EDCO 715 Quiz 2

EDCO 715 Quiz 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. “Procrastinates in completing homework” is a behavior description of acceptable specificity
  2. Patterson operationalized many of the theoretical concepts of Bandura’s social learning theory. Which of the following is not an intervention in behavioral therapy?
  3. Jim stated during a recent therapy session that when his mother and father argue, he feels like his mother puts a lot of pressure on him to align with her and reject his father.  Jim’s mother is
  4. The Reality Therapy acronym SAMI2C3 represents
  5. Jeb presents as rigid and robot-like as he tells you what brings him to counseling.  He says that his family complains that he has no feelings and doesn’t seem to care   about them, only work.  At work, Jeb is unhappy because everyone is always begging him for something.  He would be much better off if others would just leave him alone to do his work.  Jeb says that his coworkers complain that he is inflexible and interpersonally distant.  A Bowen Family Systems counselor would be likely to characterize Jeb as:
  6. Strategic family therapy developed by Jay Haley and others teaches therapists to:
  7. A child who was stung by a bee is now afraid of all flying insects. The child’s behavior illustrates the concept of
  8. Seligman observes that using your strengths in the service something larger than yourself can promote wellness
  9. Reality therapy has received criticism for
  10. Which of the following is NOT one of Reality Therapy’s basic needs?
  11. Which of the following is not true of schemas?
  12. Clinicians who are concerned with cultural biases that are inherent with theories such as Family Systems Theories tend to criticize FST for:
  13. EMDR, which helps people reduce negative images resulting from traumatic experiences, involves the use of
  14. The primary goal of Dialectical Behavior Therapy is to help clients
  15. According to behaviorists, the primary determinant(s) of the development of a behavior is/are
  16. Which of the following is not an intervention typically used in structural family therapy as developed by Salvator Minuchin?
  17. Which of the following treatment approaches does not emphasize early childhood experiences?
  18. Regardless of which model of family systems theory used, it is important for the clinician to remain the observer and allow the family to work out its own problems
  19. Compared to other cognitive-behavioral approaches, reality therapy places greater emphasis on
  20. This version of Cognitive Therapy varies in its emphasis on the past dependent on the diagnosis
  21. When Joan goes to class to take a test, she experiences a vague “bad” feeling. According to Beck’s Cognitive Therapy, the most immediate cause of this feeling is probably:
  22. According to Structural Family therapy, subsystems are
  23. Meichenbaum’s work integrates
  24. Which of the following is not true of solution-focused brief family therapy?
  25. Emotion-focused couples therapy combines attachment theory with an experiential and systemic approach
  26. An increase in the use of brief psychodynamic treatment approaches is unlikely
  27. When treating young people who represent diverse ethnic and cultural groups, cognitive therapy
  28. In the future, managed care is likely to require proof of outcome effectiveness
  29. Intermittent reinforcement is generally less effective than regular reinforcement
  30. A lack of clean clothing is a natural consequence for a child who will not bring dirty clothing to the laundry room
  31. Ariel, a cognitive therapist, asked her client, “What was going through your mind just then?” Her most likely objective was to
  32. Reality therapy uses which of the following forms of client assessment?
  33. Which of the following is NOT a level of cognitive processing in Cognitive Therapy:
  34. Family Systems Theories are often criticized for
  35. Which of the following treatment approaches pays the least attention to emotions?
  36. Which of the following treatment systems has received the most empirical validation of its effectiveness?
  37. Which of the following is not a strong influence on the development of Hill’s three stage integrated model?
  38. The effectiveness of cognitive therapy
  39. Behavioral therapy has no place in family systems theory
  40. Which of the following treatment approaches rarely makes use of between-session tasks?
  41. Bandura’s research suggests that the increasing violence in video games and on television will
  42. A decrease in the prescriptive matching of treatment to diagnosis is anticipated
  43. In cognitive therapy, background factors
  44. Which of the following disorders is most likely to benefit from REBT?
  45. Family Therapy models always coincide with Biblical perspectives on what constitutes healthy family functioning.
  46. According to Tan, the Holy Spirit can work in explicit integration through
  47. This approach is more balanced compared to the others on the theme of free will and autonomy.
  48. Tan believes this form of prayer may be especially useful for Christian clients who have unresolved painful memories from their past.
  49. The first generation of Behavior Therapy, with its laws and principles, left ample room for the core person in its theory.
