HSV 400 quiz 2

HSV 400 quiz 2

Question 1
Rhonda is a counselor at a drug and alcohol treatment center. She grew up in an alcoholic home and is not fully aware of the “unfinished business” she has with her parents. She is still angry and resents her parents for having to grow up in an alcoholic family system. It is most likely that Rhonda will:
Question 2
Ronald directs his clients toward solutions instead of encouraging them to seek alternatives for themselves. He is likely to have a strong need:
Question 3
________________ is the process whereby clients place past feelings or attitudes they had toward significant people in their lives onto their therapist.
Question 4
Termination of the therapy process:
Question 5
Which of the following therapist behaviors might be indicative of a countertransference reaction?
Question 6
Joanne finds herself wanting to solve her client’s problems which are similar to the issues her daughter is going through. Joanne gives advice and feels frustrated when her client won’t follow through on her suggestions. Her emotional reactions to her client, which involve her own projections is based on:
Question 7
When counselors become overly concerned with meeting their own needs or pushing their own personal agendas, their behavior becomes:
Question 8
Sexual or romantic feelings toward a client:

Question 10
The responsibility for addressing the assessment, remediation, and prevention of counselor impairment lies with:
Question 11
___________________and ___________________ are the hallmarks of being able to make a difference in the helping professions.
Question 12
Researchers point out that there is _________________________relationship between a practitioner’s personal life and his or her professional behavior.
Question 13
The authors state that in many ways, therapeutic encounters serve as mirrors in which therapists can see their own lives reflected. As a consequence,
Question 14
Tanya seems to meet some of her personal needs through counseling her clients. This is
Question 15
When we are unaware of our needs and personal dynamics,
Question 16
The NAADAC Code of Ethics (2008) states: “I shall not do for others what they can readily do for themselves but rather, facilitate and support the doing. Likewise, I shall not insist on doing what I perceive as good without reference to what the client perceives as good and necessary.” This statement speaks directly to the need for
Question 17
Which of the following statements is true with regard to therapists experiencing personal problems and conflicts?
Question 18
Cathy is an eating disorders specialist who has a past history of bulimia. Given her personal experiences with dysfunctional eating patterns, Cathy
Question 19
Informing students prior to entering a training program that self-exploration will be part of their training
Question 20
Some professionals believe that self-care is a ____________________________ for mental health practitioners.
Question 21
Mary is seeking abortion counseling from a practitioner who has been actively involved in the pro-life movement. The therapist has extreme discomfort with Mary’s values and doesn’t think he could maintain objectivity. It would be best if he:
Question 22
Thomas has full-blown AIDS and has decided to end his life rather than continue to suffer. The counselor he is working with does not condone rational suicide. In this case, the counselor needs to:
Question 23
Which of the following statements is most accurate?
Question 24
Therapy is value neutral is
Shania is seeking counseling to resolve her feelings about the ending of an extramarital affair. Her boyfriend who is married broke up with her and she is very angry about this. She informs her therapist that she plans to contact the wife in order to “ruin” their marriage. The therapist should

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