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The function of the reality therapist is to:
Assist clients in dealing with the present.
The core of choice theory/reality therapy consists of:
The client's self evaluation, plan of action, and commitment to follow through
_____________ provides a delivery system for helping individuals take more effective control of their lives.
Reality therapy tends to be a long-term approach.
All of the following are procedures that are commonly used in reality
The practice of reality therapy can best be conceptualized as the:
Cycle of counseling
Glasser believes the need to love and to belong are secondary needs.
Reality therapists see clients as being responsible for their own choices as they have more control of their behavior than they often believe.
What is the theoretical basis for reality therapy?
Choice theory emphasizes thinking and acting, which makes this a general form of:
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Reality therapy is popular in all of the following areas, except:
Reality therapy is best described as:
A short-term therapy that deals with conscious behavioral problems.
The client's quality world consists of all of the following except:
WDEP stands for:
Wants, doing, self-evaluation, planning
Which of the following is not a component of total behavior?
Wubbolding extended the theory and practice of reality therapy with his conceptualization of the:
Wubbolding believes all of the following encourage the client's
involvement in therapy except for:
In reality therapy, the counseling environment is:
Characterized by a therapeutic climate that establishes the foundation for implementing procedures.
_________ posits that we are not born blank slates waiting to be externally motivated by forces in the world around us.
Wubbolding emphasizes that reality therapy is a mental health system rather than a:
Which of the following procedures would a reality therapist be least
likely to employ?
If choice theory is the highway, reality therapy is the:
Vehicle delivering the product
All of the following are true about planning and commitment in
reality therapy, except:
In our quality world we develop an inner:
What do reality therapists believe about the use of questions?
Relevant questions help clients gain insights and arrive at plans and solutions
_________ teaches that all behavior is made up of four inseparable but distinct components - acting, thinking, feeling, and physiology.
A reality therapist will primarily focus on:
When reality therapists explore a client's past, they tend to focus on:
In reality therapy, the purpose of developing an action plan is to:
Arrange for successful experience
The role of meaningful relationships in fostering emotional health is receiving increased attention in:
Contemporary reality therapy
Which of the following is (are) a contribution of choice
Reality therapy rests on the central idea that:
we choose our behavior and are responsible for what we do, think, and feel.
Glasser challenges the traditionally accepted views of mental illness and treatment by the use of medication, especially:
The widespread use of psychiatric drugs that often results in negative side effects both physically and psychologically.
A limitation of this approach as it applies to multicultural counseling is:
The power of the past and the effect of traumatic experiences in early childhood.
Choice theory changes the focus of responsibility to:
Choice and choosing
In a reality therapy group, the leader:
may encounter resistance from members when providing suggestions for how clients can best get what they want
All of the following are key characteristics of contemporary reality
therapy except for:
In working with Japanese clients, a reality therapist might do what when asking clients to make plans and commit to them?
The therapist might be likely to accept "I'll try" as a firm commitment
According to Glasser, many of the problems of clients are caused by:
Their inability to connect or to have a satisfying relationship with at least one of the significant people in their lives.
Glasser contends that ________ is a way that both therapist and client avoid being who they are and owning what they are doing right now.
Focusing on the ______ protects clients from facing the reality of unsatisfying present relationships, and focusing on symptoms does the same thing.
A primary goal of contemporary reality therapy is to:
Help clients get connected/reconnected with the people they have chosen to put in their quality world.
Reality therapy is often considered as a
Reality therapists believe in a generational basis for mental illness.
Reality therapy is not well suited to group counseling.
Reality therapy cautions against the therapist mentoring the client.
Most recently, reality therapy has been applied to management and supervision, coaching, family therapy, and parenting. It is now taught and embedded in every continent except Antartica.
One of the procedures of reality therapy is to work through unfinished business from the past.
Reality therapists see therapeutic value in working with a client's dreams.
Glasser took the position that schools needed to be structured in ways to help students achieve a success identity as opposed to a failure identity.
Reality therapists ask clients to take a hard look at whether their current actions are working for them.
Reality therapy sees transference as a way for the therapist to avoid getting personally involved in the clients' lives.
The core of reality therapy is developing a plan for change as a way of translating talk into action.
The first step in the process of reality therapy consists of a comprehensive assessment leading to a specific diagnosis.
Reality therapists refuse to accept excuses.
Reality therapists use punishment as a way to help clients follow through with their plans and commitments.
Reality therapy is a popular approach in correctional work.
It is essential for the therapist to establish a satisfying relationship with clients as a prerequisite for effective therapy. Once this relationship is developed, the skill of the therapist as listener and teacher assumes a central role.
Choice theory is based on the assumption that people are in charge of their own destiny.
Reality therapists maintain that clients will not change unless they assume a self-critical attitude.
Clients are expected to focus on their feelings and attitudes, and then their behavior will change.
Glasser recommends that therapists look back for the causes of a client's present failures.
A main function of the reality therapist is to encourage clients to assess their behavior to determine how well it is working for them.
Reality therapy is often used in treating drug and alcohol abusers.
It is the job of the reality therapist to convey the idea that no matter how bad things are there is hope.
The SAMIC3 plan is an essential part of the evaluation phase of the WDEP system.
Robert Wubbolding stresses the importance of a supportive and challenging therapeutic environment.
Addressing what clients are presently doing and asking clients to evaluate what they want to change fits well in various settings.
Reality therapy is an open system that allows flexibility in application based on the needs of culturally diverse individuals.