HSCO 506 Exam 2

HSCO 506 Exam 2 Liberty University

Set 1

  1. If we take into account the Formation Field approach to spiritual formation in our counseling, what is true?
  2. What is a main insight in Nouwen’s polarities model?
  3. The lectures talked about creating “free space” in the process of counseling suffering clients. What is a true statement from that discussion?
  4. Which list below provides some of the best suggestions for building a therapeutic relationship in a Christian counseling session?
  5. In counseling suffering people, what principle is true from the lectures?
  6. In the context of the discussion of Christian counseling as a spiritual enterprise, the lecture talked about “receiving grace” and “refining grace.” What is the main idea behind that discussion?
  7. From the lecture, when we define Christian counseling as a spiritual enterprise,
    what can we say?
  8. What determines what you emphasize in counseling and the techniques you choose?
  9. In providing hospitality and solidarity to a suffering client, what is true?
  10. The lecture talked about internal dissonance as one reason for personal suffering. What can we say about that?
  11. All of the models of spiritual formation have one of the same elements, which is
  12. What propels a level of professionalism in Christian counseling?
  13. According to the lecture, if someone were asked “What is spirituality?” how would they answer if they were coming from a post-modern point of view?
  14. From the METAMORPH perspective, what does it mean when the grid follows the idea of “many theories and techniques in service of a Christian worldview?”
  15. When clients come to a Christian counselor expecting to have “spirituality” included in counseling, what must we keep in mind?
  16. What would a counselor do as an “engineer” as relates to multi-tasking in Christian counseling?
  17. From the lecture, McMinn discusses “Three Continuous Assessment Dimensions.” Which statement below is NOT one of them?
  18. How does the rate limiting factor mentioned in the lecture and by McMinn relate to counseling?
  19. What is the idea behind the faith tradition vs. the formation tradition in the context of spirituality; why is focusing on our formation tradition important in counseling?
  20. According to the lecture, the term “spirituality” primarily denotes
  21. Consistent with the concept of hospitality is the expectation that there should always be conversation in the counseling relationship.
  22. There is little connection between a counselor’s worldview and the theory that a counselor chooses to promote healing.
  23. One way to move your counselee from “stranger” to friend, is to ask the tough questions.
  24. In counseling suffering clients, looking at body language may help the counselor identify some of the clients’ faulty thinking about suffering.
  25. Considering the lecture discussion of the five roles of a Christian counselor, we find that the role of “participant” has characteristics similar to establishing “solidarity” mentioned in a different lecture.
  26. According to the lecture, the fact that psychologists sometimes talk about “spirituality” gives affirmation to the yearning for experiences that all people seem to have.
  27. Clarifying your role as a counselor can actually contribute to healing for a suffering client.
  28. With regard to attribution theory, as counselors we need to recognize that people are responsible for their own behavior but at the same time also respond to external events.
  29. According to the lecture, when we counsel those who are suffering, we, as counselors, should never disclose our own personal struggles.
  30. A purpose of the METAMORPH grid is to help a Christian counselor focus on factors that affect human behavior and emotions.

Set 2

  1. One counseling benefit of Nouwen’s polarities model of spiritual formation is that we find clues as to typical counseling problems. If a client was at the “loneliness” end of the pole, he/she might be struggling with
  2. What propels a level of professionalism in Christian counseling?
  3. When clients come to a Christian counselor expecting to have “spirituality” included in counseling, what must we keep in mind?
  4. All of the models of spiritual formation have one of the same elements, which is
  5. According to the lecture, if someone were asked “What is spirituality?” how would they answer if they were coming from a post-modern point of view?
  6. From the METAMORPH perspective, what does it mean when the grid follows the idea of “many theories and techniques in service of a Christian worldview?”
  7. The lecture talked about internal dissonance as one reason for personal suffering. What can we say about that?
  8. From the lecture, when we define Christian counseling as a spiritual enterprise,
    what can we say?
  9. What is a main insight in Nouwen’s polarities model?
  10. The lectures talked about creating “free space” in the process of counseling suffering clients. What is a true statement from that discussion?
  11. What is the idea behind the faith tradition vs. the formation tradition in the context of spirituality; why is focusing on our formation tradition important in counseling?
  12. If we take into account the Formation Field approach to spiritual formation in our counseling, what is true?
  13. With regard to how a counselor’s temperament affects counseling, what can we say?
  14. From the lecture discussion of the METAMORPH grid, what is a true statement below?
  15. From the lecture, McMinn discusses “Three Continuous Assessment Dimensions.” Which statement below is NOT one of them?
  16. What determines what you emphasize in counseling and the techniques you choose?
  17. The lecture talked about “hospitality” as one way for a counselor to respond to suffering. How might a counselor exercise hospitality?
  18. Which list below provides some of the best suggestions for building a therapeutic relationship in a Christian counseling session?
  19. In counseling suffering people, what principle is true from the lectures?
  20. In providing hospitality and solidarity to a suffering client, what is true?
  21. According to the lecture, the fact that psychologists sometimes talk about “spirituality” gives affirmation to the yearning for experiences that all people seem to have.
  22. One way to move your counselee from “stranger” to friend, is to ask the tough questions.
  23. Consistent with the concept of hospitality is the expectation that there should always be conversation in the counseling relationship.
  24. According to the lecture, when we counsel those who are suffering, we, as counselors, should never disclose our own personal struggles.
  25. There is little connection between a counselor’s worldview and the theory that a counselor chooses to promote healing.
  26. The lecture emphasized that a characteristic of Christian counseling was an absolute reliance on technique.
  27. It is not really important that a counselor assess his/her own feelings toward a potential client.
  28. We can be “pleasantly inflexible” in our counseling by holding on to our foundational set of beliefs.
  29. Clarifying your role as a counselor can actually contribute to healing for a suffering client.
  30. The key idea of spirituality is to have a unified life.
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