EDCE 505 Quiz 3

EDCE 505 Quiz 3 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. A teenage girl is angry with her parents and cuts on her arm.  In Gestalt terms, she is most likely engaging in:
  2. ​A Gestalt therapist pays attention to ways the client uses language.
  3. Gestalt therapy is a form of:  ​
  4. ​ A trend in contemporary behavior therapy is the increased emphasis on the role of thinking in behavior.
  5. ​A current trend in Gestalt therapy is toward greater emphasis on the client/therapist relationship rather than on techniques.
  6. All of the following are functions of the behavior therapist, except:​
  7. What is a limitation of person-centered therapy? ​
  8. ​ Behavior therapy has been shown to be effective in the treatment of chronic pain.
  9. ​Both contact and withdrawal are necessary and important to healthy functioning.
  10. Characteristics of a self-actualized person include all of the following, except:​
  11. Carl Rogers is often called the “father of psychotherapy research.”​
  12. The person-centered model has become stagnant and shows little sign of evolution.​
  13. ​ All of the following are characteristics of the behavioral approaches except:
  14. ​ __________ grow out of the interaction between client and therapist and emerge within this dialogic process.
  15. A factor that distinguishes the person-centered approach to group counseling from other approaches is the:  ​
  16. ​ __________ are preplanned activities that can be used to elicit emotion, produce action, or achieve a specific goal.
  17. ​Gestalt techniques can be considered experiments.
  18. ​ In Gestalt therapy, the relationship between client and counselor is seen as:
  19. The person-centered approach’s view of human nature:​
  20. ​ The empty chair technique:
  21. ​ Which of the following behavior therapists is credited with developing the social cognitive learning model, doing much work on observational learning and modeling, and writing about self-efficacy?
  22. ​ Who has done most of the work in the area of modeling?
  23. From a person-centered perspective, the best source of knowledge about the client is the: ​
  24. Progressive muscle relaxation has become increasingly popular as a method of teaching people to cope with stresses produced by daily living.​
  25. ​ _________ is a key pioneer of clinical behavior therapy because of his broadening of its conceptual bases and development of multimodal therapy.
  26. ​ According to the Gestalt perspective, if people do not remember their dreams:
  27. ​Gestalt therapy makes use of a wide variety of techniques that are designed to increase the client’s awareness of his or her present experiencing.
  28. ​ Which statement is not true?
  29. The person-centered model has been widely adapted to include such areas as family therapy, crisis counseling and classroom education. ​
  30. Mindfulness involves judgment and careful evaluation of one’s thoughts.​
  31. In order for a therapist to communicate “accurate empathic understanding” the counselor must: ​
  32. ​Mindfulness is:
  33. ​ When a person experiences an internal conflict (namely a conflict between top dog and underdog), which of the following techniques would be most appropriate?
  34. ​Gestalt group therapists use experiments to encourage clients to move from talking about action to taking action.
  35. ​ Contemporary Gestalt therapists view client resistance as a:
  36. In person-centered group therapy, the leader: ​
  37. There is little empirical support for acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).​
  38. ​ Which of the following is not true about the Gestalt view of the role of confrontation in therapy?
  39. Behavior therapy has undergone important changes and has expanded considerably.​
  40. A potential limitation of the person-centered approach is:​
  41. ​ Which anxiety reduction technique involves creating a hierarchy of the client’s fearful experiences?
  42. ​ In dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), skills are taught in four modules. Which among the following is not one of the modules listed in the text?
  43. ​ Behavior therapy is based on:
  44. Systematic desensitization typically includes the use of relaxation procedures.​
  45. ​According to Perls, awareness of and by itself is not sufficient to lead to change; clients must also put their experiences into some type of cognitive framework if change is to happen.
  46. ​ One of the main contributions of the Gestalt approach is its:
  47. ​ Which of the following is not true regarding behavior therapy?
  48. ​ Techniques used in mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy include all but:
  49. ​Therapy is based upon the successful resolution of the transference relationship.
  50. ​One of the contributions of Gestalt therapy is the vast empirical research that has been done to validate the specific techniques used.

