EDCE 505 Quiz 4

EDCE 505 Quiz 4 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. The core of choice theory/reality therapy consists of:
  2. Like cognitive therapy, strengths-based CBT is empirically based.​
  3. According to feminist therapists, an intrapsychic orientation tends to result in blaming the victim.​
  4. ​ Which of the following REBT techniques helps a client become increasingly proficient at minimizing irrational thinking and disturbances in feeling and behaving?
  5. Magnification and minimization consist of perceiving a case or situation in a greater or lesser light than it truly deserves.​
  6. Which of the following is nottrue about role playing in REBT?​
  7. Feminist therapists do not tend to engage in self-disclosure because of their concern over unduly influencing the client.​
  8. According to the generic cognitive model, our beliefs do not play a major role in determining what type of psychological distress we will experience.​
  9. The counselor engages in __________ only when it is judged to be therapeutically helpful to the client.​
  10. ​ In working with Japanese clients, a reality therapist might do which of the following when asking clients to make plans and commit to them?
  11. Which of the following themes would clients in feminist therapy be leastlikely to explore?​
  12. The REBT technique that involves having clients vividly imagine one of the worst things that might happen to them and to describe their disturbing feelings is called:​
  13. ​ Which of the following is (are) a contribution of choice theory/reality therapy?
  14. ​ If choice theory is the highway, reality therapy is the:
  15. ​ The role of the client in rational emotive behavior therapy is like that of a:
  16. The contemporary version of feminist therapy and the multicultural and social justice approaches to counseling practice have a great deal in common.​
  17. ​Donald Meichenbaum’s cognitive behavior modification shares with REBT and Beck’s cognitive therapy the assumption that distressing emotions are often the result of maladaptive thoughts.
  18. Reality therapy is an open system that allows for flexibility in application based on the needs of culturally diverse individuals.​
  19. ​ Bibliotherapy is frequently used in feminist therapy
  20. Clients are expected to focus on their feelings and attitudes, and then their behavior will change.​
  21. ​ __________ is the theoretical basis for reality therapy.
  22. ​ Reality therapy is bestdescribed as:
  23. ​ The relational-cultural theory recognizes:
  24. Donald Meichenbaum’s cognitive behavior modification focuses on changing a client’s self-talk.​
  25. Glasser took the position that schools needed to be structured in ways to help students achieve a success identity as opposed to a failure identity.​
  26. Theories and techniques are based on the lives and experiences of individuals (lived experiences) as well as research supporting gender and other inequities. ​
  27. Feminist therapy is a technically integrative approach that emphasizes the analysis of gender, power, and social location as strategies for facilitating change.​
  28. ​Reality therapists believe in a generational basis for mental illness.
  29. Beck’s therapeutic approach originally focused on specific symptoms of depressed clients and the reasons they give for these symptoms.​
  30. Robert Wubbolding stresses the importance of a supportive and challenging therapeutic environment.​
  31. One of the procedures of reality therapy is to work through unfinished business from the past.​
  32. It is possible to incorporate the principle of feminist therapy with a multicultural perspective. ​
  33. Choice theory is based on the assumption that people are in charge of their own destiny.​
  34. There is not a very good fit between cognitive behavior therapy and multicultural therapy.​
  35. ​ __________ is built on the premise that it is essential to consider the social, cultural, and political context that contributes to a person’s problems in order to understand that person.
  36. ​ Wubbolding believes all of the following encourage the client’s involvement in therapy exceptfor:
  37. ​ Glasser challenges the traditionally accepted views of mental illness and treatment by the use of medication, especially:
  38. ​ The broad scope of feminist thought goes far beyond gender considerations. __________ issues are equally relevant to the therapeutic enterprise.
  39. Reality therapists refuse to accept excuses.​
  40. ​ Which of the following is notone of the three phases of Meichenbaum’s stress inoculation program?
  41. Most recently, reality therapy has been applied to management and supervision, coaching, family therapy, and parenting. It is now taught and embedded in every continent except Antarctica.​
  42. Reality therapists see clients as being responsible for their own choices as they have more control of their behavior than they often believe.​
  43. ​ Recent developments relevant to __________ in psychology have led to an integration of key themes of multiculturalism and feminism.
  44. A main function of the reality therapist is to encourage clients to assess their behavior to determine how well it is working for them.​
  45. ​ Strengths-based CBT practitioners ask clients for __________ to describe their experiences, both positive and negative.
  46. Ellis claims that his methods are applicable to individual therapy but that his approach does not work well in group therapy.​
  47. Glasser recommends that therapists look back for the causes of a client’s present failures.​
  48. The SAMIC3plan is an essential part of the evaluation phase of the WDEP system.​
  49. Reality therapy is a popular approach in correctional work.​
  50. ​WDEP stands for:

