5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Level of care
- Vicarious Learning
- Moving too quickly from data collection to treatment planning (CF #4)
- Client education material
- a Occurs in groups by means of observation, identification with another person's work and modeling.
- b A common error made by counselors when conducting an assessment.
- c Necessary quality in a crisis counselor
- d Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
- e The counselor should seek the least restrictive level of intervention/care first.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Must be stated in concrete, behavioral terms so that the client's progress can be clearly measured.
- The provision of information to individuals and groups concerning alcohol and other drug abuse and the available services and resources.
- Interpersonal learning
- The identification ofthe client's needs that cannot be met by the counselor or angency and assisting the client to use the support systems and community resources available.
- New data
5 True/False questions
The 6 tasks of the counselor during the screening process (CF #1) → 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
Typical reactions to a crisis → Shock, anxiety, intellectualization
Client Rights → To provide all the needed services to meet the client's unique needs regardless of what agency provides the care.
Barriers to effective assessment → Have special needs in treatment that impact the assessment process.
Role of case management in treatment process → Pervades the treatment process and is a component of all core functions.