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Question 31 1 / 1 pts Consider the developmental stages of therapy groups discussed in the textbook

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Question 31

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Consider the developmental stages of therapy groups discussed in the textbook. In a substance abuse group, the members have become comfortable enough to compete with one another and jockey for status within the group. In which developmental stage is this therapy group?

  

Second stage

  

First stage

  

Fourth stage

  

Third stage

 

Question 32

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Which of the following is NOT one of the seven stages through which typical intact middle-class American families proceed?

  

Launching children and moving on in midlife

  

Leaving home

  

Resignation and acceptance of death

  

Joining of families through marriage or union

 

Question 33

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The notions of family structure, subsystems, and boundaries are important components of the type of family therapy practiced by _____.

  

Irvin Yalom

  

Steve deShazer and Insoo Kim Berg

  

Salvador Minuchin

  

Murray Bowen

 

Question 34

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Lisa’s family is very, very close. In fact, the degree of emotional closeness they have with each other is so great that no member of the family is particularly independent. They always have to be around each other and do things together. From Minuchin’s perspective, this family is demonstrating

  

an undifferentiated ego mass.

  

triangulation

  

enmeshment.

  

disengagement

 

Question 35

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As a family therapist, Dr. Langstrom talks to the family he is treating about their family comfort zone or “set point.” In family therapy terms, what Dr. Langstrom is really discussing is _____.

  

circular causality

  

homeostasis

  

communication patterns

  

functionalism

 

Question 36

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Dr. Dobson suspects violence and abuse in the relationship of his newest couples’ therapy patients, Hugh and Julie. If he wishes to assess the situation using a method that is more structured and formal than a clinical interview, he is likely to administer the

  

Sampson’s Worthwhile Abuse Technique (SWAT).

  

Conflict Tactics Scales (CTS).

  

At-Home Violence Metric (AVM).

  

Domestic Abuse Checklist for Children (DACC).

 

Question 37

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The Rothberg family includes parents Mark and Tina and children David and Abigail. Mark and Tina take David to a clinical psychologist because “he is the cause of all problems in our family. If you fix him, everything will be great in our household.” If the psychologist takes a family therapy approach to treatment, he will consider the possibility that, in this situation, David is

  

in significant competition with his schoolmates.

  

not Mark and Tina’s biological child.

  

an identified patient.

  

really "the cause of all the problem" like Mark and Tina suggested

 

Question 38

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Using solution-focused therapy terms, the question “If your problem disappeared, how would your life be different?” is an example of a(n) _____ question.

  

narrative

  

scaling

  

exception

  

miracle

 

Question 39

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When providing psychotherapy services to a family,

  

information related to the psychologist by one family member is always kept in confidence from all other family members.

  

the clinician must provide the family with a systems-based DSM

  

psychologists are encouraged to assign an individual diagnosis to one of the family members to facilitate reimbursement from insurance companies.

  

the ground rules for confidentiality should be established with all family members during the initial consultation.

 

Question 40

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Which of the following statements about intellectual tests for children is TRUE?

  

The Spanish WISC-IV is generally a poor choice for assessing the intelligence of Puerto Rican children.

  

The UNIT is a gender-fair intelligence test that may be administered to children.

  

Robert’s Apperception Test is commonly used to assess the intelligence of very young children.

  

The Spanish WISC-IV was normed on children from multiple Spanish speaking countries.

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