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SCWK.2311.101.2021SP Interviewing and Counslng Thy
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A possible problem in using significant others is that they do not support a client's substance free life, or the client does not value their support.
As a clinician it is not very important to use appropriate motivational strategies that are specific to the change stage of the individual.
Because motivation strategies emphasize clients' responsibilities to voice, personal goals, and values, as well as to make choices among options for change, clinicians should understand and respond in a __________________ to expressions of cultural differences.
Clients in the action stage are helped best when clinicians
support a realistic view of change through small steps & assist the client in finding new reinforcers of positive change
Clinicians can help the change process by using competing reinforces. A competing reinforcer can be anything that clients enjoy and that is a healthy alternative to drugs.
Counselor style may be one of the most important and most often ignored variables for predicting client response to an intervention; thus, accounting for more of the variance than client characteristics.
Different kinds of help are needed depending on which stage of readiness for change the client is at.
In giving feedback, the clinician states personal risk or impairment indicated by an assessment of substance use patterns and associated problems.
In the five stages of change, it is not uncommon for the client to linger in the early stages.
Many clinicians have discarded the use of a confrontational style. Increasingly; counseling has become more client-centered, focusing more on clients' strengths. Counseling relationships are more likely to rely on _______, rather than authority, to involve the client in treatment.
Most clients will move through the contemplation stage acknowledging only the _________________.
Motivation interviewing provokes ____________ and encourages clients to progress at their own pace toward deciding about, planning, making, and sustaining positive behavioral change.
Motivation style of counseling can be useful throughout the process. Sometimes it is all that is needed and at other times it is only a beginning.
Motivational interviewing was originally developed for problem alcohol drinkers in the early stages of readiness for change and was conceived as a way of initiating treatment.
Natural self-change and therapeutic intervention has many similarities.
One's clinical approach will be decided by which of the three critical elements of motivated needs bolstering.
Rather than dismissing the more challenging clients as unmotivated, clinicians are equipped with skills to enhance motivation and to establish _____________ with their clients.
Recurrence of use in a person with substance abuse disorder signals a failure.
Research suggests that the more frequently clinicians use adversarial confrontational techniques with substance-using clients, the more likely they will change.
Resuming substance use and returning to a previous stage of change should not be considered a failure and need not become a disastrous or prolonged recurrence.
The three critical elements of motivation are
ready, willing, able
Throughout the process of moving clients from contemplation to preparation the clinician should emphasize the clients' personal choices and ______________ for change.
When a client relapses it usually means that they have lost their commitment to change.
Whereas the treatment field has historically focused on the deficits and limitations of clients, there is a greater emphasis today on identifying, enhancing, and using ________________________.
clients' strengths and competencies
Which of the following is not a desirable attribute for the counselor?
All of the following are positive benefits of managed care except:
Except: open-ended counseling
(utilization of a team approach by interdisciplinary helpers
focus on strengths rather than weaknesses)
An integrated approach:
uses a variety of counseling techniques and strategies
Assumptions of the human relations counseling model include:
people have some freedom to choose the direction of their lives
Communication skills are:
Counseling models have shifted from:
individual perspectives to an ecological model
Equality in a helping relationship:
develops from an understanding that what occurs in sessions is mutual
Informal human service workers include all of the following except:
can be formal, semiformal, or informal helpers
Recent neuroscience research has:
determined that biology has an important influence on psychological development
Social workers have particular strength in their knowledge of:
Strategies aim to change functioning in which of the following domains?:
affective, cognitive, and behavioral
Successful termination occurs when:
agreed outcomes have been reached
The common denominator of all helpers is:
effective use of communication skills to develop relationships
The conclusions of a November 1995 Consumer Reports Study are:
psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers do not differ in effectiveness as helpers
The development of communication skills aids the helper in:
learning to recognize inconsistencies between the helpee's verbal and nonverbal messages
learning to recognize inconsistencies between the helper's verbal and nonverbal messages
Correct! all of the above
The ecological perspective looks at:
the individual embedded in his/her systems
The first stage of the counseling model focuses on:
The single most important ingredient in the helping process is:
a warm empathic relationship
Which characteristic of effective helping has been constant over the past decades?:
a working alliance
A danger of the problem-oriented approach is:
lack of attention to strengths
A safeguard against controlling the communication process is:
Congruent counselors are:
Culturally sensitive helpers:
recognize biases in many therapeutic models
Helpful verbal behaviors include all of the following except:
Increased experience as a helper contributes to:
increased trust in one's intuition
In which of these ways can therapists avoid difficult topics?:
asking many questions
The purpose of a helping relationship is to:
meet the needs of the helpee
Western models of psychotherapy are based on:
Which of the following best describes the helping process?:
helping the client to help him or herself
The four major categories of emotion are:
anger, sadness, fear, happiness
Asking frequent close-ended questions in a session:
often directs the session
is responded to more often than affective content
Desirable nonverbal behavior includes:
leaning toward the helpee
In verbal communication one tends to respond to:
the most recent theme discussed
Minimal verbal responses include:
"uh-huh" and "mm-mm"
Responding "don't worry" to a client:
may interfere with a client's exploration of emotion
tends to be uncomfortable for helpers
Some anthropologists believe that nonverbal communication is ______% (or fraction) of any communication.
Summary is a type of:
often lead to defensiveness
You may be able to recognize your overparticipation in a session when:
you have a lot you want to say
Processing an exercise involves:
discussing feelings and reactions to the exercise
Which of the following is a correct pair?:
clarifying - I'm confused about the details
Formal relationships differ from informal relationships because in the formal relationship:
roles are stated or implied by position
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