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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Unbundling
  2. Techniques to enhance counselor's interviewing style (CF #1)
  3. Information about consultations, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and progress (CF #11)
  4. Problem areas and conditions evaluated during assessment process
  5. Client Expectations in group
  1. a Should be clarified early in the process in order to prevent frustration, which leads to dropping out or disruptive behavior.
  2. b eye contact, cultural consideration, awareness of gender differences, verbal language, body language, confidentiality, reflective listening, open-ended questions, affirming the client, and use of summarization
  3. c To provide all the needed services to meet the client's unique needs regardless of what agency provides the care.
  4. d Physiological, behavioral, family, economic, interpersonal, other drug use, employment, and legal
  5. e Type of information which should be kept in a client's record.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Self-responsibility
  2. Those services which respond to an alcohol and/or other drug abuser's needs during acute emotional and/or physical distress.
  3. Look toward the future
  4. Lack of support in home environment, lack of interests that support sobriety, prior sexual abuse, marital difficulties, adult child of addicted parent(s), lack of alcohol-free peer group, recent death of significant other, lack of confidence in ability to make new friends
  5. Occurs in groups by means of observation, identification with another person's work and modeling.

5 True/False questions

  1. Example of an Existential CrisisDeath of a loved one, serious illness, positive test result for HIV infection


  2. Family history of substance abuseReveals information about family dynamics and the impact of addiction on the family and significant others.


  3. Treatment Plan ObjectivesMust be stated in concrete, behavioral terms so that the client's progress can be clearly measured.


  4. Client inputAssurance of individualized treatment, competent or qualified staff, personal privacy or dignity, and the right to review his treatment plan.


  5. Imparting InformationNew data


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