michael osbourne chapter 5

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Adler taught that we must successfully master three universal life tasks. Which of the following is not one of these tasks?‚Äč
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d. Enhancing wellness
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__________ is often described as our perceptions regarding self, others, and the world, and includes the connecting themes and rules of interaction that give meaning to our actions. ‚Äč
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c. lifestyle
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Which of the statements below about social interest is true?‚Äč
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a. while adler considered interest to be innate, he also believed that it must be learned, developed, and used.
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Dr. Jones told Emily that her efforts to overcome her fear of test taking at school will most likely lead her to outperform all of her classmates one day. This intervention was:‚Äč
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b. innappropiate because dr. jones was confusing adlers notion of superiority with the idea that her client would become superior over others
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The purpose of examining a client’s family constellation is to:
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a. get a picture of an individuals early social world
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The social interest and community feeling refer to: ‚Äč
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d. individuals awareness of being part of the human community and to individuals attititudes in dealing with the social world
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The statement \”Only when I am perfect can I be secure\” is an example of:‚Äč
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a. a guiding self ideal
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All of the following are stages in Adlerian counseling except:‚Äč
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d. analysis of resistance
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The process of encouragement in Adlerian counseling includes all of the following except: ‚Äč
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d. helping clients understand there liabilities and weakesses and process them in detail
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An Adlerian therapist asks for the client’s earliest recollections in order to:
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a. provide a point of departure for the theraputic venture
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According to Adlerians, inferiority feelings: ‚Äč
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d. create motivations to create mastery
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Dr. Kane pointed out to her client John that his feelings of inadequacy at work seem reminiscent of the feelings he experienced in his family of origin. It is probable that Dr. Kane was:‚Äč
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b. looking for continuity by oaying attention to themes running through johns life
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Adlerians view the use of techniques in counseling as:
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a. geared to the phase of therapy and the needs of clients
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Which of the following techniques is not used in Adlerian family counseling?
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c. analyzing resistance between members of the family
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Adlerian therapy has a phenomenological orientation. Thus, the therapist attempts to view the world from:
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c. the clients frame of reference
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Which of the following statements is not true about Alfred Adler?
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b. his early childhood was happy
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When Adler spoke of individuality, he referred to the unique way we:
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d. develop our own style of striving for competence
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\”Fictional finalism\” is an Adlerian term meaning:
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c. an imagined central goal that guides our behavior
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In helping clients to examine their mistaken goals and faulty assumptions, an Adlerian therapist does not use:‚Äč
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d. interpretation of the transference relationship
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Which of the following aspects is not assessed when exploring a client’s family constellation?‚Äč
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c. the relationship between the parents and pediatrician
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Which of the following is not true about the Adlerian concept of \”private logic\”?‚Äč
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a. it is a result of the feelings and emotions we experience in our daily lives
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Adler chose the name ___________________for his theoretical approach because it is based on a growth model.
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a. individual psychology
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Which of these statements is not true about Alfred Adler?‚Äč
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c. ‚ÄčAlfred Adler has been criticized by intellectuals for failing to give his brother Edmund due credit for helping him develop his theory.
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Adler pioneered the practice of teaching professionals through live demonstrations with parents and children before large audiences. This is now called:‚Äč
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a. open forum family counseling
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One contribution of Adlerian therapy is that: ‚Äč
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a. ‚Äč practitioners are given a great deal of freedom in working with their clients.
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Who is primarily credited with popularizing and extending Adler’s work by applying Adlerian principles to group work? ‚Äč
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d. ‚Äč Rudolph Dreikurs
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Which of the following did Adler not stress?‚Äč
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b. ‚Äč Focus on early childhood experiences as determinants of later personality functioning
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Which child is most likely to demand center stage, tends to have difficulties in life when he or she is no longer the center of attention, and is likely to become dependently tied to the mother?
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d. O‚Äčnly child
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Which child tends to feel squeezed out and may develop a conviction that life is unfair and a feeling of being cheated‚Äč
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c. M‚Äčiddle child
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All of the following are life tasks that Adler taught we must successfully master except: ‚Äč
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d. ‚Äč achieving self-actualization.
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The client’s core experience in Adlerian therapy consists of:
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b. ‚Äč discovering their basic mistakes and then learning how to correct them.
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Which of the following would an Adlerian therapist particularly value?‚Äč
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c. ‚Äč Modeling of communication and acting in good faith
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The premise of Adlerian group work is that:
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a. ‚Äč clients’ problems are usually of a social nature.
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Adlerian therapists strive to establish and maintain:‚Äč
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a. ‚Äč an egalitarian therapeutic alliance and a person-to-person relationship with their clients.
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The Adlerian approach is well suited to multicultural counseling because the: ‚Äč
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a. ‚Äč approach encourages clients to define themselves within their social context.
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The __________ sets forth the goals of the therapeutic process and specifies the responsibilities of both therapist and client.‚Äč
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c. t‚Äčherapeutic contract
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Adlerian psychology is a __________, holistic, optimistic, and socially embedded theory based on basic assumptions that have woven into various theories of counseling.‚Äč
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b. p‚Äčhenomenological
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All of the following are characteristics that form the basis for an integrative framework in brief therapy except:‚Äč
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d. c‚Äčounselor indirectiveness.
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Individuals may believe that it is inappropriate to reveal:‚Äč
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a. f‚Äčamily information.
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During the reorientation and reeducation phase the most important intervention is:‚Äč
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b. e‚Äčncouragement.

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