Group Counseling Final: Quiz 10
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The School-Based Groups model described by Sink, Edwards and Eppler (2012), can be summed up as P + I = healthy development and dealing with daily-living. The "P" and "I" represent:
An examination of psycho-educational groups in kindergarten through 12th grade (Villalba, 2007) demonstrated benefits in all the following areas except___________.
An increase in school attendence
School-based groups are usually of what duration?
__________________ is the most common theoretical approach in school settings.
Program goals should be clearly articulated to the parents or guardians of the children who participate. Which of the following statements is correct?
This statement is true in its entirety
All matters of child abuse or neglect, either real or suspected, should be reported immediately to:
Mrs. O'Hara, a social worker, has recommended to Billy's third-grade teacher that he be placed in a school group to address certain issues. All the following should be taken into consideration for a proper student-to-group fit in terms of length and duration of the group, except:
Children in group settings often test barriers and limitations in order to gauge the level of ________________ which they can expect.
In a group setting with child counselees, the youngsters regularly present views about parents, teachers, the school, etc. Mr. Strickland, the leader, should:
All the following are considered appropriate/important factors, ideas or considerations in terminating a group of children, except:
Permission to end confidentiality
Play-therapy is/can be utilized effectively for:
Those up to and including adolecents
A well-known personality in the field of psychology who developed and instituted a form of widely used play-therapy was:
When dealing with the wide variety of issues faced by students, university counseling centers are often hindered by:
Chizu Aoki is brand new to the Stepford University counseling center. She wishes to form and lead a group on campus. A recommended resource in determining the type, structure and potential benefits of a group is:
Group work and outreach plans for college counselors
Rings and Washburn (2011) present strategies for assisting which unique demographic of college students?
First generation college students
Interpersonal groups for college students are particularly effective in assisting counselees in clarifying their ___________.
Steen et al. (2011) propose that college students of color are more likely to depart prematurely from educational settings because of:
Lack of academic and personal support
Sources of stress during adolescence are unique to that specific period to the exclusion of those faced during college years. Which statement is correct?
The emotions are frequently not mutually exclusive
A group for college students who are combat veterans has been developed by:
Categorizing and labeling children, once deemed counterintuitive, is:
Still likely to result in bias, either conscious or unconscious
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