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6649 Mid Term Study Guide

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Existential therapy is:
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According to the text, positive ethics is a practice in which counselors:
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In order for a therapist to communicate "accurate empathic understanding" the counselor must:
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In becoming an ethical practitioner, a crucial task is to:
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As a result of the client/therapist relationship in psychoanalytic therapy:
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Culturally encapsulated counselors would be most likely to:
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The basic aim of psychoanalytic therapy is:
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You are working with an ethnic minority client who is silent during the initial phase of counseling. This silence is probably best interpreted as:
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Assessment is a useful method of:
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Adlerians believe that first comes ____, then ____, and then ____.
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In Gestalt therapy, the relationship between client and counselor is seen as:
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The empty chair technique:
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According to Gestalt theory, people use avoidance in order to:
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The basic goal of Gestalt therapy is:
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Both feminist therapists and postmodern therapists tend to view diagnosis as it is traditionally done:
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Which technique is considered essential in existential therapy?
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In psychoanalytic therapy, how do clients work with their dreams?
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The basic goal of existential psychotherapy is:
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The role of the counselor's personal values in therapy is best described as:
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In working within a multicultural framework, what is especially important?
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Gestalt therapy is a form of:
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Which of the following statements is not true about Alfred Adler?
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Under what circumstances should a therapist consult with colleagues or specialists?
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The existential approach is:
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The existential approach is particularly well-suited to clients who:
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The purpose of examining a client's family constellation is:
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In the text, the main reason given for having counseling students receive some form of psychotherapy is to help them to:
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One of the limitations of the person-centered approach is that:
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The person-centered view of human nature:
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Analytic therapy is oriented toward:
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Adlerian therapy has a phenomenological orientation. Thus, the therapist attempts to view the world:
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The central issue in existential therapy is:
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Clients have a right to be informed about:
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In person-centered therapy assessment occurs:
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The goal(s) of Freudian psychoanalytic therapy is (are):
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The techniques of psychoanalytic therapy are aimed at:
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Which of the following is NOT typically a standard psychoanalytic technique?
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In Gestalt therapy, assessment is best conceived of as:
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A behavior therapist is most likely to focus on ____ in counseling Ruth.
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One contribution of Adlerian therapy is that:
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What is the most important factor related to progress in person-centered therapy?
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The process of encouragement in Adlerian counseling includes:
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The goals of existential therapy include all but ____?
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In Carl Rogers's view, diagnosis is considered:
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The person-centered therapist is best described as a:
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The "fundamental rule" for the client in psychoanalysis is:
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Existential therapy is best considered as:
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An authentic counselor is best described as:
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Effective psychotherapy is a practice in which:
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Person-centered therapy is best described
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