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Chapter 7 & 9 - Quiz
PSY 4430 - Substance Abuse Counseling
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The concept of _____ is rooted in evidence-based best practices designed to end the defeating cycle of substance abuse.
In which stage of the change process does the counselor tip the balance - evokes reasons to change and strengthen self-efficacy?
A client slipping back into old addictive pattern that is not managed correctly by redefining it as a learning experience may face_______.
The Abstinence Violation Effect (AVE)
A slips is a return to uncontrolled substance abuse, whereas a relapse is a temporary lapse in control.
The Disease Model
Which of the following is the process of becoming dysfunctional in recovery, which ends in physical or emotional collapse, suicide, or self-medication with alcohol or other drugs?
Which of the following is the first tool in training clients to recognize high-risk situations?
In which of the following methods are the clients taught to be critical observers of their bodily responses when they become exceptionally sensitive to environmental influences on their behavior?
Labeling and detachment
The mindfulness-based relapse prevention helps the client develop an awareness of substance use triggers and resulting consequences and then be able to stop the triggering process by using coping skills to manage situations that lead to substance use.
Lifestyle imbalances occur when people's balance between external demands (their "should") and pleasure and self-fulfillment (their "wants") is inordinately weighed to the side of the "wants," which leads to indulgence and gratification.
Relapse chain is a sequence of events leading to a relapse that can take many forms.
A slip is a return to uncontrolled substance abuse, whereas a relapse is a temporary lapse in control.
Recovery is a developmental process that goes through five stages, namely, hunger, anger, loneliness, tired states, and sickness.
Managed care is a system designed to ______.
control the quality and cost of health care through such methods as placing limits on access to services, selecting service providers, and enforcing cost containment
Which of the following is true of Managed Behavioral Health Care Organizations (MBHOs)?
MBHOs specialize in the provision of addiction and mental health care.
Identify which of the following statements is true of managed care systems:
Managed care systems increase the likelihood that an individual will be offered the least intrusive treatment available.
As applied in the context of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008, what is the extent of equity in the comparison between physical health benefits and mental health (and substance use) benefits?
Equal benefits coverage, equal financial requirements and treatment limitations, and equal cost-sharing
The increased access to health care helps to move substance abuse and mental health treatment toward integration with general health care, especially because ______.
the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act is still active in combination with the Affordable Care Act
Which of the following is true of key informants as a means to measuring substance-abuse-related needs?
Their subjective opinions can never replace objective data.
In identifying desired outcomes, substance abuse professional must bear in mind that ______.
one must work toward reducing the frequency or quantity of substance used as it is a more feasible outcome than abstinence
In the context of outcome evaluation in the drug and alcohol field, which of the following is true?
Many psychosocial criteria can be considered more appropriately as continuous rather than nominal variables
Is it a good idea for clients to leave treatment with an understanding that follow-up will ensue?
Yes, they are likely to maintain their intent to cooperate if regular and positive contacts are made.
Among the barriers faced by diverse racial and ethnic communities/populations needing addiction or mental health services is a lack of ______.
diverse racial and ethnic representation within the behavioral health workforce
In the United States, although a mandate for electronic health records has been in place since 2004, most treatment settings have not moved to electronic health records.
In a managed care system, inpatient clients have the greatest likelihood of maintaining effective social ties; of having individualized, multidimensional treatment; and of retaining a sense of responsibility for themselves and their own recovery.
As far as individual clients are concerned, the focus on outcome follow-up should begin at the first intake interview.
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