Both MI and SFBT reflect a _________________ philosophy that:
If people want and expect change, the cognitive behavioral group leader contends that it is important that:
The crucial factor that determines the outcome of the person-centered group is:
MI is designed to evoke and explore:
Which procedure(s) is (are) nottypically used in a person-centered group?
Which of the statements below captures Rogers’ perspective on group leadership styles?
One method used to teach coping skills is a_____________________, which is a shaping strategy in which clients are encouraged to perform small sequential steps leading to a goal.
The CBT group leader helps members to form hypotheses and test their assumptions. What is this called?
The concept of unconditional positive regard is most closely associated with:
Transference in the analytic group is viewed as:
Person-centered groups, whose size often reached 75 to 800 people, were developed by _______________and were called:
Which of the following would be a part of the early stages of a cognitive behavioral group?
The psychoanalytically-oriented therapist’s role is essentially to:
Which of the following is(are) examples of therapist feedback to group members?
According to solution-focused therapy in groups:
Insight and the process of working through are considered:
Which function is generally not carried out by an analytic group leader?
Messages that come from the Parent ego state of the parents are known as:
SFBT is appropriate for group work in the schools for all of the following reasons except for:
The concept of freedom in the existential approach implies that group members:
Which of the following is nota key concept of TA?
Which of the following is generally a part of the working phase of a cognitive-behavioral group?
Messages that are given from the Child ego state of the parents is the definition of:
Rogers questioned the validity of such widely used therapeutic procedures as:
By valuing and accepting members’ experiences without placing stipulations and expectations on this acceptance, group leaders:
Psychoanalytic dream work consists of:
Which is notgenerally a function of the psychodrama director?
The past is dealt with:
The existential group focuses on:
Over time the interpersonal and existential problems of the participants become evident in the here-and-now interactions within the group. What term is used to describe this phenomenon?
The role of the psychodrama group leader is:
If there is a mismatch between process and stage,
Psychodrama’s roots lie in ________________ experiments with an improvisational drama troupe he called:
Brief psychodynamic therapy (BPT) is
The teaching technique whereby the group leader suggests the meaning of certain behaviors is known as:
Existential psychotherapy involves asking:
_______________________ involves a systematic use of techniques such as replay, mirror, role reversal, and feedback and modeling from the group to help clients develop more skill and confidence in dealing with situations that had previously felt awkward or threatening.
The ventilation of stored-up feelings is known as:
A personal _________________ is an unconscious life plan made in childhood, reinforced by the parents, “justified” by subsequent events, and culminating in a chosen alternative.
According to the existential viewpoint:
An ongoing series of complementary ulterior transactions progressing to a well-defined, predictable outcome is the definition of:
In a cognitive behaviorally oriented group, the decision to use certain techniques to change behavior is based on:
The function of the existential group leader is:
MI emerged as a reaction against the prevailing _____________model that focuses on:
The major task for a child of preschool age is:
The psychodrama method emphasizes:
According to Robert and Mary Goulding, people:
Which of the following statements about the concept of tele is false?
Which of the following steps is/are part of the problem-solving process?
Which of the following is not one of the four essential aims of existential humanistic therapy?