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Addictions Final Exam
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The challenge facing entry and experience level counselors is how to effectively and efficiently engender healthy individual and fam change via a seamless treatment model that ensures ____ continuity.
Definition of Addiction
An abnormal love and trust relationship with an object or event in an attempt to control that which cannot be controlled, and an increasing desire for something with an accompanying decreasing ability to satisfy that desire.
Family Therapy is a collection of therapeutic approaches that share a belief in the effectiveness of family level assessment and interventions. Family Therapy is composed of many differing theories and models that share common belief. True or False?
Family members often have what major role(s) in keeping alcohol or drug addiction active - excuses
turning in to police
Wha are the 6 general roles, commonly assumed by members in addicted families. Each role serves against threats.
In the Sequential Family Addictions Model, stage 1 always begins with what?
The Systems approach to working with addictive families places primary emphasis on ____ rather than individual dynamics of each member.
Crystal Ball Technique
Movie Director Technique
What are 3 techniques used in Addictions treatment which come from Solution Focused Model?
1. Help family understand how thoughts and behaviors engender addictive behaviors.
2. Promote understanding how family members' addictive behaviors are tied to negative consequences.
3. Promote new, healthier ways of thinking and acting to reduce probability of using.
What are the 3 primary CBT goals of Addiction Counseling?
Sometimes addictive families purposefully __________ any negative consequences.
A large number of addictions counsellors utilize contingency contracts. One such contract is the _____________ Contract.
Experiences with addictive families show that the power hierarchy is often pathological inverted, and ____________ and ______________ rule the home.
Positive Reframe is a technique based upon the assumption that for every thought or action, there is a ______________ intention or personal characteristic being expressed.
Trust is a critical issue for the addictive family system. Often, trust grows more slowly than some recovering addicts can tolerate. The addict experiences the _________________ phenomenon in early abstinence.
________________ disorder has the highest suicide rate.
What theory defines auction as a choice and lack of willpower?
Differentiation of Self
The key to Bowenian addiction treatment is __________________, which states that the existence of two opposing forces that create an underlying tension.
Throughout the addiction cycle, addicts use larger amounts of a substance and/or take higher risks. Despair becomes more pronounced and lives become more _____________.
When the FAC is triangulated, the counselors intent is to keep the family members talking with one another about meaningful concerns, without allowing them to enter the unproductive chasm of _____________ turmoil.
Genogram depict individual relationships within families and, collectively, three or more generations.
Modified Intergenerational Origin Model allows an FAC to work with just one partner in a couple. The guiding principle is that any positive change in one partner has the potential to positively affect both the ____________ and the ______________.
Psychodynamic Object Relations Theory focuses primarily on ________________ perceptions of self and others.
In POR terms, the infant becomes more ____________ to the primary caregiver.
Physiological theory is the most prevalent theory in the medical and 12-step communities because it helps remove the moral stigma for addicts. By understanding the theory, it helps addicts have more motivation for seeking treatment and being responsible for their own _______________.
Resistance is especially relevant to addictive families. The authors day they find it vitally important to ________________ resistance.
Very often, the family becomes so involved with the addiction of the addict that they fail to see how it impacts the family as a whole. An intact family learns to manage in spite of the problem. As time goes on the family becomes more normalized. This type of adjustment becomes ________________.
POR is based on _____________ change and _____________.
Addicted families are much more likely to enter and remain in brief therapy.
It is more economical for the family and staff.
it is goal directed.
Considering that family recovery is a life-long process, what are the advantages of Strategic or Structural therapy which is brief, goal oriented therapy?
Addicts and their families are, more often than not, stigmatized, ridiculed, and discriminated against. Ultimately, they are ___________ by society and their loved ones, specifically for their own dysfunctional and addictive behaviors.
Gain the current and subjective relationships of the family system
Family mapping is used to help the therapist _______________.
Alcohol and Other Drugs (AOD)
A robust correlation exists among life-threatening behaviors such as suicide and bioactive between family system members and _________________.
Addictions have been conseptualized as _____________ Disorders.
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