COUC 601 Quiz Structural

COUC 601 Quiz: Structural, Strategic, Milan Systemic, and Behavioral/Cognitive Modules

Modules 5—6: Weeks 5—6

  1. One of the primary objectives of structural interventions is for the psychosomatic family to achieve
  2. Family coalitions
  3. Labeling an anorectic’s refusal to eat as “stubborn” rather than “sick” is an example of
  4. Attempting to change the hierarchical arrangement between parents calls for
  5. Imitating a family’s manner, style, and affective range calls for a therapeutic technique called ________________ by structuralists.
  6. One tactic employed by Minuchin in treating anorectics is to
  7. Which of the following terms describes structural therapeutic tactics?
  8. Family mapping refers to the use of
  9. In an enmeshed family
  10. A primary therapeutic goal for structuralists is
  11. Which of the following is not characteristic of “psychosomatic families”?
  12. Diffused boundaries are
  13. Which of the following Milan techniques is a form of reframing?
  14. All except one of the following are techniques introduced by the Milan systemic therapists.
  15. “Prescribing the symptom” is a form of
  16. Madanes contends that the basic tool of strategic therapists is
  17. Starting to work with a family, the Milan therapist first
  18. Circular questioning may reveal
  19. In the original Milan format, the point at which the therapist leaves the consultation room to consult with colleagues is called
  20. For Milan therapeutic intervention, family therapy begins with
  21. Relationships are defined by ______________________ messages.
  22. Communication theorists give greater credence to
  23. Therapeutic double-binds
  24. Systemicists usually assign rituals in the form of
  25. Haley believes every relationship contains within it an implicit struggle for
  26. Hypotheses used by Milan systemicists are
  27. In the view of MRI family therapists
  28. The major characteristic of strategic family therapy is that the therapist
  29. Second-order changes call for
  30. By neutrality, the Milan therapist attempt to
  31. The person who receives a double-bind message
  32. Paradoxical interventions are especially useful in attempting to change ______________ families.
  33. Tom Sawyer’s effort to convince his friends that the drudgery of whitewashing a fence was a privilege is an example of
  34. Brief therapy advocates attempting to change a family system rather than helping the family make changes within the existing system. This objective calls for
  35. Uncovering the relationship between behavioral deficits and the client’s interpersonal environment is called
  36. Donald Meichenbaum’s work to help clients change their assumptions and schemas about the world and their ability to manage stress is called
  37. Albert Ellis employs the use of
  38. Functional family therapists believe
  39. Therapeutic contracts are
  40. Contingency contracting, based on operant conditioning principles, is a behavioral procedure that has been shown to be useful in treating
  41. The unique psychotherapeutic contributions of the behavioral approach is:
  42. Meichenbaum’s work with distressed clients
  43. Cognitive therapists work at three related levels. Which is not one of these levels?
  44. Markman’s research on marital distress prevention found
  45. Cognitive-behavioral family therapists gather data using three forms of clinical assessment:
  46. A problem analysis
  47. Gottman’s research indicates three types of stable couples. Which of the following is not one of those types?
  48. Today’s child management and parent training programs frequently deal with behavior therapists using ___principles
  49. Integrative couples therapy
  50. Functional family therapy attempts to bring about ______________ changes in individuals and their families.
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