PSYC 317 Quiz 1

  1. The focus on client responsibility and choice best represents which theoretical approach?
  2. Everyone who becomes stressed will experience a crisis state at one time or another.
  3. A typical reaction to a crisis event is an increase in anxiety.
  4. The cognitive key refers to
  5. It might be appropriate for a crisis worker to serve temporarily as their client’s ego strength.
  6. A person can effectively come out of a crisis state through use of ego defense mechanisms such as repression and denial.
  7. Crisis intervention as a response to trauma first emerged when World War II soldiers began to return home.
  8. The focus of crisis intervention is on helping the client to win a favorable outcome to a lawsuit.
  9. Factors influencing a person’s response to crisis include their
  10. A person who has experienced a crisis event can benefit from it through
  11. Trauma-Informed Care is used in many state and federal agencies. It focuses on three key elements, not including
  12. Growth and optimism are ideas central to what theory?
  13. The only situation in which a dual relationship between a counselor and client would not be prohibited is when
  14. “Duty to Warn” came from
  15. According to Arredondo et al., there are five major cultural groups in the United States. These do not include
  16. Community volunteers or undergraduate students can effectively practice crisis intervention independently, so long as they have received appropriate training.
  17. A gravely disabled client is one who has a mental disorder and thus cannot take care of their daily needs for
  18. Because a crisis worker is not a psychiatrist, it is not important for them to be familiar with the conditions listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.
  19. If a crisis worker strongly believes in a particular moral code, it is appropriate for them to encourage their clients to adopt, or at least consider, that code.
  20. If a mental health professional has undergone sufficient training, there is no risk that he will experience countertransference.
  21. Medication can sometimes be given without client consent.
  22. In what year did the social work profession first adopt a code of ethics?
  23. The concept of “first, do no harm” was first expressly stated in the Code of Hammurabi (ca. 2000 BCE).
  24. “Duty to Warn” refers to reporting to their family or caregiver that a client intends to harm themselves.
  25. A crisis worker who resents their parents because he was sent to boarding school, and now gives advice to clients based on their unresolved feelings, is suffering from
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