5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Assessment (Core Function #4)
- Groups with diverse ethnic and cultural memberships
- Areas of awareness to consider when designing an educational program on cultural diversity
- Example of an Existential Crisis
- Designing an educational program
- a Feeling of emptiness
- b The counselor must guard against the anger, frustration, or isolation that minorities may feel in group.
- c One should consider the range of problems in the population and the differences in learning abilities.
- d The essential first step in determining the possible causes of addiction for the person and the most appropriate treatment modality for his or her needs.
- e Pluralistic orientation, cultural knowledge, consciousness-raising, and experiential training
5 Multiple choice questions
- Client data, referral information, presenting problem, acceptancve in program or referral out
- Establish rapport
Gather relevant data
Reframe the crisis into a solvable problem
Help client examine realistic options
Arrange for follow-up
- The counselor's first step when a client discloses suicidal thoughts.
- Interpersonal learning
- Charting the results of the assessment and treatment plan, writing reports, progress notes, discharge summaries, and other client-related data.
5 True/False questions
Examples of significant problems or issues that may be identified on a treatment plan → Pervades the treatment process and is a component of all core functions.
A Counselor's primary focus in conducting an assessment (CF #4) → Client data, referral information, presenting problem, acceptancve in program or referral out
Orientation (Core Function #3) → May take place before, during, or after screening and intake. It must take place before treatment begins.
A Treatment Plan must describe → Must be stated in concrete, behavioral terms so that the client's progress can be clearly measured.
Imitative Behavior → Role Modeling