5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Client education material
- Factors to determine eligibility for a particular program (CF #1)
- Definition of Referral (Core Function #10)
- Activities during the intake process (CF #2)
- ASAM Levels of Care
- a 0.5: Early Intervention
I: Outpatient Services
II: Intensive Outpatient Services/Partial Hospitalizaiton
III: Residential/Inpatient Services
IV: Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Services
- b Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
- c completing forms for eligibility and admission to the program, discussing information about confidentiality, obtaining signed consent forms, taking a substance abuse history, mental health history, family history, and a social history
- d A possible substance abuse or dependence problem, physical condition is appropriate to the level of care provided in the program, mental or medical illness is either ruled out or can be appropriately treated concurrent to substance abuse treatment.
- e The identification ofthe client's needs that cannot be met by the counselor or angency and assisting the client to use the support systems and community resources available.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Physiological, behavioral, family, economic, interpersonal, other drug use, employment, and legal
- Caring about others
- Establish rapport
Gather relevant data
Reframe the crisis into a solvable problem
Help client examine realistic options
Arrange for follow-up
- Must be stated in concrete, behavioral terms so that the client's progress can be clearly measured.
- Effective case management for person in need of multiple services requires _______
5 True/False Questions
Information gathered during intake → The process by which a client is determined appropriate and eligible for admission to a particular program.
Catharsis → Caring about others
Designing an educational program → One should consider the range of problems in the population and the differences in learning abilities.
Level of care → The counselor should seek the least restrictive level of intervention/care first.
People at greater risk for suicide → men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth