HSCO 500 Quiz 1

HSCO 500 Quiz 1 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. Common arguments for welfare reform include the belief that
  2. The term “generalist” in describing a human service professional implies
  3. Case Management
  4. Keeping information shared by clients in the counseling relationship secret is
  5. Generalist counseling services may include which of the following
  6. Urie Bronfenbrenner’s believed that individuals could best be understood when seen in the context of their relationship with
  7. Genograms are based on the premise that
  8. The Orphan Trains refers to
  9. Although the human services field can include a variety of job titles and careers, they all have the following in common:
  10. The chief goal of the human service professional is to
  11. Founders of the Settlement House movement perceived societal conditions and the hardship of immigration
  12. The Macrosystem includes
  13. When clients pose a danger to themselves or others, a counselor has a
  14. Social Darwinism posited that
  15. Reason(s) for the high number of orphans during the late 1800s and early 1900s included all but which of the following
  16. The overriding purpose of the COS was to
  17. The Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act (CAPTA) of 1974 was established to ensure that
  18. The Elizabethan Poor Laws of 1601
  19. When a counselor can understand the beliefs, thoughts, feelings and experiences from the client’s perspective the counselor is being
  20. Some individuals within society may need human services because they

Set 2

  1. The Macrosystem includes
  2. The chief goal of the human service professional is to
  3. The chief founder of the Settlement House movement was
  4. Generalist counseling services may include which of the following
  5. HIPAA laws provide patients with the right to
  6. Although there are no working settlement houses today, the prevailing concept espoused by this model remains, with the recognition of the need for
  7. Pregnant women, individuals who were extremely ill and unable to work, or any person over the age of sixty
  8. The Elizabethan Poor Laws of 1601
  9. Reason(s) for the high number of orphans during the late 1800s and early 1900s included all but which of the following
  10. The overriding purpose of the COS was to
  11. The idea that ‘lower level needs must be met before an individual can achieve higher level needs’ describes which of the following?
  12. Founders of the Settlement House movement perceived societal conditions and the hardship of immigration
  13. The author’s gardening metaphor (counselor as seed-planter, fertilizer and harvester) is intended to illustrate
  14. Members of society who are displaced due to poverty, racial disparity, or some other characteristic that reduces their status in society and makes them vulnerable to exploitation and denial of opportunities are often referred to as
  15. Social Darwinism posited that
  16. The federal government’s general categories of child maltreatment including
  17. The assumptions of the generalist practice model include all of the following except
  18. Human service professionals working in the field of Child and Family services may do all but which of the following?
  19. Keeping information shared by clients in the counseling relationship secret is
  20. A family genogram is an effective counseling tool because it
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