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Ch. 6-10 Practice

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Who is the person who developed logo therapy?
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Viktor Frankl
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Which is NOT a key concept of existential therapy?
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It is based on a well-defined set of techniques and procedures
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One function of the existential therapist is to?
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Understand the client’s subjective world
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According to the existential view, anxiety is a
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part of the human condition
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Resistance is seen as a part of _____________ of how a person understands his or her being and relationship to the world at large
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The self-and-world concept
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What is the most crucial quality of a therapist in building an effective therapeutic relationship with a client?
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The therapists authenticity
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Who was the main American spokesperson of European existential thinking as it is applied to psychotherapy?
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Rollo May
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The existential approach is based on
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The philosophical concern with what it means to be fully human
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Existential Therapy is basically
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an experiential and relational approach
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Existential Therapy places emphasis on
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The quality of the client and therapist relationship
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The central theme running through Viktor Frankls work is
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The will to meaning
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The existential therapist would probably agree that
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ultimately we are alone
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The existential “givens of life” include
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death, freedom, existential isolation, meaninglessness
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Which of the following is a limitation of the existential approach to working with culturally diverse populations?
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The focus on ones own responsibility rather than on changing social conditions
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In person-centered group counseling, the role of the counselor is best described as a
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Facilitator
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Person-centered therapy is a form of
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humanistic therapy
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Congruence refers to the therapist’s
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genuineness
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In person centered therapy, transference is
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Not an essential or significant factor in the therapy process
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Emotion-focused therapy
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is rooted in person centered philosophy, incorporates aspects of existential therapy and gestalt therapy
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Accurate empathic understanding refers to the therapists ability to
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sense the inner world of the client’s subjective experience
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which techniques are most often used in person centered therapy?
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Active listening and reflection
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Which statement is most true of person-centered theory?
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The techniques a therapist uses are less important than are his or her attitudes
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In what stage of change do individuals intent to take action immediately and repost some small behavior changes?
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preparation
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One strength of the person-centered approach is that
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Therapists have the latitude to develop their own counseling style
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A limitation of person-centered approach is a
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tendency for practitioners to give support without challenging clients sufficiently
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As a result of experiencing person centered therapy, it is hypothesized that the client will move toward
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self trust, internal source of evaluation, being more open to experience, and willingness to continue growth
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Unconditional positive regard refers to
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accepting clients as worthy people
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The main founder of Gestalt therapy is?
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Fritz Perls
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According to the Gestalt view, awareness
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is by itself therapeutic
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The basic goal of Gestalt therapy is to help clients
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move from environmental support to self-support
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Gestalt therapy can be best characterized as
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an experiential therapy
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The focus of Gestalt therapy is on
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recognizing ones own projections and refusing to accept helplessness
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A contribution of the Gestalt approach is that it
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deals with the past in a lively manner
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The process of distraction, which makes it difficult to maintain sustained contact is
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deflection
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The process of turning back to ourselves what we would like to do to someone else is
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retroflection
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The tendency to uncritically accept others beliefs without assimilating or internalizing them is
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introjection
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The process of blurring awareness of the boundary between self and environment is
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Confluence
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Behavior is grounded on
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The principles of learnin
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Mindfulness and acceptance-based approaches
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have received empirical support as an effective form of therapy
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In behavior therapy is is generally agreed that
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the client should decide the treatment goals
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According to most behavior therapists, a good working relationship between the client and therapist
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is a necessary but not sufficient, condition for behavior change to occur
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Applied behavior analysis makes use of
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operant conditioning techniques
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Mindfulness practices rely on
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experiential learning and client discovery
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Dialectical behavior therapy
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is a promising blend of behavioral and psychoanalytic techniques
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Which is NOT true of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
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DBT is a blend of Adlerian concepts and behavioral techniques
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An exposure-based procedure that involves imaginal flooding, cognitive restructuring, and the induction of rapid, rhythmic eye movements aimed at treatment of traumatic experiences is called
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EMDR
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Prolonged/intense exposure – either in real life or in imagination – to highly anxiety-evoking stimuli is called
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Flooding
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contemporary behavior therapy places emphasis on
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the interplay between the individual and the environment
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A limitation to traditional behavior therapy is its
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de-emphasis on the role of feelings in therapy
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Which of the following is not a part of stress inoculation training?
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exception questions
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REBT is based on the philosophical assumptions that human being are
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potentially able to think rational but have a tendency toward irrational thinking
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REBT stresses that human beings
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think, emote, and behave simultaneously
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What is one role that SB-CBT practitioners would likely avoid assuming
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assuming an expert’s stance
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In CB group therapy
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some research shows that this approach is effective for treating a wide range of emotional and behavioral problems
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Strengths-based CBT contents that people
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have within their being positive qualities such as altruism, creativity, and courage
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According to REBT, we develop emotional disturbances because of
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our beliefs about certain events
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Mechenbaum’s __________ focuses on helping clients become aware of their self-talk and the stories they tell about themselves
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Self-intructional training
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In cognitive therapy the assumption is that psychological problems stem from processes such as
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faulty thinking, negative AT, failing to distinguish between fantasy and reality, making incorrect inferences on the basis of inadequate information
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Cognitive Therapy is based on the assumption that
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conditions are the major determinants of how we feel and act
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Cognitive Therapy techniques are designed to
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identify and test clients misconceptions and faulty assumptions
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The type of cognitive error that involves thinking and interpreting in all or nothing terms or categorizing experiences in either or extremes is known as
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polarized thinking
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Becks Cognitive Therapy differs from Ellis’s REBT in that Beck emphasizes
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socratic dialogue, helping clients discover misconceptions of self, working with client in collaborative ways, more structure in therapeutic processes
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Becks Cognitive Therapy has been most widely applied to the treatment of
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depression
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In self-instructional training which of the following is given primary importance?
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The role of inner speech