Test Bank Dynamics and Skills of Group Counseling 1st Edition Lawrence Shulman A+

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Test Bank Dynamics and Skills of Group Counseling 1st Edition Lawrence Shulman A+

Test Bank Dynamics and Skills of Group Counseling 1st Edition Lawrence Shulman A+

$35.00
Test Bank Dynamics and Skills of Group Counseling 1st Edition Lawrence Shulman A+

Underlying Assumptions about People, Groups and Group Counseling

Multiple Choice Questions

1. w A practice theory includes: (p. 6)
a. Describing social organizations
b. Describing human behavior
c. Establishing a set of specific goals or outcomes
d. Describing the worker’s actions to achieve specific goals
e. All of the above

2. Establishing a set of specific goals or outcomes is an essential component of: (p. 6)
a. An oppression theory
b. A practice theory
c. An empirical theory
d. The ending phase of work

3. w Study, diagnosis, and treatment are three steps in which model? (p. 17)
a. Medical Model
b. Relational Model
c. Interactional Model
d. Resiliency Model

4. w A problem associated with the Medical Model is: (p. 17)
a. The emphasis on the study phase
b. The focus on dynamic interactions
c. The inability to accurately diagnose
d. Encouraging clients to give consent for treatment

5. Which underlying assumption of the Interactional Model centers on the
mutual need of individuals and the systems that matter to them? (p. 8)
a. The assumption of obstacles in the engagement
b. The assumption of symbiosis
c. The assumption of strength for change
d. None of the above

6. w The increasing complexity of human social systems is best illustrated in
which of the following statements? (p. 8)
a. Parents must prioritize responsibilities.
b. Spending more time with others is important.
c. It is important for parents to engage highly qualified caretakers for their children.
d. The world of work absorbs more time and energy, often leaving
parents less opportunity to foster family stability.

7. Sex, authority, intimacy, dependency, loss, and sexual orientation are examples of: (p. 8)
a. Taboo topics
b. Therapeutic issues
c. Interactional themes
d. Psychiatric issues
e. Presenting problems

8. w Operating on the principle “no matter how hopeless it seems, there is
always a next step,” assumes: (p. 14)
a. Symbiosis
b. Strength for change
c. Self-interest
d. Obstacles in engagement

9. w “The professional will always be identifiable because of her or
his attention to both clients.” According to Shulman, who are “both
clients”? (p. 8)
a. The persons requesting help
b. The counselor and the patient
c. The individual and her or his social surroundings
d. The counselor and the agency

10. The dynamic nature of the Interactional Model is reflected in which of the
following statements? (p. 15)
a. A counselor may not be influenced in her or his interaction with a client
by the changing nature of the relationship.
b. A counselor may be influenced in her or his interaction with a client by
the changing nature of the relationship.
c. A client may be influenced in her or his interaction with a counselor,
but a counselor will not be influenced by the client.
d. The changing nature of the relationship has the greatest impact on
the counselor.

11. w Counselors must be able to manage their own emotions in order to: (p. 17)
a. Help clients manage their feelings
b. Help clients avoid power struggles
c. Avoid manipulation
d. Diagnosis clients

True or False Questions

T w 1. Many of our clients’ problems in living are best viewed as a result of
their internalized oppression. (p. 16)

T 2. Repeated exposure to oppression, subtle or direct, may lead
vulnerable members of the oppressed group to internalize the
negative self-images projected by the external oppressor – the
“oppressor without.” (p. 10)

T 3. The Interactional Model is a model of practice which emphasizes
the interactional nature of the helping process. (p. 15)

F 4. The interactional nature of group counseling requires that the group leader guard against expression of personal feelings in order to maintain professionalism. (p. 15)

F. 5. The working relationship is different in important ways from the therapeutic alliance. (p. 15)

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