COUC 667 Quiz Spiritual Integration

COUC 667 Quiz: Spiritual Integration

  1. Which of the following, according to Tan, are implications to holding to biblical anthropology (click all that apply)?
  2. The Bible, when applied to life, counseling, needs which of the following? (click all that apply)
  3. The Bible is exhaustive and comprehensive when applying to Christian counseling according to Tan.
  4. At times a client may be experiencing both a mental illness and influence of the demonic
  5. When working with a Christian client, Tan notes that the Holy Spirit works in the believer’s life with a primary goal of becoming more like Christ.
  6. A Christian counselor is working with a client to overcome painful memories via prayer. Tan would consider this approach as
  7. When thinking of spiritual warfare, Tan favors which two spiritual disciplines?
  8. Which of the following would be considered “spiritual disciplines” that a counselor can apply to their life or as an intervention when working with a client (click all that apply)?
  9. integration is a more overt approach that directly and systematically deals with spiritual and religious matters in counseling.
  10. Which of the following could be “spiritual” issues in a session (click all that apply)?
  11. The work of the Holy Spirit can be described in 5 ways. According to Tan, which of the following are possible ways:
  12. Scripture can be misused according to Tan by not paying clear attention to the context of a verse (e.g., effective exegesis and hermeneutics) and context of the client (e.g., what is the goal when using this verse).
  13. Which of the following are considered “gifts” of the spirit according to Tan (click all that apply)?
  14. There is a “one size fits all” to growing in Christ or practicing Christian Spirituality.
  15. When attempting Christian integration with a secular theory (e.g., CBT, DBT, existentialism, feminism), the Christian counselor needs to evaluate the secular theory principles against Scriptural truths before applying.
  16. If a counselor is working with a client who desires to have prayer, Scripture, fasting, meditation integrated the counselor needs?
  17. Which ONE of the following is an an ethic that focuses on the character of the counselor?
  18. One of Tan’s basic principles of Christian counseling is to avoid making disciples.
  19. According to a biblical view of humans (biblical anthropology), the ultimate purpose to life, according to Tan, is
  20. When considering the use of spiritually based interventions with a client, e.g., prayer, which of the following would the Christian counselor need to assess (click all that apply)?
  21. integration is a more subtle approach to counseling than ____________ integration which actively uses prayer and scripture during a session based on client consent.
  22. Which one of these is not a Christian counseling integration view noted by Tan?
  23. When thinking of Christian integration, which of the following are considered potential concerns (click all that apply)?
  24. When working with a client who is not a believer in Christ, which integration approach is supported by Tan?
  25. Tan based his understanding of the fruit of the Spirit on Galatians 5:22-23 which of the following would be fruit of the Spirit (click all that apply)?
  26. Which of the following correspond to “Christian Spiritualty” according to Tan (click all that apply)?
  27. The qualities of the Christian counselor are intrinsically important. Some of the qualities that a Christian counselor needs to have are
  28. Christian counseling and psychotherapy is defined as Christ centered, biblically based, and Spirit led according to Tan.
  29. Which ONE of the following, when working with a client, would evidence the implicit work of the Holy Spirit according to Tan?
  30. A more appropriate approach to Christian counseling is the integration of parakaleo and noutheteo,
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