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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Crisis Intervention Steps
  2. Group Cohesiveness
  3. A signed consent for release of information should include _____
  4. Problem areas and conditions evaluated during assessment process
  5. Minority group members
  1. 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
  2. b Sense of togetherness
  3. c If they don't feel safe in groups, their ability to progress through the necessary stages of group development can be inhibited.
  4. d Establish rapport
    Gather relevant data
    Reframe the crisis into a solvable problem
    Help client examine realistic options
    Contact resources
    Arrange for follow-up
  5. e Physiological, behavioral, family, economic, interpersonal, other drug use, employment, and legal

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Suicidal thoughts, identity confusion
  2. men, alcoholics, person who has lost someone, someone who takes drugs, person recently diagnosed with HIV infection, lesbian and gay youth
  3. Identifying the client's problems and needs, strengths and weaknesses.
  4. client's denial of substance abuse problem and his inability to give an accurate history because of memory problems related to addiction
  5. The counselor's first step when a client discloses suicidal thoughts.

5 True/False questions

  1. Corrective recapitulation of familyShould be clarified early in the process in order to prevent frustration, which leads to dropping out or disruptive behavior.


  2. Reasons to explain rational of case management to clientPromotes ownership of treatment, instills motiviation, elicits input and concerns, and provides clarity to the client


  3. 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.


  4. Competence in referralThe ability of the counselor to recognize personal limits and/or the limits of the program in meeting the needs of the client.


  5. 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


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