In the context of converting programs, _____ tactics are those where teachers emphasize the dangers of drug use to young people.
The “primary” goal of an alcohol/drug intervention is to:
Which of the following is an early prevention approach that didn’t work?
According to the text, which of the following elements does the concept of quantum change exclude?
Who developed a form of intervention known as motivational interviewing?
Which of the following assumes that an individual has never tried drugs or alcohol and enforces a no-use norm by building positive self-esteem?
Miller and Rollnick described _____ as a state of readiness or eagerness to change.
Which of the following did successful prevention approaches in the 1980’s include?
Which of the following reasons makes interventions 100 percent effective, regardless of whether an alcoholic decides to get help and treatment?
The stages of a formal intervention in order are:
During the assessment stage, an interventionist asks family members to explain or clarify all EXCEPT the:
_____ is defined as feeling two ways about something, being in conflict between the pros and cons of the status quo (or the pros and cons of changing).
The non-directive motivational interview is symbolized by OARS. What does OARS stand for?
Identify a factor that is associated with risk behaviors.
According to chapter ten, which of the following is a program that emphasizes dealing with authority figures, resting peer pressure, improving behavior in school, getting along better with family members, and developing empathy?
During the initial contact stage, the following types of interventions are typically used EXCEPT:
According to Daniel Goleman, which of the following is/are a key element of emotional intelligence?
According to the resiliency factors as described by the Wolins, _____ is the habit of asking tough questions that pierce the denial and confusion in troubled families.
Which of the following abilities allows an individual to feel empowered?
The Wolins define _____ as an internal protective factor and the ability to bounce back.
The stage of change in motivational interviewing when a therapist raises doubt and increases a client’s perception of risks and problems is called the _____ stage.
Which of the following is part of an effective motivational strategy?
Which of the following mechanisms of intervention is used at stages 5 and 6 of the alcohol/drug use continuum?
In the _____ stage of change, people are considering change but are ambivalent about it.
According to the resiliency factors as described by the Wolins, _____ is a push for mastery that combats the feelings of helplessness troubled families produce in their offspring.
Which of the following mechanisms of intervention is used at the stage 4 of the alcohol/drug use continuum?
Which of the following suggestions, as listed under “Dos and Don’ts” (Table 9.1) in chapter nine, are to be followed in dealing with someone who has an alcohol/drug problem?
Prevention efforts for people of color and other minorities must be:
According to this chapter, interventions are most likely to be effective in getting individuals into treatment when:
In the context of the developmental assets model, identify the asset category to which the assets self-esteem and sense of purpose belong.
Changing old, imbalanced patterns is possible only if individuals:
Effective motivational strategies include all BUT:
Which of the following is the best way to handle emotions while dealing with someone who has an alcohol problem?
Which of the following statements is true of the assessment stage of a formal intervention process?
Which of the following factors that make at-risk youth more vulnerable and predictive of later substance abuse have been identified by prevention programs that are aimed at the youth?
In order for alternative activities to be successful, the alternative activities need to be:
The tone of a successful intervention is _____.
How many assets does the developmental assets model describe?
Intervention services began as a strategy to avoid waiting until the alcoholic/addict “hit bottom.” Who is credited with coming up with this strategy?
Common defense components of resistance to change include all of the following EXCEPT _____.
Participants in an intervention need to guard against the alcoholic/addict’s exceptional ability to:
The “Nondirective” part of motivational interviewing, OARS, includes all of the following suggestions EXCEPT:
The following are examples of interventions during the experimentation stage EXCEPT:
In the alcohol/drug recovery field, the term “hitting bottom” refers to:
Change is described in Buddhist teachings as:
The Wolins’ work on resiliency has determined that some children of alcoholics grow up free of drinking because they:
When using a directive-only approach, a person who does NOT use motivational interviewing will:
Which of the following is a style of procrastination?
During the preintervention stage, which of the following is true of the group members?
Which of the following is an asset category that is included in the developmental assets model?