Set 2

  1. ​Glasser contends that __________ is a way that both therapist and client avoid being who they are and owning what they are doing right now.
  2. ​ Which of the following procedures would a reality therapist be leastlikely to employ?
  3. ​ Which of the following is notone of the three phases of Meichenbaum’s stress inoculation program?
  4. ​ The founder of rational emotive behavior therapy is:
  5. is described as teaching and promoting assertive behavior; women become aware of their interpersonal rights, transcend stereotypical gender roles, change negative beliefs, and implement changes in their daily life.
  6. Reality therapy is not well-suited to group counseling.​
  7. ​ The four-step model of strengths-based CBT to build resilience include all of the following, except:
  8. All of the cognitive behavioral approaches share the same basic characteristics and assumptions as traditional behavior therapy.​
  9. Collaborative empiricism involves a cognitive therapist’s collaboration with colleagues on a client’s case.​
  10. ​ A __________ offers a unique approach to understanding the roles that women and men with diverse social identities and experiences have been socialized to accept and to bringing this understanding into the therapeutic process.
  11. ​ Of the following, which is one of the major contributions that feminists have made to the field of counseling and psychotherapy?
  12. __________emphasize mutual empathy and deep respect for the client, understand how disconnections affect the individual, and create a therapeutic relationship that is healing.​
  13. Strengths-based CBT therapists:​
  14. Feminist therapists avoid sharing their values with clients in order to reduce the chance of value imposition.​
  15. ​ Which of the following REBT techniques helps a client become increasingly proficient at minimizing irrational thinking and disturbances in feeling and behaving?
  16. By considering contextual variables, symptomsare reframed as survival strategies.​
  17. ​ A primary goal of contemporary reality therapy is to:
  18. It is essential for the therapist to establish a satisfying relationship with clients as a prerequisite for effective therapy. Once this relationship is developed, the skill of the therapist as listener and teacher assumes a central role.​
  19. A distinctive feature of feminist therapy is the assumption that direct action for social change is one of the responsibilities of therapists.​
  20. ​ Feminist therapists do not use diagnostic labels, or use them reluctantly, for all of the following reasons exceptthat:
  21. During strengths-based CBT therapy, clients often discover that they use less resilient strategies when they encounter obstacles in areas of positive interest than they do in problem areas of their life.​
  22. ​ Bibliotherapy is frequently used in feminist therapy
  23. ​ All of the following are true as they apply to self-instructional training, exceptthat:
  24. Beck’s therapeutic approach originally focused on specific symptoms of depressed clients and the reasons they give for these symptoms.​
  25. Reality therapists maintain that clients will not change unless they assume a self-critical attitude.​
  26. ​ Beck’s cognitive therapy involves all of the concepts below except:
  27. Focusing on the __________ “protects” clients from facing the reality of unsatisfying present relationships, and focusing on symptoms does the same thing.​
  28. ​ In reality therapy, the counseling environment is:
  29. Empowerment is a central tenet of feminist psychotherapy.​
  30. Theories and techniques are based on the lives and experiences of individuals (lived experiences) as well as research supporting gender and other inequities. ​
  31. ​ The practice of reality therapy can best be conceptualized as the:
  32. ​ __________ posits that we are not born blank slates waiting to be externally motivated by forces in the world around us.
  33. ​ Strengths-based CBT practitioners ask clients for __________ to describe their experiences, both positive and negative.
  34. ​ Choice theory changes the focus of responsibility to:
  35. ​ Who is most noted for her contributions to the development of feminist therapy?
  36. ​ Which of the following is (are) a contribution of choice theory/reality therapy?
  37. ​ Using __________, the therapist responds to the client’s concern by placing it in the context of society’s role expectations for women. The aim is to provide the client with insight into the ways social issues are affecting her.
  38. ​ Glasser challenges the traditionally accepted views of mental illness and treatment by the use of medication, especially:
  39. ​ In a reality therapy group, the leader:
  40. ​ Although feminist therapy shares many of the premises of person-centered therapy, feminist therapy does not agree with the notion that:
  41. Reality therapy cautions against the therapist mentoring the client.​
  42. Meichenbaum’s self-instructional training focuses on helping clients become aware of their self-talk and the stories they tell about themselves.​
  43. The SAMIC3plan is an essential part of the evaluation phase of the WDEP system.​
  44. Feminist therapy is not static, but is continually evolving.​
  45. ​ In Meichenbaum’s cognitive behavior modification, what is given primary importance?
  46. Addressing what clients are presently doing and asking clients to evaluate what they want to change fits well in various settings.​
  47. ​ The relational-cultural theory recognizes:
  48. ​ Reality therapy is often considered as a:
  49. are integrated into each phase of treatment in strengths-based CBT beginning with the intake interview.  ​​
  50. A distinctive feature of feminist therapy is the assumption that direct action for social change is one of the responsibilities of therapists.
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