Groups: Process and Practice
#1. Therapeutic Group - The broad purposes of a therapeutic group are to increase members' knowledge of themselves and others, to help members clarify the changes they most want to make in their ...
tlane12|6 years ago|±0|474 views
Developmental Psychology - Test 1 - Ch. 1 & 2
#1. The fact that development often involves continuities speaks to the fact that over time humans tend to - remain the same #2. Albert, a developmental psychologist, conducts research on children's ...
tayler_horton|9 years ago|+1|8,388 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 4 - Psychoanalytic Therapy
#1. Evidence suggesting the concept of the unconscious includes all of the following except: a. dreams. b. posthypnotic suggestions. c. freeassociation. d. material derived from introspec...
zingnwing|5 years ago|+4|11,819 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 2 - The Counselor Person and Professional
#1. It is especially important for counselors who work with culturally diverse client populations to do all of the following, except: a. be aware of their own cultural heritage. b. have a br...
zingnwing|5 years ago|±0|8,415 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 10 - Cognitive Behavior Therapy
#1. The founder of rational emotive behavior therapy is: a. William Glasser. b. Frederick Perls. c. Albert Ellis. d. Joseph Wolpe. - c #2. The use of constructive questions, the importance of ...
zingnwing|5 years ago|+2|13,101 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 9 - Behavior Therapy
#1. Behavior therapy is associated with all but one of the following: a. empirically supported treatments. b. functional analysis of behavior. c. a philosophical view of human behavior. d....
zingnwing|5 years ago|+2|14,341 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 8 - Gestalt Therapy
#1. Who among the following is not considered a relational Gestalt therapist? a. Fritz Perls b. Laura Perls c. Miriam Polster d. Erving Polster - a #2. Gestalt therapy is a form of: a. Fr...
zingnwing|5 years ago|±0|11,859 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 3 - Ethical Issues in Counseling Practice
#1. In becoming an ethical practitioner, a crucial task is to: a. learn how to arrive at clear-cut answers for difficult situations. b. identify a specific ethical code as the source of ans...
zingnwing|5 years ago|±0|6,583 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 6 - Existential Therapy
#1. Which person is not associated with the existential movement? a. Rollo May b. Victor Frankl c. Irvin Yalom d. B. F. Skinner - d #2. The central goal of existential psychotherapy is to: a...
zingnwing|5 years ago|±0|14,123 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 5 - Adlerian Therapy
#1. Adler taught that we must successfully master three universal life tasks. Which of the following is not one of these tasks? a. Building friendships b. Establishing intimacy c. Contributin...
zingnwing|5 years ago|±0|11,173 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 1 - Introduction and Overview
#1. Synthesizing the approaches covered in the text: a. can easily be accomplished after taking an introductory course. b. is usually-mastered by the end of the first year of one's graduate p...
zingnwing|5 years ago|+3|5,003 views
Psychotherapy Chapter 7 - Person Centered Therapy
#1. The personcentered approach's view of human nature: a. views people as basically competitive. b. states that humans are driven by irrational forces. c. emphasizes clients' abilities to e...
zingnwing|5 years ago|+2|20,063 views
Chapter 6 Take it in: Notes and Reading
#1. Cornell Method - The Cornell Method is a strategy for taking notes from a text. Divide the page into three section: a left margin, a bottom margin and a large right hand area for not...
olivialemieux|7 years ago|±0|14 views