5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Moving too quickly from data collection to treatment planning (CF #4)
- A Counselor's primary focus in conducting an assessment (CF #4)
- Interdisciplinary Team
- Client education material
- Styles of Learning
- a Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
- b Identifying the client's problems and needs, strengths and weaknesses.
- c A common error made by counselors when conducting an assessment.
- d Can include a physician, psychiatrist, registered nurse, program manager, program director, clinical supervisor, mental health professionals such as a psychologist, social worker, substance abuse counselor, and family therapist
- e Auditory, visual, kinesthetic
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Interpersonal interactions
- men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth
- Client data, referral information, presenting problem, acceptancve in program or referral out
- Type of information which should be kept in a client's record.
- Name of client; name of agency releasing the information; name of agency receiving the information; nature of the information being released; purpose for the release of information; specific date, event, or condition terminating consent
5 True/False Questions
Treatment Team → Necessary quality in a crisis counselor
Barriers to effective assessment → Establish rapport
Gather relevant data
Reframe the crisis into a solvable problem
Help client examine realistic options
Arrange for follow-up
Definition of Counseling (Core Function #6) → The procedure by which the counselor/program identifies and evaluates an individual's strengths, weaknesses, problems, and needs for the development of the treatment plan.
Definition of Crisis Intervention (Core Function #8) → Those services which respond to an alcohol and/or other drug abuser's needs during acute emotional and/or physical distress.
Determining the problem (CF #8) → The counselor's first step when a client discloses suicidal thoughts.