Set 2

  1. Carlos, an eight year old boy, was recently removed from his home because he was being physically and sexually abused by his father. In accordance with Maslow’s framework, which needs took precedence?​
  2. Carl Rogers’s approach is based on the assumptions that humans are trustworthy and that clients desire to grow.
  3. Natalie Rogers is no longer an active contributor to the person-centered approach.​
  4. ​ Which statement is nottrue?
  5. The person-centered model has been widely adapted to include such areas as family therapy, crisis counseling and classroom education. ​
  6. Mindfulness shows promise across a broad range of clinical problems, including the treatment of depression, anxiety disorders, relationship problems, substance abuse, and psychophysiological disorders. ​
  7. ​ Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) integrates techniques from:
  8. ​  F. Skinner is associated with which of the following trends in the behavioral approach?
  9. Person-centered therapy is best described as a:​
  10. Therapists who have little respect for their clients can anticipate that their therapeutic work will not be fruitful.​
  11. In regards to third-generation behavior therapies, one of the core themes is creating a life worth living.​
  12. Therapists utilizing motivational interviewing strategies view clients as:​
  13. The term “presence” refers to the counselor’s ability to be fully engaged in the therapeutic relationship with the client.​
  14. ​Erving Polster believes that storytelling:
  15. Progressive muscle relaxation has become increasingly popular as a method of teaching people to cope with stresses produced by daily living.​
  16. ​Part of success in using Gestalt techniques is contingent upon preparing clients for these techniques.
  17. ​Both contact and withdrawal are necessary and important to healthy functioning.
  18. In acceptance and commitment therapy, values are a basic part; however, the work does not depend on what an individual wants and values.​
  19. ​ Which of the following interventions is notassociated with the third wave of behavior therapy?
  20. Which of the statements below regarding Motivational Interviewing is notaccurate?​
  21. Carl Rogers encouraged counselors to use a nonconfrontational manner with their clients.​
  22. ​ All of the following are characteristics of the behavioral approaches except:
  23. ​Gestalt therapy is designed for individual counseling, and it typically does not work well in groups.
  24. ​ What is nota part of the steps in a self-directed change program?
  25. In mindfulness practice, clients train themselves to intentionally focus on their “past experience with acceptance.”​
  26. ​ Which anxiety reduction technique involves creating a hierarchy of the client’s fearful experiences?
  27. Patrick has been confronted by family members and friends about his excessive gambling. Despite their attempts to help him, he insists that they are overreacting and that he has everything under control. He does not feel the need to alter his behaviors. Patrick is at which stage of change?​
  28. ​ A trend in contemporary behavior therapy is the increased emphasis on the role of thinking in behavior.
  29. In the 1960s and 1970s Rogers did a great deal to spearhead the development of:​
  30. ​Although Perls used a highly confrontational approach in dealing with client avoidance and resistance, the confrontational model is not representative of contemporary Gestalt therapy.
  31. ​ A Gestalt technique that is most useful when a person attempts to deny an aspect of his or her personality (such as tenderness) is:
  32. ​Genuine knowledge is the product of what the person understands of the situation of another.
  33. Acceptance is one of the third-generation behavior therapies’ five interrelated core themes.​
  34. ​ __________ grow out of the interaction between client and therapist and emerge within this dialogic process.
  35. ​ The general goals of behavior therapy are:
  36. ​ Blocked energy is a form of defensive behavior.
  37. If the therapeutic core conditions exist over some period of time, constructive personality change will not occur. ​
  38. ​ One point of disagreement between existential and humanistic thought involves:
  39. The underlying vision of humanistic philosophy is captured by the metaphor of how an acorn will automatically grow in positive ways, pushed naturally toward its actualization as an oak.
  40. ​Gestalt techniques can be considered experiments.
  41. Which of the following is the correct order in terms of the historical development of Carl Rogers’s approach to counseling?​
  42. ​ _____________ involves the escape from or the avoidance of unpleasant stimuli.
  43. ​People who rely on retroflection tend to inhibit themselves from taking action out of fear of embarrassment, guilt, and resentment.
  44. Person-centered expressive arts therapy can be used in both group and individual contexts.​
  45. ​ Contemporary Gestalt therapists view client resistance as a:
  46. When Rogers challenged the basic assumption that “the counselor knows best,” he thought that this radical idea would affect the power dynamics and politics of the counseling profession, but to his surprise, it did not.​
  47. ​ The paradoxical theory of behavior change suggests:
  48. ​Gestalt therapy makes use of a wide variety of techniques that are designed to increase the client’s awareness of his or her present experiencing.
  49. ​ In Gestalt theory, the experiment is:
  50. Which statement(s) is (are) trueof the person-centered approach? ​
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