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5 Matching questions

  1. Assessment (Core Function #4)
  2. Imitative Behavior
  3. Client Expectations in group
  4. Typical reactions to a crisis
  5. Referral Information
  1. a Shock, anxiety, intellectualization
  2. b 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.
  3. c Role Modeling
  4. d Agency philosophy, program structure, and administrative information
  5. e Should be clarified early in the process in order to prevent frustration, which leads to dropping out or disruptive behavior.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Promotes ownership of treatment, instills motiviation, elicits input and concerns, and provides clarity to the client
  2. Screening, intake, assessment, treatment planning
  3. men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth
  4. Acute intoxication and/or withdrawal potential
    Biomedical conditions and complications
    Emotional/behavioral conditions and complications
    Treatment acceptance/resistance
    Relapse/continued use potential
    Recovery Environment
  5. The counselor must guard against the anger, frustration, or isolation that minorities may feel in group.

5 True/False questions

  1. Definition of Counseling (Core Function #6)The utilizaiton of special skills to assist individuals, families, or groups in achieving objectives through exploration of a problem and its ramifications; examination of attitudes and feelings; consideration of alternative solutions; and decision making.


  2. Designing an educational programOne should consider the range of problems in the population and the differences in learning abilities.


  3. Example of an Existential CrisisFeeling of emptiness


  4. Examples of a Developmental CrisisRetirement, Marriage


  5. Definition of Orientation (Core Function #3)The process during which the general nature, rules, and regulations of the program are described to the client. In a nonresidential setting, information should alsobe provided on the hours during which services are available.


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