5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Crisis Intervention Steps
- Group Cohesiveness
- A signed consent for release of information should include _____
- Problem areas and conditions evaluated during assessment process
- Minority group members
- a 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
- b Sense of togetherness
- c If they don't feel safe in groups, their ability to progress through the necessary stages of group development can be inhibited.
- d Establish rapport
Gather relevant data
Reframe the crisis into a solvable problem
Help client examine realistic options
Arrange for follow-up
- e Physiological, behavioral, family, economic, interpersonal, other drug use, employment, and legal
5 Multiple choice questions
- Suicidal thoughts, identity confusion
- men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth
- Identifying the client's problems and needs, strengths and weaknesses.
- client's denial of substance abuse problem and his inability to give an accurate history because of memory problems related to addiction
- The counselor's first step when a client discloses suicidal thoughts.
5 True/False questions
Corrective recapitulation of family → Should be clarified early in the process in order to prevent frustration, which leads to dropping out or disruptive behavior.
Reasons to explain rational of case management to client → Promotes ownership of treatment, instills motiviation, elicits input and concerns, and provides clarity to the client
Definition of Case Management (Core Function #7) → The process during which the general nature, rules, and regulations of the program are described to the client. In a nonresidential setting, information should alsobe provided on the hours during which services are available.
Competence in referral → The ability of the counselor to recognize personal limits and/or the limits of the program in meeting the needs of the client.
Monitoring, feedback, and evaluation of services (CF #7) → completing forms for eligibility and admission to the program, discussing information about confidentiality, obtaining signed consent forms, taking a substance abuse history, mental health history, family history, and a social history