Edce 505 reading quiz 4 (2019)


  1.  The core of choice theory/reality therapy consists of:
  2. The feminist approach to group counseling involves all of the following except:  
  3. Feminist therapy is a technically integrative approach that emphasizes the analysis of gender, power, and social location as strategies for facilitating change.
  4. Strengths-based CBT is a variant of Albert Ellis’ REBT.
  5. In reality therapy, the counseling environment is: 
  6. Using __________, the therapist responds to the client’s concern by placing it in the context of society’s role expectations for women. The aim is to provide the client with insight into the ways social issues are affecting her.
  7. Reality therapy is an open system that allows for flexibility in application based on the needs of culturally diverse individuals.
  8. According to feminist therapists, an intrapsychic orientation tends to result in blaming the victim.
  9. Which of the following is not true about role playing in REBT?
  10. The counselor engages in __________ only when it is judged to be therapeutically helpful to the client.
  11. During strengths-based CBT therapy, clients often discover that they use less resilient strategies when they encounter obstacles in areas of positive interest than they do in problem areas of their life.
  12. Beck’s cognitive therapy has been most widely applied to the treatment of:
  13. According to the relational-cultural model, a woman’s sense of self depends largely on how she connects with others.
  14. Reality therapists believe in a generational basis for mental illness.
  15. Cognitive therapy can be effectively employed in crisis intervention.
  16. A related goal of feminist therapy is to help:
  17. A feminist therapist generally does not expect the client to assume responsibility for making internal or external changes.
  18. Collaborative empiricism involves a cognitive therapist’s collaboration with colleagues on a client’s case.
  19. A central concept in feminist therapy is the importance of understanding and acknowledging:
  20. Historically, feminist psychotherapy groups were a vehicle for consciousness-raising.
  21. After having a bad therapeutic experience with a mental health professional who pathologized her anxiety over financial issues, Lillian decided to consult with a feminist therapist. How is her new therapist likely to view her anxiety symptoms?
  22. The first step in the process of reality therapy consists of a comprehensive assessment leading to a specific diagnosis.
  23. A limit of the feminist approach from a diversity perspective is:  
  24. Reality therapists see clients as being responsible for their own choices as they have more control of their behavior than they often believe.
  25. The practice of reality therapy can best be conceptualized as the:
  26. The REBT technique that involves having clients vividly imagine one of the worst things that might happen to them and to describe their disturbing feelings is called:
  27. Addressing what clients are presently doing and asking clients to evaluate what they want to change fits well in various settings.
  28. Theories and techniques are based on the lives and experiences of individuals (lived experiences) as well as research supporting gender and other inequities.
  29. Reality therapists use punishment as a way to help clients follow through with their plans and commitments.
  30. A main function of the reality therapist is to encourage clients to assess their behavior to determine how well it is working for them.
  31. In order to create a climate where men can reflect on their needs, choices, past and present pain, and hopes for their future, female counselors must have an environment resembling all of the following, except:
  32. WDEP stands for:
  33. According to Beck, selective abstraction is clients taking all the details of an event and using this information to reinforce negative schemas and support their maladaptive core beliefs.
  34. The four-step model of strengths-based CBT to build resilience include all of the following, except:
  35. Like cognitive therapy, strengths-based CBT is empirically based.
  36. The contemporary version of feminist therapy and the multicultural and social justice perspectives to counseling practice have a great deal in common.
  37. Feminist therapy is not static, but is continually evolving.
  38. Beck’s cognitive therapy involves all of the concepts below except:
  39. All of the following are key characteristics of contemporary reality therapy except for:
  40. The contemporary version of feminist therapy and the multicultural and social justice approaches to counseling practice have a great deal in common.
  41. Ellis claims that his methods are applicable to individual therapy but that his approach does not work well in group therapy.
  42. Clients learn that “musts,” “oughts,” and absolute “shoulds” can be replaced by preferences in REBT.
  43. What do reality therapists believe about the use of questions?
  44. In the strengths-based CBT four step model to build resilience, a key to the fourth stage of therapy is that the client:
  45. The type of cognitive error that involves thinking and interpreting in all-or-nothing terms, or in categorizing experiences in either/or extremes, is known as:
  46. Which of the following procedures would a reality therapist be least likely to employ?
  47. Feminist group work uses a structured approach and focuses on the use of techniques.
  48. REBT hypothesizes that we keep ourselves emotionally disturbed by the process of self-indoctrination.
  49. __________ assists clients in identifying the impact that their own gender-role socialization has played in shaping their values, thoughts, and behaviors.
  50. All of the following are goals of feminist therapy except for:  


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