SOWK 260 Exam 4

SOWK 260 Exam 4 Liberty University

  1. Identify a perceptual factor that most likely causes alcoholics to relapse.
  2. In the context of triggers that invoke cravings among recovering alcoholics, which of the following is an example of time being used as a trigger?
  3. Which of the following is an example of an environmental cause for alcoholics to relapse?
  4. Which of the following traits do individuals with borderline personality disorder most likely have?
  5. Which of the following is a familiar and an extremely valuable relapse-prevention technique that can be easily invoked and is often used in the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) approach?
  6. In the context of triggers that invoke cravings among recovering alcoholics, which of the following is an example of a place being used as a trigger?
  7. In the context of self as described in the Johari window, which of the following is an example of one’s public self?
  8. In the context of relapse, which of the following is an effective way of coping with cravings?
  9. _____ is characterized by a pervasive pattern of grandiosity, need for admiration, and lack of empathy.
  10. Identify a spiritual factor that most likely causes alcoholics to relapse.
  11. Which of the following is/are an advantage(s) of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) approach as outlined in chapter twelve?
  12. Identify a true statement about organic depression.
  13. As outlined in this chapter, what are some common reasons individuals give for not attending Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)?
  14. According to Masterson, which of the following elements is part of abandonment depression?
  15. In the context of troublesome behavior patterns identified by Groves in describing patients who arouse negative feelings in counselors, identify a feature of self-destructive deniers.
  16. Identify the “relapse-prone” behavior.
  17. According to Marlatt, which of the following is an example of mindfulness-based behavioral relapse prevention?
  18. Identify a true statement about the resolution stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
  19. According to chapter eleven, a factor that escalates the potential for suicide is an affective disorder accompanied with _____.
  20. _____ is frequently the diagnosis for many adult children of alcoholics.
  21. Which of the following is NOT considered a mood or an affective disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV)?
  22. Identify a true statement about the honeymoon stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
  23. A majority of relapses occur in the first _____ days of recovery.
  24. Which of the following concepts does mindfulness-based relapse prevention include?
  25. In the context of depression, _____ refers to how often one feels depressed.
  26. According to chapter twelve, which of the following is NOT a Rational Recovery concept?
  27. Manic episodes of bipolar disorder are characterized by all EXCEPT:
  28. According to Rawson, identify the time of course of the resolution stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
  29. Which of the following is true of major depression?
  30. Which of the following is/are described in chapter 12 as a “curative factor” in group therapy?
  31. In the context of troublesome behavior patterns identified by Groves in describing patients who arouse negative feelings in counselors, identify a feature of dependent clingers.
  32. What differentiates various types of affective (feeling) disorders?
  33. According to Marlatt and Gordon, which of the following is the least likely cause for relapse among alcoholics?
  34. In the context of cravings, a(n) _____ is a stimulus that has been repeatedly associated with the preparation for, anticipation of, or the actual use of alcohol/drugs.
  35. Which of the following is a feature of the adjustment stage of alcohol/drug recovery?
  36. Which of the following is a feature of the wall stage of alcohol/drug recovery?
  37. According to this chapter, co-occurring or dual disorders mean that an individual:
  38. According to the chapter, identify the age group with the highest rate of serious mental illness (SMI).
  39. In the context of the HALTS (Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired, Sick) tool of preventing an individual from being vulnerable to relapse, which of the following should an individual do to address issues related to hunger?
  40. Which of the following is an externalizing problem in the context of treating co-occurring disorders in adolescents?
  41. Which of the following is a feature of an individual who is most likely to be recovery-prone?
  42. Which of the following is a feature of an individual who is most likely to be relapse-prone?
  43. Identify a feature of the withdrawal stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
  44. Which of the following is an example of a psychological cause for alcoholics to relapse?
  45. In the context of the Johari window, which describes the domain of counseling, the _____ includes things the individual is not consciously aware of that others are aware of about the individual.
  46. _____ is a personality disorder that has a marked instability of mood and is characterized by intense interpersonal attachments.
  47. Identify from the following the four troublesome behavior patterns that have been identified by Groves in describing patients who arouse negative feelings in counselors.
  48. Identify the first stage of alcohol/drug recovery.
  49. Richard Rawson describes the “Wall Stage” of recovery as occurring at _____.
  50. According to chapter eleven, what is one of the common themes found with clients who are diagnosed with both bipolar disorder and substance abuse?
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