5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The 6 tasks of the counselor during the screening process (CF #1)
- Reasons to explain rational of case management to client
- Information about consultations, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and progress (CF #11)
- Substance abuse or dependence (CF #1)
- Competence in referral
- a During the screening process the counselor must decide whether or not the client has a problem with ______
- b The ability of the counselor to recognize personal limits and/or the limits of the program in meeting the needs of the client.
- c Promotes ownership of treatment, instills motiviation, elicits input and concerns, and provides clarity to the client
- d Type of information which should be kept in a client's record.
- e Assemble forms, collect and analyze information from referral source, interview the client, analyze information to determine if the client is appropriate for the program, and make arrangements for referral
5 Multiple choice questions
- The process by which a client is determined appropriate and eligible for admission to a particular program.
- Corrects behavior patterns
- May take place before, during, or after screening and intake. It must take place before treatment begins.
- Shock, anxiety, intellectualization
- Name of client; name of agency releasing the information; name of agency receiving the information; nature of the information being released; purpose for the release of information; specific date, event, or condition terminating consent
5 True/False questions
Major areas addressed in case management → Health problems, psychological testing, family therapy, continuing education, special therapy groups, and legal issues
Definition of Counseling (Core Function #6) → The utilizaiton of special skills to assist individuals, families, or groups in achieving objectives through exploration of a problem and its ramifications; examination of attitudes and feelings; consideration of alternative solutions; and decision making.
Activities during the intake process (CF #2) → The counselor's first step when a client discloses suicidal thoughts.
Unbundling → To provide all the needed services to meet the client's unique needs regardless of what agency provides the care.
Interdisciplinary Team → Can include a physician, psychiatrist, registered nurse, program manager, program director, clinical supervisor, mental health professionals such as a psychologist, social worker, substance abuse counselor, and family therapist