5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vicarious Learning
- Group Cohesiveness
- Ways to establish rapport with a client during screening (CF #1)
- Treatment Plan Objectives
- a Occurs in groups by means of observation, identification with another person's work and modeling.
- b Caring about others
- c Must be stated in concrete, behavioral terms so that the client's progress can be clearly measured.
- d Sense of togetherness
- e warmth, encouraging prompts, non-threatening questions, clarifying confusing information, and appropriate self-disclosure.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The ability of the counselor to recognize personal limits and/or the limits of the program in meeting the needs of the client.
- 0.5: Early Intervention
I: Outpatient Services
II: Intensive Outpatient Services/Partial Hospitalizaiton
III: Residential/Inpatient Services
IV: Medically Managed Intensive Inpatient Services
- Those services which respond to an alcohol and/or other drug abuser's needs during acute emotional and/or physical distress.
- Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
- Interpersonal interactions
5 True/False questions
Crisis Intervention Steps → Should be presented in a style that is respectful of cultural, racial, ethnic, and sexual diversity among substance abusers.
Circumstances when federal regulations allow disclosure of client information → When client has consented in writing; when disclosure involves internal communications; when communications do not disclose client identifying information; when there is a medical emergency; when a disclosure is court-ordered; when the client commits or threatens to commit a crime against the program or its personnel; when needed by qualified persons authorized to conduct audits, research or program evaluations; or when there is child abuse and neglect
Client Rights → _______ into the treatment plan is essential for its success.
Barriers to effective assessment → Have special needs in treatment that impact the assessment process.
Questions asked during an oral drug/alcohol history → Age of first use
Heaviest times of use
Frequency and route of use
Recent pattern of use
Whether tolerance or dependence has developed
History of convulsions or hallucinations
Why the client is seeking help now