5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Definition of Crisis Intervention (Core Function #8)
- Ethnic minorities and women
- Client education material
- Typical reactions to a crisis
- Orientation (Core Function #3)
- a Those services which respond to an alcohol and/or other drug abuser's needs during acute emotional and/or physical distress.
- b Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
- c Have special needs in treatment that impact the assessment process.
- d May take place before, during, or after screening and intake. It must take place before treatment begins.
- e Shock, anxiety, intellectualization
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- When client has consented in writing; when disclosure involves internal communications; when communications do not disclose client identifying information; when there is a medical emergency; when a disclosure is court-ordered; when the client commits or threatens to commit a crime against the program or its personnel; when needed by qualified persons authorized to conduct audits, research or program evaluations; or when there is child abuse and neglect
- One should consider the range of problems in the population and the differences in learning abilities.
- The ability of the counselor to recognize personal limits and/or the limits of the program in meeting the needs of the client.
- Reveals information about family dynamics and the impact of addiction on the family and significant others.
- men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth
5 True/False Questions
Treatment Planning (Core Function #5) → Should be individualized and based on the client's particular problems and needs.
Client input → _______ into the treatment plan is essential for its success.
Benefits of utilizing a solution-focused model → The client establishes an increased sense of self-worth and becomes more investing in accomplishing the treatment goals.
Major areas addressed in case management → Health problems, psychological testing, family therapy, continuing education, special therapy groups, and legal issues
Assessment (Core Function #4) → 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.