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Counseling

Carl rogers is well know for his work in humanistic therapy, which is also know as:
a. behavior oriented therapy
b. biofeedback therapy
c. attachment theory therapy
d. client centered therapy

d. client centered therapy

According to Bowlby, attachemtns come from a need for:
a. sex
b. love
c. food and protection
d. safety and security

d. safety and security

"Affect" is synonymous with
a. denial
b. emotion
c. catharsis
d. attachments

b. emotion

In the early stage of developing a counseling relationship, it is important for the counselor to be:
a. coercive
b. nonjudgmental
c. able to judge the outcome
d. able to answer all questions

b. nonjudgmental

Directive counseling is also known as:
a. active
b. passive
c. Rogerian
d. client-centered

a. active

Which of the following acts of mourning is to experience the pain of loss?
a. first
b. second
c. third
d. fourth

b. second

Using specialized techniques to help people with abnormal grief is known as:
a. grief therapy
b. crisis therapy
c. grief counseling
d. situational counseling

a. grief therapy

Carl Rogers is most frequently associated with:
a. grief syndrome
b. crisis counseling
c. personal death awarness
d. unconditional positve regard

d. unconditional positve regard

Client-centered counseling is also known as:
a. active
b. directive
c. non-directive
d. psychoanalysis

c. non-directive

Which of the following is NOT one of the normal reactions in Lindemann's symptomatology of normal grief?
a. no interuptions in patterns of conduct
b. sensations of somatic distress
c. proccupations with images of the deceased
d. feelings of guilt

a. no interuptions in patterns of conduct

Which of the following is NOT a distinct role of the funeral service sounselor in helping a bereaved family gain insight into problems and discovering ways of coping with problems?
a. the funeral director is a primary source of information
b. the funeral director may suggest alternatives to the bereaved party
c. the funeral director is the ceremonial institutional tender of the funeral
d. the ultimate decisions of the funeral should be influenced by the funeral director

d. the ultimate decisions of the funeral should be influenced by the funeral director

Which of the following is NOT an advantage of the directive counseling approach?
a. it encourages dependence by the bereaved
b. it takes less time
c. it is fairly easy to learn and conduct
d. it allows the funeral director to provide necessary information and guidelines

a. it encourages dependence by the bereaved

Carl Rogers is most frequently associated with
a. alternative counseling
b. directive counseling
c. non-directive counseling
d. indirect counseling

c. non-directive counseling

Which of the following would NOT be an acceptable counseling principle applicable to funeral service?
a. establish rapport
b. encourage conversational flow
c. do not assusme the bereaved's first statements to be either true or correct
d. insist the client gain a new perspective

d. insist the client gain a new perspective

Which of the following would argue that counseling is associated with good communication?
a. Sigmund Freud
b. Carl Rogers
c. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
d. Edgar Jackson

b. Carl Rogers

The thrid of Kubler-Ross' stages of dying is identified as
a. depression
b. denial
c. anger
d. bargaining

d. bargaining

A common pattern of symptoms and reactions experienced by those who have lost relatives or friend through death is known as
a. grief.
b. sorrow.
c. mourning.
d. grief syndrome.

d. grief syndrome.

Overactivity, acquistion of symptoms of the deceased, isolation from friends and family, and furious hostility toward a specific person are part of what theory?
a. Tasks of Mourning
b. Delayed Grief
c. Normal Grief Reactions
d. Three Phases of Grief

b. Delayed Grief

To assist in the understanding of the circumstances or situations the individual is experiencing, and to assist that person in the selection of an alternative adjustment if necessary is known as
a. facilitating
b. guidance
c. counseling
d. communication

a. facilitating

The fourth stage of dying according to Kubler-Ross is
a. anger
b. denial
c. bargaining
d. depression

d. depression

The final component of Attachment Theory states that
a. the level or reliance upon the deceased dictates the response
b. strong emotional attachment to the deceased usually results in chronic grief
c. the greater the potential for loss, the more intense the reaction
d. there is an inverse relationship between the amount of money in the estate and the level of effort to prevent the death

c. the greater the potential for loss, the more intense the reaction

Which of the following is a "task of mourning: accoding to Worden?
a. reflect the reality of the loss
b. experience tha pain of grief and repress the emotions
c. adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing
d. to withdraw emotional energy and keep to oneself

c. adjust to an environment in which the deceased is missing

The second stage of death and dying accordiing to Kubler-Ross' is
a. anger
b. denial
c. bargaining
d. depression

a. anger

A non-directive method of counseling which stresses the inherent woprth of the client and the natural capacity for growth and health is called _____ counseling.
a. directive
b. client-centered
c. grief therapy
d. situational

b. client-centered

The type of counseling which takes place when the family is selecting the services and items of merchandise after a death has occurred is called
a. pre-need counseling
b. at-need counseling
c. post-need counseling
d. directive counseling

b. at-need counseling

Which of the following is a style of counseling rather than a type of counseling?
a. informataional
b. psychotherapy
c. person-centered
d. situational

c. person-centered

Which of the following is Worden's second "task of Mourning"?
a. accept the reality of the loss
b. to experience the pain of grief
c. to adjust to an environment without the deceased
d. re-invest in another relationship

b. to experience the pain of grief

The age at which a child understands death as being both final and inevitable is
a. birth to 3
b. 5 - 9
c. 3 - 5
d. 9 years and above

d. 9 years and above

Which type of counseling involves sharing a body of special information with a counselee?
a. situational
b. informational
c. psychology
d. psychotherapy

b. informational

Person-centered counseling is also referred to as
a. client-centered counseling
b. psychiatry
c. directive counseling
d. situational counseling

a. client-centered counseling

Which style of counseling focuses on the counselor taking a live speaking role?
a. directive
b. non-directive
c. client-centered
d. Rogerian

a. directive

Establishing a rapport with the client, appraising the client's problems, and acepting the client's attitudes and feelings are factors specifically associated with which style of counseling?
a. situational
b. informational
c. non-directive
d. directive

c. non-directive

According the client-centered counseling, the necessary quality of a counselor bing in touch with realtiy and other's perception of one-self is termed
a. communication
b. positive regard
c. rapport
d. congruence

d. congruence

According to Worden, which of the following are Tasks of Mourning?
1. Experience pain of grief and isolate from friends and relatives
2. Accept reality of loss and withdraw emotional energy from deceased
3. Acknowledge the death and do not think about the deceased
4. Adjust to new environment and invest energy in new relationships
a. 1 and 2
b. 2 and 4
c. 2 and 3
d. 1, 2, and 4

b. 2 and 4

Which of the following are components of "Uniqueness of Grief"
1. How the bereaved perceives the loss and the bereaved's age
2. Somatic distress and hostile reactions
3. The age of the deceased and involvement
4. Bereaved's preparation for loss and the bereaved's inner strengths and outer resources
a. 1 and 4
b. 2 and 3
c. 3 and 4
d. 1 and 2

a. 1 and 4

In "Tasks of Mourning", which of the following are two of the main components?
1. Accept the reality of the loss
2. Develop traits of the deceased
3. Call on inner strengths
4. Experience the pain of grief
a. 1 and 2
b. 3 and 4
c. 2 and 3
d. 1 and 4

d. 1 and 4

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