  50. Tan’s model promotes building self-confidence in the client.
  51. The crucial emphasis in Christian counseling ethics, according to Tan, is to
  52. According to Garzon and Burkett (2002), this Healing of Memory approach might be considered the most operationalized (spelled out with specific steps):
  53. The therapist is consistently seen as the expert in family therapy models.
  54. One similarity that Christian devotional meditation has with eastern meditation is that both encourage participants to empty their minds.
  55. Key attitudes involved in Christian devotional meditation and mindfulness are identical.
  56. Healing of memories may be defined as
  57. This approach acts as a corrective to the individualistic emphasis found in many therapy models.
  58. Tan believes that basic psychological and spiritual needs of people include security (love), significance (purpose), and hope (forgiveness).
  59. Christian devotional meditation can involve focused attention on
  60. Tan believes that humans are basically bad.
  61. Garzon advocates grace as a foundational doctrine to teach performance-oriented Christian clients.
  62. Many Christian therapists have more training in Eastern forms of meditation such as mindfulness than they do in Christian forms of meditation.
  63. This integration stance may be adopted more easily by classical psychoanalysts and other therapists who emphasize more of a “blank slate” therapeutic stance
  64. Tan states that he adopts this approach to Christian counseling
  65. Eric Johnson believes that Christian therapy (with Christian clients) should be fundamentally relational and exocentric, rather than individualistic and self-centric.
  66. Christian devotional meditation incorporates attitudes of trust, confession, surrender, and grace.
  67. Buddhist and secularized versions of mindfulness adopt a closed-system perspective regarding a person’s emotional and cognitive experience during the meditation while Christianity teaches a person’s experience occurs in an open system, with God’s immanence being available to be sensed and experienced, according to Garzon (2015).
  68. The first major standard in the American Association of Christian Counselors ethics code is to
  69. Implicit and explicit integration are two mutually exclusive models of integration
  70. Christianity historically did not have practices involving meditation.
  71. When looking closely at what cognitive therapists do with clients, it appears that the real criterion for rationality is a utilitarian one.
  72. Tan notes that although we as humans are creatures with Behaviorally conditioned habits, we are not totally conditioned.
  73. Eastern meditation forms such as mindfulness include the relational context of communing with God.
  74. Reality Therapy may risk down-playing a client’s experiences of discrimination.

Set 2

  1. Which of the following is NOT a technique that is used by a Reality Therapist?
  2. Which of the following developed a theory of family therapy that does not focus on emotions?
  3. This version of Cognitive Therapy varies in its emphasis on the past dependent on the diagnosis
  4. Which of the following treatment systems has received the most empirical validation of its effectiveness?
  5. Nick is having great difficulty getting over his breakup with Susan, his girlfriend of 2 years.  According to Reality Therapy,
  6. Jim is 14 years old and was recently suspended from school for repeated incidents of physical aggression with his peers.  Jim’s parents brought him to therapy to help him learn better ways of “managing his anger”.  During the initial interview, Jim’s parents admitted that their relationship has been turbulent for the past 5 years, and they have been verbally and physically aggressive with each other.  They also reported that in the past two years, they have regularly told Jim that he was stupid and problematic, mostly because they’re “at their wits end” and “don’t know what to do with him”.  In this situation, Satir would argue that the family members
  7. Which of the following is an example of a question that a Reality Therapist is likely to ask a client?
  8. Behaviors are usually more accessible than either thoughts or emotions
  9. The purpose of using active verbs and “ing” words in reality therapy is to
  10. According to Structural Family therapy, subsystems are
  11. Which of the following is not a stage in Clara Hill’s three stage integrated model?
  12. An approach which emphasizes the therapeutic alliance and other essential ingredients that have been found to characterize effective treatment is called
  13. This question might be used to gather evidence against a client’s negative automatic thoughts in Cognitive Therapy.
  14. Clients working with behavior therapists can expect their clinicians to
  15. In cognitive therapy, thoughts are believed to be
  16. REBT contends that it is important to separate performance from
  17. Cognitive therapists believe that effective therapy consists primarily of
  18. Madison was referred to an employee assistance counselor because of anger she had expressed in the workplace. Madison reported that before she stormed out of a recent staff meeting, she first thought about how her colleague’s reasoning was incorrect, and then felt angry at the influence the person wielded.  To effectively use bridging with Madison (in the above question), a multimodal therapist would
