CRIS 605 Quiz 1 Crisis Care

CRIS 605 Quiz: Crisis Care, Community Crises, and Lethality

Covers the Textbook material from Modules 1 – 4: Weeks 1 – 4.

  1. In responding to a crisis in a school, the order of action is:
  2. Many school resource police officers may do a good deal of crisis counseling and have the skills to do so through their training.
  3. Grossman proposes that one reason for the upsurge in school violence is unsupervised behavioral conditioning.
  4. The term “crisis” refers to the perception of an event or situation as an intolerable difficulty that exceeds the person’s:
  5. Crisis intervention in the United States started at about the time of the Revolutionary War.
  6. Being aware that an individual in crisis is operating in a transcrisis state provides the crisis worker with important information regarding:
  7. One of the major problems of crisis intervention in rural communities may be the local population’s fear and suspicion of outsiders.
  8. Natural support systems are often more important than formal counseling systems in providing relief.
  9. If a person received an overall score of 26, you would most likely:
  10. The fundamental problem in client immobility is being stuck in a continuous nonproductive loop of approach, avoidance, or static behavior.
  11. All of the following are good rules of the road for crisis workers, except:
  12. Silence as a counseling technique is best used:
  13. Monitoring and assessing body language is an as important as monitoring and assessing verbal responses in crisis work.
  14. Crisis clients that use walk–in facilities usually have problems that are not:
  15. In a regularly scheduled meeting with a long-term client, while discussing an employment change, your client becomes anxious and his behavior regresses dramatically. What may be happening with the client?
  16. About the only people who typically avail themselves of a crisis walk-in facility are the chronic mentally ill who have nowhere else to turn.
  17. It is extremely important to be careful in word choice and to use brevity when doing crisis intervention over the Internet.
  18. Which of the following is appropriate in dealing with a self–defeating personality?
  19. One of the techniques for dealing with severely disturbed callers is to reflect their disturbed feelings and share their delusions.
  20. Terr (1995) proposed a division of childhood trauma into two categories that she called Type I and Type II traumas. What is the difference?
  21. Neat and orderly progression for the PTSD sufferer through the recovery phase is:
  22. One of the major reasons for PTSD counseling groups is to let the members cathart about their experiences and thus get rid of the bad memories.
  23. According to Shneidman’s concept of situational characteristics of suicidal people, the common stimulus in suicide is unendurable psychological pain and the common stressor in suicide is frustrated psychological needs.
  24. Which one of the following indicators should not be considered high-risk in terms of suicide potential?
  25. Crisis management of suicidal behavior is essentially no different than crisis intervention.


Set 1

  1. Pranksters should be hung up on immediately to clear the lines for legitimate
  2. If the client’s decisions were highly impulsive and irrational with the potential to harm others, her behaviors were causing the situation to worsen, and she felt the situation was unreal, she would most likely have a triage score in the:
  3. An understanding of the ecological/cultural determinants of crisis intervention is founded on:
  4. The major providers of crisis intervention services in the United States are:
  5. There is little reason to believe that the war in Iraq will produce PTSD casualties among S. soldiers as did the war in Vietnam.
  6. Handling problem callers who become abusive is best done by:
  7. Existential crises have to do with the struggle to continue to exist after a
  8. “I want you to stop swearing or I will end this session” is an example of a(n):
  9. An owning statement most generally starts with the pronoun:
  10. There are four major factors in assessing the client’s emotional Which of the following is not one of those factors?
  11. Which of the following is not a legal and ethical issue in Internet crisis intervention?
  12. Eye movement desensitization/reprocessing (EMDR) works because the strobe light or finger movement interrupts abnormal neural
  13. Of the following, which is not a common dynamic pattern of PTSD?
  14. One of the major problems with behavioral telehealth and specifically crisis lines over the Internet is:
  15. Multiculturalists in the United States are highly aware of how the competencies they promote apply outside the United
  16. Crisis lines work because they:
  17. Seung-Hui Cho ’s videotape manifested which characteristic of Schneidman’s typology of the classic suicidal person?
  18. Schools should consider holding large-scale memorials to honor the deceased and help resolve
  19. Allowing clients to cathart about the issue only compounds the
  20. Affective State Dependent Retention is important to PTSD because it theorizes that:
  21. One of the major disadvantages to telephone counseling is that the worker may have to refer to ready-made lists of feeling words, questions on the topic, and worst of all, keep reference notes, which can all be distracting to the intervention process.
  22. A person who was identified as schizotypal would typically need to:
  23. People with personality disorders such as a borderline personality can usually overcome a crisis rather quickly if the worker assumes a compliant, accepting, and nondirective
  24. Social locations are based on the racial and ethnic origins of an
  25. If the client said, “I feel like I am in a giant vice that is squeezing my sides in on me, and a huge weight is on my head pressing me ” A good worker restatement of the client’s content message would be:

Set 2

  1. Seung-Hui Cho best fits the description of a(n):
  2. Seung-Hui Cho fits the characteristics of a SVJO.
  3. If the worker determines the student is carrying a weapon it should be forcibly confiscated by the worker
  4. The Equilibrium model of crisis intervention is:
  5. Eclectic crisis intervention involves the intentional and systematic selection and integration of valid concepts and strategies from all available therapeutic approaches.
  6. In the disequilibrium that accompanies crisis, anxiety is always present, and the discomfort of anxiety

provides an impetus for change.

  1. A universal view of multicultural counseling looks at racial and ethnic minorities in the broadest possible
  2. Occupational “culture” may be a barrier to those who don’t understand it.
  3. Establishing a psychological connection is a critical component of Task 1.
  4. The default task of the Hybrid model is:
  5. The crisis worker who interacts with complete acceptance of clients demonstrates:
  6. A good owning statement can be used for setting limits on disruptive and demeaning client behavior.
  7. Closed ended questions should never be used because they are highly intrusive and aggressive sounding
  8. In long-term therapy, one of the times that there is a major risk of a crisis occurring is:
  9. People with personality disorders such as a borderline personality can usually overcome a crisis rather quickly if the worker assumes a compliant, accepting, and nondirective approach.
  10. Long-term therapy models and crisis intervention models incorporate a number of similar components.
  11. One way of deescalating severely disturbed callers is to humor them by “going along” with their

hallucinations as a calming technique.

  1. Crisis lines work because they:
  2. The disinhibition effect means that people tend to open up earlier with more distressing issues over the Internet than they do face-to-face.
  3. Treatment for PTSD can best be described as:
  4. Support groups are important to victims of PTSD because:
  5. Which of the following is a common reaction to traumatic stress?
  6. On a worldwide basis, about a million people kill themselves each year.
  7. Most people who are suicidal feel a high level of ambivalence or inner conflict.
  8. Assisted suicide and euthanasia are invariably synonymous terms.
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