EDCE 505 Quiz 5

EDCE 505 Quiz 5 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Which of these solution-focused therapy techniques involves asking clients to describe times in their lives when they were able to solve their problem or when their problem was less severe?
  2. ​Family systems therapy can be used when working with individual clients.
  3. Which of the following is false as it applies to the practice of solution-focused brief therapy?​
  4. In which of the following approaches to therapy does the therapist become active and directive, functioning as a teacher or mentor for the client?​
  5. The solution-focused brief therapy therapeutic process rests on the foundation that clients are: ​
  6. ​ During the solution-focused initial therapy session, it is common for solution-focused therapists to ask, “What have you done since you called for the appointment that has made a difference in your problem?” This describes:
  7. Regarding psychotherapy outcome, research shows:​
  8. Satir’s human validation model focuses on functional versus dysfunctional communication in families.​
  9. From the very first solution-focused interview, the therapist is mindful of working toward:​
  10. From the family systems perspective, symptoms are often viewed as:​
  11. ​ Narrative conversations do not follow the linear progression described here; it is better to think of these steps in terms of __________ progression.
  12. Which of the following theorists emphasized the development of a nurturing triad?​
  13. Narrative therapy is a strengths-based approach that emphasizes collaboration between client and therapist to help clients view themselves as empowered and living the way they want.​
  14. Clients are never stuck in a pattern of living a problem-saturated story that does not work.​
  15. Which of the following approaches to therapy puts an emphasis on direct experiencing and doing?​
  16. Which of the following approaches to therapy is applied to both women and men with the goal of bringing about empowerment?​
  17. ​ A main task of the narrative therapist is to help clients construct a:
  18. We create, maintain, and live by often __________ that we hope will keep the family (and each of its members) functional.​
  19. Which of the following approaches recognized the need for a subjective approach based on a complete view of the human condition?​
  20. Structural-strategic family therapy has its foundation in behavioral theory.​
  21. ​ All of the following are techniques used in solution-focused therapy exceptfor:
  22. In which of the following approaches does the therapist ask the client what they are choosing to do?​
  23. __________ is designed to evaluate and to improve the quality and effectiveness of counseling services.​
  24. Existential therapy can be especially helpful for:​
  25. The linguistic approach stresses the expert role of the therapist in suggesting solutions to a family’s problems.​
  26. In the assessment process, questions a family therapist might ask include all of the following, except:​
  27. A major contribution of Bowen’s theory is the notion of:​
  28. There are three kinds of solution-focused therapeutic relationships. The client and therapist jointly identify a problem and a solution to work toward describes which relationship?​
  29. Constructing counter stories goes hand in hand with: ​
  30. Which approach offers encouragement so individuals can develop socially useful goals and increase social interest?​
  31. Alfred Adler and Rudolf Dreikurs and their associates were the first known practitioners of family therapy, often using a model now called:​
  32. In solution-focused therapy, behavior change is viewed as the most effective approach to assisting people in enhancing their lives.​
  33. Narrative therapy has been effectively applied in school settings.​
  34. Families are multilayered systems that both affect and are affected by the larger systems in which they are embedded.​
  35. An Adlerian therapist would:​
  36. Which of the following therapies is a pragmatic approach based on empirical validation of results?​
  37. In structural-strategic family therapy, __________ must occur in a family before an individual’s symptoms can be reduced or eliminated.​
  38. A limitation of person-centered therapy is:​
  39. In psychoanalytic therapy, a technique of great importance is:​
  40. A limitation of the family systems model is:​
  41. The systems perspective implies:​
  42. Bowen’s multigenerational approach stresses techniques more than it does theory.​
  43. Which of the following approaches is credited with an emphasis on assessment and evaluation?​
  44. Structural-strategic family therapists do not generally deal with the presenting problem; rather, they focus on the underlying symptom of a dysfunctional system.​
  45. To prevent his parents from leaving the house, Miguel throws temper tantrums. His parents have given in to his demands and never go out to dinner or to movies anymore. A structural-strategic therapist working with Miguel and his parents will most likely:​
  46. A solution-oriented therapist might ask her client, a compulsive shopper, which of the following questions?​
  47. Narrative therapists pay significant attention to a client’s past as it helps them understand the origins of client’s stories.​
  48. A limitation of psychoanalytic therapy is that:​
  49. The __________measures a client’s perception of the quality of the therapeutic relationship, which includes the relational bond with the therapist, the perceived collaboration around specific tasks in therapy, and agreement on goals, methods, and client preferences.​
  50. Solution-focused brief therapy differs from traditional therapies by eschewing the past in favor of both the present and the future.​

