can be used to assist in crisis intervention sessions.
Knowing one’s (counselor) limitations is essential for:
Which is not a typical cultural pattern of Latinos?
Which of the following groups has a strong religious belief in God and values the involvement of their pastor
A person in crisis may be in danger of:
In which stage of cultural sensitivity does the therapist consider culture as distracting from clinical effectiveness?
The outcome of a person’s crisis is determined by his or her:
Mandatory reporting laws only apply to situations where children are being abuse.
family structures are normal in most Latino families.
Dual relationships are considered ________________ in the counseling profession.
The ________________________ population tend to develop a culturally bound syndrome known as Ataque de Nervios.
Shame and obligation are two ideas to keep in mind when working with:
Caplan believed that all of the following are characteristics of effective coping behavior EXCEPT:
The concept of finite psychic energy comes from which theory?
A stressor that triggers a crisis is often referred to as a:
is the meaning given to the event or adjustment that determines whether the person can cope with the added stress.
Suicide prevention became widespread in the:
If the initial anxiety from emotional stress is not resolved, the client may experience a period of:
During a crisis, it is considered beneficial when a person:
issues refer to those behaviors that are universal to most cultures.
is the statutory right that protects clients from having their confidences revealed publicly.
The idea of growth and optimism comes from which theory?
Duty to Warn refers to disclosure of a client’s intention to harm
The crisis-prone person usually:
A healthy way to manage the stress that emergency workers often experience on the job is to:
The cognitive key refers to:
Crisis intervention was first developed with what population?
“Duty to Warn” came from:
A crisis worker who has unresolved feelings toward his own mother and gives advice based on this is suffering from:
A crisis can be an opportunity because:
The seven characteristics of effective coping behavior came from Caplan’s research at:
A counselor must break confidentiality when a client:
“Coming out” crisis refers to:
A crisis worker must break confidentiality in cases of:
Hispanics might be best treated using which theoretical model?
An example of a dual relationship would be:
An African American mother presents in the Emergency Room with her 15 y.o. daughter who was sexually assaulted. The maternal grandmother is present and is actively involved until the counselor asked her to leave. The counselor:
Mexican-American families are most likely to be:
The cognitive-behavioral theories have contributed which of the following to crisis intervention?
African Americans and Asian-Americans usually prefer to deal with counselors in a:
Carl Rogers and his person-centered counseling approach has contributed much in the way of:
Which theoretical approach is particularly useful in dealing with developmental and cultural crises?
Critical incident debriefing:
Who did Lindemann work with to establish a communitywide mental health program known as the Wellesley Project?
A counselor can be too ___________________ cultural backgrounds and limit his/her impact on the therapeutic process.
An Asian American client presents for crisis intervention. Which of the following would you not do during the counseling session?
issues refer to those behaviors that are particular to a specific culture or subgroup.
Some _________ helps motivate people to work through a crisis.