power imbalances, whereas a developmental approach relies on partnerships and equalizes power relationships.
  15. Counselors can encourage ethnic minority clients to learn skills they can use to interact successfully with various forces in their community by acting as their:
  16. Which of the following is NOT included in the guidelines for competence in diversity issues?
  17. In addition to learning about ethical decision making regarding dilemmas encountered in group work, three other experiences are suggested as adjuncts to a training program for group workers. Which of the following is NOT one of these experiences?
  18. Nakita is an African-American mother with four children who has had difficulty finding housing in a safe community. Lisa, her social worker, suspects that racial discrimination is involved and takes Nakita to sites that she has previously screened for availability. In this case, Lisa is acting as an:
  19. Groups remain a powerful intervention tool:
  20. When ______________ in a student arises, the group counselor-educator has multiple responsibilities to limit the risk of harm: to the individual student, to the other students in the experiential group, and to the training program.
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