  19. Which of the following is NOT incorporated in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)?
  20. The “diagnosis” in Reality therapy is:
  21. Which of the following concepts is NOT associated with the first wave of behavior therapy?
  22. The Reality Therapy acronym SAMI2C3 represents
  23. Regardless of which model of family systems theory used, it is important for the clinician to remain the observer and allow the family to work out its own problems
  24. The stimulus response (S-R) concept explains the formation of
  25. Which of the following is NOT one of Satir’s faulty communication stances?
  26. In cognitive therapy, background factors
  27. Which of the following questions about the third generation of behavior therapy is NOT true?
  28. Intermittent reinforcement is generally less effective than regular reinforcement
  29. _______________ offer(s) conceptual guidelines for integrating two or more treatment systems
  30. When treating young people who represent diverse ethnic and cultural groups, cognitive therapy
  31. Circular questioning is a fundamental strategy developed by the Milan School in Italy
  32. In Reality Therapy, the acronym WDEP represents
  33. A decrease in the prescriptive matching of treatment to diagnosis is anticipated
  34. Emotion-focused couples therapy combines attachment theory with an experiential and systemic approach
  35. Strategic family therapy developed by Jay Haley and others teaches therapists to:
  36. A weekly paycheck is an example of a fixed-interval reinforcement
  37. EMDR, which helps people reduce negative images resulting from traumatic experiences, involves the use of
  38. Cognitive theorists view the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders as
  39. Which of the following treatment systems is based on the idea that small changes can lead to larger changes that have a “ripple” effect?
  40. Which of the following is not a strong influence on the development of Hill’s three stage integrated model?
  41. Glasser asserts that human behavior is a function of the
  42. Behavioral therapy has no place in family systems theory
  43. A scattered approach to treatment which is haphazard and inconsistent, having neither direction nor coherence, is called
  44. When Joan goes to class to take a test, she experiences a vague “bad” feeling. According to Beck’s Cognitive Therapy, the most immediate cause of this feeling is probably:
  45. When Christians have concerns regarding any imagery involved in devotional meditation, Christian counselors can discuss
  46. Christianity stresses
  47. Family Therapy models always coincide with Biblical perspectives on what constitutes healthy family functioning.
  48. Tan believes this integration approach is particularly helpful when working with clients who are non-Christians or are not interested in discussing spiritual issues in therapy.
  49. Tan recommends explicit informed consent for Christian integration to occur in therapy.
  50. Tan believes there are at least three persons involved in every counseling session.
  51. Tan believes this form of prayer may be especially useful for Christian clients who have unresolved painful memories from their past.
  52. From a Christian perspective, there are limitations to how far we can progress emotionally through cultivating willpower and self-control alone.
  53. Christian clients who emphasize their sin without having a good understanding of God’s grace can increase their emotional distress.
  54. This Christian meditation form involves immersing oneself into a Biblical story or parable using the imagination and one’s senses.
  55. A Christian perspective on change embraces high motivation and willpower as the primary resources for change in Christian clients
  56. Christ-Centered Present Moment Awareness differs from mindfulness in that
  57. Tan’s approach avoids Christian meditative or contemplative prayer forms.
  58. Tan agrees that Reality Therapy’s lack of emphasis on the past when working with clients.
  59. When looking closely at what cognitive therapists do with clients, it appears that the real criterion for rationality is a utilitarian one.
  60. The developer of this healing of memory approach emphasizes the incarnational reality of Christ.
  61. When persons are experiencing an anxiety disorder, the therapist needs to tailor how Christian devotional meditation is implemented.
  62. Tan’s model promotes building self-confidence in the client.
  63. This approach had significant influence on the early development of some Christian counseling approaches because of its emphasis on responsibility and right and wrong.
  64. Christianity and Behavior Therapy agree that “actions have consequences”.
  65. Doing traditional mindfulness with a Christian omits beneficial theistic relational components available from the Christian worldview, according to Garzon (2015).
  66. Most of the time when doing inner healing with clients, Ohlschlager will select a verse himself for the client to pray and interact with God around.
  67. Mindfulness concentrates on building self-awareness of on-going experience. Christian devotional meditation cultivates both self-awareness and God-awareness in that experience.
  68. The first major standard in the American Association of Christian Counselors ethics code is to
  69. Tan supports the following tenets except
  70. Tan believes Christian therapists should promote self-sufficiency in their Christian clients.
  71. Tan notes that although we as humans are creatures with Behaviorally conditioned habits, we are not totally conditioned.
  72. Many Christian therapists have more training in Eastern forms of meditation such as mindfulness than they do in Christian forms of meditation.
  73. Ellis believed the idea of sin was pathological and should be eradicated from a client.
  74. Christianity historically did not have practices involving meditation.
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