SOWK 431 Quiz 2

SOWK 431 Quiz 2 Anxiety to Eating Disorders

  1. Andrew is a 15 year old male enrolled in the 9th His mother has contacted an outpatient mental health agency because of his extreme fears of going to school. She stated that he has bot been able to attend a single day in the past 2 months. During your intake, Andrew was nervous and sweating profusely, but was friendly and mature. He smiled a lot, even when discussing painful subjects. He had minimal contact, however, focused instead on the floor. He identifies that he is afraid of larger class sizes in high school and large crowds. Which of the following disorders would you evaluate Andrew for?
  2. When assessing for anxiety in children, it is recommended that interviews should be conducted together with parents
  3. Separation anxiety in children have about ___ percent that persist into adulthood.
  4. When assessing for anxiety disorders the following should be a part of the assessment except:
  5. Typically, people who are diagnosed with Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) have not experienced a history of uncontrollable stress.
  6. Anxiety disorders also increase the risk of suicidality.
  7. Which of the following therapies have been studied to assist with anxiety?
  8. What is a disadvantage to using medication to treat anxiety?
  9. The following are common themes found in obsessive-compulsive disorder except:
  10. The social worker’s information-gathering about OCD should include:
  11. Families with children who have OCD tend to provide excessive reassurance, assist by avoiding triggers, and catering to the obsessions and compulsions, sometimes participating in rituals. This is important to assess and target as a reduction results in better treatment response.
  12. Obsessive-compulsive disorder typically develops in late adulthood.
  13. What is psychoeducation?
  14. In treating OCD which of the following could be a part of that treatment?
  15. OCD and hoarding disorders have their own groups in the DSM V.
  16. Which of the following develop when a person has PTSD?
  17. Increased arousal is a part of PTSD
  18. PTSD is the only disorder that is a result of trauma.
  19. Which of the following methods are appropriate treatment options for PTSD?
  20. Cognitive interventions aim to modify a client’s problematic cognitions involving self-blame, lack of safety, inability to trust, powerlessness, and loss of control.
  21. Crisis debriefing has been found to be helpful in working with children who have PTSD.
  22. People with eating disorders tend to be underdiagnosed and undertreated.
  23. Although eating disorders are more prevalent in females, males represent about 25% of cases.
  24. Bulimia is moderately heritable and more so then anorexia.
  25. Having a mental disorder puts one at risk for having an eating disorder.
  26. Goals for treating eating disorders include all of the following except:
  27. Treatment for eating disorders can only take place in inpatient facilities.
  28. is the emotional response to real or perceived imminent threat, where as _____ is the anticipation of future threat.
  29. If a client presents with an excessive anxiety and worry, occurring more days then not for at least 6 months, about a number of events or activites, you would assess them for what type of disorder?
  30. You can meet criteria for posttraumatic stress disorder if you have learned that a traumatic event occurred to a close family member or close friend when the event was violent or accidental.
  31. PTSD can only be diagnosed within 3 months of the event.
  32. What is the rate of recovery for generalized anxiety disorder?
  33. What is the probability of generalized anxiety reoccurring?
  34. Anxiety disorders are often comorbid with one another and with _____.
  35. Obsessive compulsive disorder has common comorbid disorders with all of the follow except:
  36. In adulthood, females are at a heightened risk for OCD than do males, although in childhood, rates between gender groups are similar.
  37. Obsessive-compulsive disorder typically develops in late adulthood.
  38. What is mindfulness?
  39. For adolescents specifically, according to the National Comorbidity Survey Replication Adolescent Supplement, 62 percent have experienced a traumatic event; however, rates of PTSD were only 4.7 percent.
  40. PTSD is the only disorder to have as a result of trauma.
  41. PTSD can present as ADHD, ODD, depression and bipolar, therefore carefully reviewing the symptoms can help distinguish the proper diagnosis.
  42. When treating PTSD, all exposure methods, however, share a common feature: the client confronts threatening stimuli until the anxiety is reduce.
  43. When was PTSD added to the DSM?
  44. The lifetime prevalence of bulimia is ___% of the population.
  45. The average age for bulimia and anorexia is 18.9.
  46. Involvement in certain activities that emphasize very low body fat, such as certain sports and dance, places an individual at risk for eating disorders.
  47. Suicide is not a risk of eating disorders.
  48. Partial hospitalization is the first-line treatment for eating disorders.
  49. Despite research, experienced clinicians do not find CBT as a useful as described in research for treating eating disorders.
  50. One of the challenges faced by those involved in preventing eating disorders is the difficulty of changing the dieting and weight preoccupations that are so culturally pervasive.
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