Set 2

  1. ​ In the solution-oriented approach, which is notconsidered one of the three basic parts to the structure of summary feedback?
  2. The postmodern view incorporates all of the following concepts except for the notion that:​
  3. When __________ occurs, a ripple effect flows throughout the family system.​
  4. One of the key contributions of most systemic approaches is that neither the individual nor the family is blamed for a particular dysfunction.​
  5. A limitation of the family systems model is:​
  6. Which of the following approaches to therapy focuses on the unique style of life we create at an early age?​
  7. Which of the following approaches to therapy most attempts to provide a growth-promoting climate that is conducive to a client’s self-exploration?​
  8. Chun Hei is a Korean immigrant who has been separated from her family and friends for over a year since she came to the U.S. with her husband. She spends her days taking care of their two young children while he goes to work, and feels increasingly depressed without her support system. It is likely that a family therapist who meets Chun Hei would:​
  9. Because Bowen’s multigenerational approach looks at families from a three-generational perspective, the therapist is mainly interested in past happenings and does not pay much attention to present issues.​
  10. ​ The techniques of externalization and developing unique events are associated primarily with:
  11. Which of the following approaches to therapy focuses on eliminating maladaptive behaviors?​
  12. A key technique of Adlerian therapy is:​
  13. The role of the family therapist involves being in charge of the session.​
  14. Narrative therapists pay attention to “sparkling moments.”  These are:  ​
  15. Feminism, multiculturalism, and postmodern social constructionism have all entered the family therapy field. These models are more collaborative, treating clients as:​
  16. ​ During the solution-focused initial therapy session, it is common for solution-focused therapists to ask, “What have you done since you called for the appointment that has made a difference in your problem?” This describes:
  17. From the very first solution-focused interview, the therapist is mindful of working toward:​
  18. One of the goals of feminist therapy is to:​
  19. Family therapy perspectives call for a conceptual shift from evaluating individuals to focusing on:​
  20. In solution-focused brief therapy, the role of the client is to create, explore, and co-author his or her evolving story.​
  21. __________ is an efficacious approach to helping people who experience psychological distress improve their functioning.​
  22. Roger and his wife are experiencing tension in their relationship because he believes she is far too lenient with their children when they misbehave. This forces him to play the role of “bad cop” as a parent, which makes him angry. A family therapist working with Roger and his family might:​
  23. Minuchin’s approach to therapy is geared more toward insight, rather than taking action.​
  24. ​ Social constructionism explains how values are transmitted through language by the social milieu and suggests that individuals are constantly changing with the ebb and flow of the influences of all of the following except:
  25. Feminist, multicultural, and postmodern therapists are extremely aware of the power they have entering into already established systems, and they work to promote understanding through curiosity and interest rather than through formal assessments.​
  26. The goal of Bowen’s multigenerational family therapy is to understand one’s family of origin issues and to differentiate self within a system.​
  27. ​ There are three kinds of solution-focused therapeutic relationships. The client comes to therapy because someone else (a spouse, parent, teacher, or probation officer) thinks the client has a problem describes which relationship?
  28. Which of the following therapies emphasizes that a person’s belief system is the cause of emotional problems?​
  29. A limitation of existential therapy is its:​
  30. The technique of intensifying experiences and integrating conflicting feelings is associated with:​
  31. ​ A main task of the narrative therapist is to help clients construct a:
  32. ​ All are true of solution-focused brief therapists except that they:
  33. Adlerian therapy emphasizes the individual’s:​
  34. The goal of structural-strategic family therapy is to break down any hierarchical structure and replace it with equal relationships among all family members.​
  35. Structural-strategic family therapists do not generally deal with the presenting problem; rather, they focus on the underlying symptom of a dysfunctional system.​
  36. One narrative technique for consolidating the gains a client makes involves a therapist writing letters to the person. This is:​
  37. Family systems therapy represents a paradigm shift that is sometimes called “the fourth force.”​
  38. A limitation of Gestalt therapy is that it:​
  39. In solution-focused therapy, behavior change is viewed as the most effective approach to assisting people in enhancing their lives.​
  40. ​ In regards to brief therapy, the average length of therapy is __________, with the most common length being only one session.
  41. Even science is not free from the influence of such processes of social construction.​
  42. Externalizing conversationscounteract oppressive, problem-saturated stories and empower clients to feel competent to handle the problems they face.​
  43. Regarding psychotherapy outcome, research shows:​
  44. Which of the following approaches is leastlikely to be applied to short-term crisis intervention?​
  45. What is the current thinking in the field regarding the role of spirituality in counseling?​
  46. The techniques of joining, boundary setting, unbalancing, reframing, ordeals, enactments, and paradoxical interventions are most likely to be part of which approach to family therapy?​
  47. All social constructionist theories emphasize listening to clients without judgment or blame, affirming and valuing them.​
  48. A limitation of reality therapy is that it:​
  49. Which of the following approaches to therapy is especially well suited for the initial phases of crisis intervention work?​
  50. The creation of the self, which dominated the modernist search for human essence and truth:​
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