COUC 667 Quiz 3

  1. True or False. A solid starting point when determining a diagnosis is to start by is determining which classes of disorders the client’s signs and symptoms most align with.
  2. The DSM-5 organizes personality clusters by ________ and _________.
  3. When conducting a clinical assessment, for the DSM-5, it is important to gain information for the following (click all that apply).
  4. The DSM-5, according to Switzer and Rubin, covers these client domains
  5. Besides the DSM-5 criteria, specifiers, and subtypes, it is important to also examine and offer the following when appropriate (click all that apply).
  6. When conducting a clinical interview, the counselor needs to have which of the following to arrive at a DSM-5 diagnosis, according to Switzer and Rubin, for the diagnostic criteria and features.
  7. Switzer and Rubin note which of the following as limitations to the DSM-5
  8. Schwitzer and Rubin note all of the following as a limitation with the DSM-5 except one.
  9. Schwitzer and Rubin offered the following as benefits of DSM-5 except one.
  10. According to Schwitzer and Rubin, the main components of a fully developed diagnosis include?
  11. The DSM-5 is broken down into _____ classes according to Schwitzer and Rubin?
  12. is when a child experiences angry mood and argumentative behavior according to Switzer and Rubin.
  13. When using reflection of feeling, emotional accuracy is your ultimate goal. However, if you miss the emotional target, it’s better to miss with a(n)
  14. Which of the following is most representative about how the authors feel about questions?
  15. Which of the following is least likely to be required information to evaluate a client’s problem in most situations?
  16. The authors offer which of the following guidelines for avoiding making inappropriate overgeneralizations based on minimal symptoms?
  17. Clarice’s supervisor tells her to use fewer questions and more paraphrasing. When Clarice asks, “Why?” her supervisor says:
  18. Samantha is using lots of feeling validation with her clients. Her supervisor, Nelson, is concerned that she may create which of the following?
  19. Immediacy involves an integration of here-and-now self-disclosure, confrontation, and
  20. Directives that are therapist-centered are designed to shift clients toward what they
  21. Which of these is a feeling validation?
  22. Immediacy can be used for which purpose(s)?
  23. If a client’s speech is referred to as “pressured,” how would the client be talking?
  24. After a client has expressed his or her main reasons for seeking counseling, what could a therapist ask to begin a transition of the interview to personal history?
  25. If a diagnosis is expected to meet full criteria in the future but not currently it is called a ___________ diagnosis?

Set 2

  1. If a counselor is uncertain of a diagnosis, the counselor may indicate the following at the end of the written diagnosis.
  2. When conducting a clinical interview, the counselor needs to have which of the following to arrive at a DSM-5 diagnosis, according to Switzer and Rubin, for the diagnostic criteria and features.
  3. True or False. According to Switzer and Rubin, the DSM-5 was developed to capture normal developmental distress as a diagnosable mental disorder.
  4. True or False. A solid starting point when determining a diagnosis is to start by is determining which classes of disorders the client’s signs and symptoms most align with.
  5. The DSM-5, according to Switzer and Rubin, covers these client domains
  6. Schwitzer and Rubin note all of the following as a limitation with the DSM-5 except one.
  7. The final step, according to Switzer and Rubin, in the DSM-5 diagnostic process is
  8. is when a child experiences angry mood and argumentative behavior according to Switzer and Rubin.
  9. Which of the following is not a diagnosable disorder according to the DSM-5
  10. Which of the following are considered “red flags” according to Schwitzer and Rubin and would need to be priority in treatment (click all that apply)?
  11. When conducting a clinical assessment, for the DSM-5, it is important to gain information for the following (click all that apply).
  12. Besides the DSM-5 criteria, specifiers, and subtypes, it is important to also examine and offer the following when appropriate (click all that apply).
  13. Excessive head nods, making too much or too little eye contact, overuse of mirroring, and constantly saying “Uh-huh” are all examples of what?
  14. Verbal tracking:
  15. What is the primary goal of confrontation?
  16. Jay says to her client: “On one hand, you say you have compassion for your child, but on the other hand you continue to put her out in the hall where you force her to stand for three or more hours. How do you put that together?” What type of therapist technique is Dr. Jay using?
  17. Which of these is a feeling validation?
  18. Which of following does NOT represent one of the three basic objectives of the intake interview?
  19. A therapist should do all EXCEPT which of the following when probing for a client’s personal history?
  20. The evaluation of speech during a mental status exam can have implications for which of the following?
  21. A therapist asks Hazel if she has any idea what might be causing her panic attacks, and Hazel states that she doesn’t really know but maybe her new kitten has something to do with it. Hazel can be said to have poor:
  22. Which of the following describes a situation in which the administration of a mental status exam is appropriate?
  23. Delirium refers to:
  24. What is the primary difference between affect and mood?
  25. If you develop a DSM diagnosis for client, it always indicates a need to treat according the authors of the DSM -5.
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