PACO 615 Quiz 1 Midterm

PACO 615 Quiz: Marriage Dynamics and Marriage Counseling Midterm

  1. Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire remind couples not to ignore or overlook a spouse’s _________ during a conflict.
  2. The Moitinhos have adapted a technique called _______________ to help couples develop a vision for their marriage.
  3. Due to the cultural diversity in America, Ripley and
    Worthington highlight the importance of counselors learning from clients about the client’s cultural values, norms, and expectations. The concept is called:
  4. is an ongoing, deliberate practice of strategies that mitigate stress and promote wellness.
  5. The Moitinhos encourage couples to do the following to feed their bodies:
  6. In the REACH Forgiveness intervention, letter C represents the following action:
  7. Showing genuine concern and helping one’s neighbor as an overow of a couple’s desire to serve people in Jesus’ name is an example
    of this ethical principle:
  8. The Moitinhos believe that a vision has several intertwined foundational elements. These elements can help guide a couple’s thoughts as they develop a vision for their marriage. The ABC’s of a vision include the following:
  9. The three core elements or pathways to change in Hope-Focused marriage counseling include the following, EXCEPT:
  10. A harsh start-up means that the spouse started the conversation with:
  11. This is a goal of the intake session, EXCEPT:
  12. According to Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire, “__________ creates emotional distance and hinders romance.”
  13. The following are pre-counseling interventions recommended by Ripley and Worthington, EXCEPT:
  14. Ripley and Worthington believe that _______________ is more important than counseling sessions.
  15. According to psychologist Robert Sternberg who developed the popular Triangular Theory of Love, the highest type of love is called
  16. ______________ is a core concept in Christian marriage.
  17. The Moitinhos assert that God’s design for marriage was established
  18. This couple in the Bible is a great example of the concept of curb appeal shared by the Moitinhos.
  19. The Moitinhos propose that to address stress and the transitions in the early years of marriage, couples would do well to:
  20. Perpetual conflicts are:
  21. The Hope-Focused approach is a Christian approach to marriage counseling that incorporates elements from other secular counseling approaches including:
  22. The following is true about the concept of vision.
  23. A study discovered that people in the U.S. walk an average of ________ steps a day.
  24. “Why do people stay in their comfort zone?” The Moitinhos believe that people stay because:
  25. Ripley and Worthington recommend several couple screenings, EXCEPT:

Other sets

  1. The core principle of Hope-Focused approach is: Faith, hope, and love
  2. The concept of SMART goals implies that a goal needs to be:
  3. is a person’s ability to become aware of and manage or control his or her emotions and feelings and engage in appropriate behaviors to reach a positive outcome.
  4. Showing genuine concern and helping one’s neighbor as an overflow of a couple’s desire to serve people in Jesus’ name is an example of this ethical principle:
  5. This couple in the Bible is a great example of the concept of curb appeal shared by the Moitinhos.
  6. Ripley and Worthington believe that is more important than counseling sessions.
  7. The Moitinhos use the metaphor of the curb appeal to represent a couple’s
  8. in the community.
  9. According to psychologist Robert Sternberg who developed the popular Triangular Theory of Love, the highest type of love is called
  10. According to Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire, ” make the marriage unsafe for conversation.
  11. is an ongoing, deliberate practice of strategies that mitigate stress and promote wellness.
  12. The Moitinhos have adapted a technique called to help couples develop a vision for their marriage.
  13. This element influences a person’s worldview.
  14. The three core elements or pathways to change in Hope-Focused marriage counseling include the following, EXCEPT:
  15. The Moitinhos believe that a vision has several intertwined foundational elements. These elements can help guide a couple’s thoughts as they develop a vision for their marriage. The ABC’s of a vision include the following:
  16. Due to the cultural diversity in America, Ripley and Worthington highlight the importance of counselors learning from clients about the client’s cultural values, norms, and expectations. The concept is called:
  17. The Marriage movement has been implemented in some states, but it has also been criticized by secular groups.
  18. The Hope-Focused approach to marriage counseling focuses primarily on: behavioral change
  19. The Hope-Focused approach has several strategies in the following categories named as an acrostic, EXCEPT:
  20. is a core concept in Christian marriage.
  21. is when the demands of one role affect the requirements of another one. For instance, it includes the role of being a spouse and a student at the same time.
  22. omework is essential for successful counseling. However, many couples do not engage in completing their homework assignments. According to Ripley and Worthington, the following is a reason why they don’t.
  23. Perpetual conflicts are:
  24. The Moitinhos assert that God’s design for marriage was established
  25. According to the Moitinhos, contributes positively to building a couple’s positive reputation in the community.
  26. This is a goal of the intake session, EXCEPT:
  27. The following is true about the concept of vision.
  28. The solution to a harsh start-up is a softened start-up, which can include the following, EXCEPT.
  29. According to Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire, ” creates emotional distance and hinders romance.”
  30. The Moitinhos encourage couples to do the following to feed their bodies:
  31. “Why do people stay in their comfort zone?” The Moitinhos believe that people stay because:
  32. The TANGO intervention focuses on communication skills. T stands for: Trusting the spouse
  33. The Moitinhos provide the argument that the Hebrew word ezer help support the concept that:
  34. The Moitinhos believe that when a couple’s spiritual location is close to God, they will experience in their marriage.
  35. A harsh start-up means that the spouse started the conversation with: Criticism
  36. is a description of a desired or preferred future, it involves the couple imagining possibilities.
  37. The Hope-Focused approach is a Christian approach to marriage counseling that incorporates elements from other secular counseling approaches including:
  38. In the REACH Forgiveness intervention, letter C represents the following action:
  39. The following are pre-counseling interventions recommended by Ripley and
  40. The Pew Research Center found that of the surveyed adults knew the majority of their neighbors.
  41. Ripley and Worthington recommend several couple screenings, EXCEPT: violence
  42. In the ABC Theory, B is the . Behavior
  43. A study discovered that people in the U.S. walk an average of steps a day.
  44. The Moitinhos call the technique Fork in the Road approach to refer to: Feeding the body
  45. Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire remind couples not to ignore or overlook a spouse’s during a conflict.
  46. According to Gottman, Gottman, and DeClaire. ” leads to emotional distance.”
  47. The Moitinhos propose that to address stress and the transitions in the early years of marriage, couples would do well to:
  48. Ripley and Worthington recommend the following as their best ideas of homework at the beginning of counseling.
  49. According to the Moitinhos, your worldview is and it
  50. The CLEAVE technique can be used to help the couple increase their bonding, and thus improve their intimacy. Ripley and Worthington recommend the following, EXCEPT:
  51. The key virtue in Hope-Focused approach is:
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